The culprit of aging is “The Decline of NAD+"

NAD + is naturally present in all human cells, acting as a critical role in vitality, regeneration and repair of cells. As we age, the NAD+ level in the body decreases significantly. Cells will eventually fail to function effectively; diseases may occur as a result.

Condition Not as Good as Before? 

“The Decline of NAD+" slows down our metabolism, makes us exhausted easily, leads to memory loss, cold intolerance, uncontrolled weight, lethargy. Our body condition will not be as good as before. Aging and age-related diseases are resulted from cell damage. NAD+ plays an important role in cell repair, the decline of it will greatly hinder skin regeneration. Worst still, damaged genes cannot be reversed, leading to unimaginable consequences.​

NAD+: Your Key to Anti-aging​

•NAD+, also known as CoenzymeⅠor Noga factor, is an innate substance in human cells. It is essential for metabolism, cell repair and maintenance of the body functions. Since 1907, five scientists have won the Nobel Prize for their researches on NAD+ or its related research 2, establishing the influence of NAD+ in the biological field.

Specially selected 99.7% pure NMN, ​ which instantly increases your NAD+ level​

•Harvard Medical School pointed out that NAD+ cannot enter body cell directly through oral supplementation. 3​,On the other hand, NMN can directly enter the cell and transform into NAD+ in just one step. ​

•Therefore, HealthGanics™selects 99.7% highly pure NMN to boost your NAD+ level. The latest research also showed that NMN can directly enter the cell through a cell-specific channel, increasing the level of NAD+ in the body within 15 minutes. 4​

•There are plenty of NR supplements in the industry. NR is the precursor of NMN, which cannot be directly converted into NAD+ either, it needs to be converted into NMN first.​

There are plenty of NR supplements in the industry. NR is the precursor of NMN, which cannot be directly converted into NAD+ either, it needs to be converted into NMN first.​

Metabolism: Your Key to Vitality

Short-term effects after consumption:

Mid-term effects after consumption:

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) conducted research on NMN as early as 2009, and showed that NMN can activate Sirtuins 1, which helps skeletal muscle synthesis and reduce muscle loss. It was planned to use NMN in space missions. 8

Genes: Your Key to Health

Nowadays, we often heard news about chronic diseases. Genetically modified food (GMO), fast food culture, reversed biological clock, life pressure, high blood glucose/ cholesterol/ blood pressure, radiation, environmental pollution, etc., increases our risks of having serious diseases. Genes control all cells activities. Just like cookies molds, genes control and guide cells to copy "healthy cookies" , which make us healthy.​

Harvard Medical School proved the relationship between NMN and DNA repair. NAD+ is the substance activates the gene repair protein (PARP1)3, which corrects the abnormal gene and avoids cell mutation. A white mouse equivalents to a 70 years old human being returned to 20 years old after taking NMN for a week7. The concentration of NAD+ in the body has been increased, and the amount of damaged DNA was significantly reduced, and their life span was extended by 15.8%. 2​

Long-term effects after consumption:​

​Maintains cellular health and resists external stimuli

Automatically repairs genes to avoid cell mutation​

Regenerates healthy cells and enjoy a wonderful life

HealthGanics™ 【NMN15000 Prime Revive】

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1. Massudi, H., et. al, (2012). PloS one, 7(7), e42357.

2. Yoshida, M., et al., (2019). Cell Metab. 2019 Aug 6;30(2):329-342.

3. Ekaterina P., (2017). Website of Harvard Medical School

4. Yoshino, J., et. al, (2011). Cell Metab. 2011 Oct 5;14(4):528–536.

5. Anthony J., et al. (2020). Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. 2021Feb; 22(2):119-141.

6. D'Onofrio, N., et. al. (2015). Biochim Biophys Acta. 2015Jul; 1852(7):1311-22

7. Ekaterina P., (2018). Website of Harvard Medical School

8. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), (2009). NASA Ground-Based Investigations, Life Sciences Data Archive.