David Sinclair, tenured professor at Harvard Medical School
NMN The Globally Sought-After Anti-Aging Solution
In 2013, David Sinclair, a lifelong professor at Harvard Medical School, published shocking research on NMN that stunned the world. After mice were given NMN twice a week, they showed significant rejuvenation effects, equivalent to a human 60-year-old mouse returning to a 20-year-old state after supplementing with NMN for a week, and extended their lifespan by 30%; their running distance increased by 2 times.
NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) is a precursor of NAD+, and in recent years, it has been a hot topic around the world. It was first proven in experiments by Professor David Sinclair, a world-renowned anti-aging expert at Harvard Medical School, and his team that when elderly mice ingested NMN and converted it to NAD+, it successfully repaired the cells in their bodies, reversing the physiological age of two-year-old mice to six months in just seven days. Applied to humans, this would be equivalent to a 60-year-old person returning to their 20s and reversing aging by 40 years.