NASA Secret STOPS Aging in 3 Seconds!
Remember the good ol’ days?
When you had the energy to work a full day and then spend the evening working in the yard or even playing tennis?
Now you're lucky to make it through dinner and the evening news before nodding off in your chair.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Because Welsh researchers are on the brink of a scientific breakthrough that could actually REVERSE aging and keep you feeling young well past your prime.
In fact, this hardworking compound is so powerful NASA can’t wait to get their hands on it.
And it looks like you could get access to it too, in the very near future.
It’s a powerful compound called NMN, and it’s been the focus of numerous anti-aging studies.
More recently, it’s caught the eye of NASA researchers who think it could be the key to getting astronauts to Mars.
You see, when humans enter space, they are exposed to high levels of radiation, which can speed up aging rapidly. So getting an astronaut as far as Mars requires some serious help.
And that’s just what NMN offers.
In the study, scientists from the University of New South Wales fed NMN, to mice that were old or had been exposed to radiation.
After just one week of treatment, the NMN had totally repaired DNA damage caused by radiation or aging.
In fact, it worked so well that the old mice were completely indistinguishable from young mice.
This means the NMN completely erased the damage done by aging after just seven short days.
Just imagine what it could do for your body after a month!
Experts report that NMN combats cell aging and radiation so well because it boosts NAD+, a metabolite that activates DNA repair.
Even better? Previous studies show that NMN can start combating the negative effects of aging in as little as three seconds!
This quick response can lead to healthier muscles, improved bone density, a stronger immune system, lower body weight, better blood sugar and boosted energy levels.
More energy and better health? Just imagine how NMN could boost your daily routine.
Human trials of NMN therapy are scheduled to start soon.
But you don’t have to wait for these results to add NMN into your health routine.
In the meantime, load up on veggies like broccoli, cabbage, cucumber and avocado — they all contain NMN and are tasty ways to add it to your diet.
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