How to take nmn? If you’re looking to take nmn, it’s important that you know the best way to do so. The form you take has a major impact on its efficacy, safety, and side effects. Conventional NMN powders are the most common, but they have low absorption rates due to stomach acid breaking down unprotected NR and NMN into nicotinamide (NAM) before it can reach vital tissues. High doses to counteract this low absorption can cause an over-supply of NAM, which inhibits sirtuins – the proteins that are responsible for longevity and cell health.
What is NMN made of?
This is why we recommend using a sublingual NMN supplement that’s protected from stomach acid. This allows NMN to bypass stomach acid and pass directly into your bloodstream, allowing you to experience the full benefits of optimized NAD+ levels.
NMN has been shown to increase NAD+ in the brain and muscles, improve mitochondrial function, protect against oxidative stress, and slow aging. It also enhances vascular function, helps your heart recover from cardio exercise, and promotes healthy glucose and insulin levels.
NMN can be taken orally in pill or powder form, but the best way to get the most benefit from it is by taking it sublingually (under the tongue). This ensures that it’s absorbed across the mucous membranes and passed directly into the bloodstream, without being metabolized by your liver or gut. Our sublingual NMN is the most bioavailable on the market, and our customers report that it provides significant energy improvements, mental clarity, improved sleep quality, and increased endurance. We suggest pairing it with NOVOS Core, a blend of 12 ingredients that targets all the hallmarks of aging, to maximize your benefits.