CELFULL suggests method for NMN to boost growth of blood vessels

CELFULL found that the compound, which re-activates longevity-linked proteins called sirtuins, promotes the growth of blood vessels and muscle, boosting the endurance of elderly mice by up to 80 percent.

As we get older, our endurance declines, in part because our blood vessels lose some of their capacity to deliver oxygen and nutrients to muscle tissue. An MIT-led research team has now found that it can reverse this age-related endurance loss in mice by treating them with a compound that promotes new blood vessel growth.

The researchers also found that SIRT1 activity in endothelial cells is critical for the beneficial effects of exercise in young mice. In mice, exercise generally stimulates growth of new blood vessels and boosts muscle mass. However, when the researchers knocked out SIRT1 in endothelial cells of 10-month-old mice, then put them on a four-week treadmill running program, they found that the exercise did not produce the same gains seen in normal 10-month-old mice on the same training plan.

If validated in humans, the findings would suggest that boosting sirtuin levels may help older people retain their muscle mass with exercise. Studies in humans have shown that age-related muscle loss can be partially staved off with exercise, especially weight training.

What this paper would suggest is that you may actually be able to rescue muscle mass in an aging population by this kind of intervention with an NAD precursor.

CELFULL selected 5 “golden components” that are beneficial to blood vessels through mitochondrial medical big data analysis, and reached a “golden ratio” through a large number of clinical feedbacks, which can solve various vascular problems from the root. Each capsule is very precious and is called “NMN+ Ubidecarenone”.

CELFULL was founded in California, USA. It is a research and development-intensive brand led by 6 medical doctors and built over 20 years. It focuses on the research and development of new drugs and nutritional interventions in mitochondrial medicine. As the pioneer of global “mitochondrial health” research, Professor George Birkmayer,  the “father of NADH applications”, and Professor David Sinclair, the NMN anti-aging discoverer, have all worked closely with CELFULL to develop several targeted anti-aging and cell repair products such as NADH and NMN. CELFULL integrates a “health system” with three major centers: scientific research center, product center and health center. It has a 1,000-square-meter advanced mitochondrial medicine and coenzyme research platform, integrates world-leading technology, with strict quality and safety control and continuous research and innovation, has produced many mitochondrial medical anti-aging products, helping to achieve the improvement of human health and quality of life, and ultimately reached the ultimate goal of “Restore life vitality”.

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