This is remarkable, thank you for sharing! You said you use NMN powder 4-6 times per day, do you know roughly how much do you use in g or tsp?Dslaven6908 wrote: ↑Tue Aug 27, 2019 2:58 pmI started taking the NMN sublingual powder at the end of May 2019. In July I turned 40 years old. During the first week of June our gym tested our overall strength with 5 lifts; push press, back squat, bench press, dead lift, and front squat. The first week in August 2019, the gym retested our lifts. The only change made to my routine was one serving of NMN powder under my tongue 4-6 times a day. Food, sleep, other supplements all stayed the same. At the end of 8 weeks, my overall strength in the combines 5 weight lifting tests increased by 175lbs (combined). I actually won the most overall weight increase in the gym of around 300 members tested. Besides the strength gained my energy is also increased. It is even increased even when I may not get the amount of sleep I use to get. So far I have only been taking NMN for 3 months, and I noticed results in the first 8 weeks. I plan to continue to take NMN and will keep track of my progress.
If this is the case, remember to consider taking one to two days off per week to avoid possible issues. Run it past Alive By Nature Admin and be guided by them..
Do you notice any great difference between the two? I've only been trying NMN
Hoping to introduce NAD+ into my program in conjunction with the NMN in the foreseeable future.
Looking forward to sharing with the forum the combined benefits down the track.
Appreciate any forum feedback by anyone taking both products simultaneously at the moment.
One of the principal benefits of NMN is providing the fuel necessary for mitochondria, which in turn provide energy to the cell in the form of ATP. Exercise stimulates growth of mitochondrial networks and NMN fuels that growth, much like creatine stimulates muscle growth when paired with weight training. This is called a synergistic effect or an effect greater than the sum of their individual effects. So yes, you can derive a beneficial effect from NMN while being a couch potato, but you will lose the synergistic, amplified effects you get by pairing it with exercise.
NMN - 1 gram
Methyl Folate - 1,000mcg
Methyl B12 - 5,000mcg
PQQ - 20mg
Vitamin D3 & K2 - (D3 25mcg, K2 45mcg)
Creatine Monohydrate - 800mg
NAC - 600mg
Glycine - 1,000mg
Acetyl L-Carnitine - 500mg
CoQ10 - 100mg