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How NMN & NAD+ can possibly help to repair DNA
Inside all of our cells, we make an important molecule called nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, better known as NAD+. Our cells use NAD+ for a variety of purposes, some of the most important of which are to produce the energy that our cells need to function and to activate proteins that repair damaged DNA. As we age, the amount of this molecule declines. Scientists believe that the decline of NAD+ may cause many of the health-related problems related to aging. If we could stem this loss, the thinking goes, we might both live longer while remaining healthier.One way that we might sustain healthy levels...