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NMNH showed a potent NAD+-boosting effect in blood, efficiently increasing NAD+ levels after 1 hour and to a much higher extent than NMN (Figure 6A). Strikingly, while blood NAD+ content after NMN supplementation declined to basal levels after just 4 hours, NMNH administration sustained a 2-fold NAD+ increase for at least 20 hours following the first injection. This was also reflected in the blood samples taken 4 hours after the second IP injection, as an increase in NAD+ was only detected in NMNH-treated animals (Figure 6A).

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  • Liposomes are double-layered bubbles that protect and deliver nutrients to cells throughout the body. Liposome-encapsulated supplements offer maximized absorption with every dose by outsmarting your body’s nutrient absorption barriers.

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