Live cell research Niagen 2017 Review

Why does skin age? Have you ever wondered about that? Many people worry about their skin aging and about many skin problems in general but few people actually think why it happens and what happens in the skin that produces those changes, how wrinkles or lines appear in the skin, why it becomes saggy and so on. But most people do have an idea of what can influence premature aging and how skin needs to be taken care of in order to be healthy and beautiful and so on, despite not everyone applying what they know to their lifestyles and trying to live healthily.

But regardless whether you live a healthy lifestyle or if you suffer from premature aging because of an unhealthy lifestyle, there are always things that you can do or change in order to make a positive change and improve your skin. What I always recommend doing is start with your lifestyle and try to quit smoking, drink less alcohol, exercise more, eat better and so on. Exercising actually is great for better skin because for one, it improves blood circulation and the skin needs good blood circulation and oxygen and so on.

But actually today I wanted to talk about Niagen, which is, of course, a skin care/anti-aging product that tries to make your skin look better through focusing on skin cells and making them function better and so on.

The name of the product, Niagen, actually comes from Nicotinamide Riboside, which is a chemical in the skin that is naturally produced by your body and that has an important role to play in how your skin cells work and in how the mitochondria works and in cell communication and more. It can get quite complicated but what you need to know is that as we age, many things in our body start to not function as they should, chemical processes slow down, muscles become weaker, metabolism slows down and we tend to gain weight faster and it’s harder to lose it and joints become weaker and many other things. Well, cells are affected as well, cells everywhere in the body are affected by aging and skin cells are no exception.

NAD+ production slows down and this chemical is important for skin cells and for delaying aging. Well, Nicotinamide riboside can help produce NAD+, and this is where Niagen works best because with more NAD+ comes better cell communication, better mitochondrial functionality, etc.

For more information on Niagen or should you want to purchase and use it, visit its official website on Live Cell Research.


Niagen Review – Nicotinamide Riboside NAD+

Hello, welcome and let’s begin talking about Niagen. I have gotten a few requests to do this and also, Niagen is quite aninteresting dietary supplement because it deals with aging and cellular health, energy production, that kind of thing. Aging is fascinating, I am sure many of you have asked themselves, why do we age? Scientists have asked this question for a long time and to this day we do not know the answer, not quite. However I am also sure that many of you know about the radical theory of aging and about how radicals, or oxidants, cause aging in the human body.

Radicals are unpaired electrons that damage cells, molecules, DNA, steal other electrons and cause more radicals in turn and this causes problems with the mitochondrial function, a decline in adenosine triphosphate production, cellular metabolism and communication both slow down, etc. This is related to a lot of problems such as cognitive decline, the loss of muscle strength and so on. Radicals are behind many such problems and behind aging as it seems. Niagen is interesting, some even call it revolutionary, due to the fact that it offers the potential to promote longevity and delay the effects that aging bring with it.

How does it do this? Well, looking at its ingredients we find that it has only one, 250mg of Nicotinamide Riboside. What is it? NR is a natural form of vitamin B3 or niacn found in cow’s milk, the amounts in milk are much smaller than here though. What is so special about NR? One thing, it can act as a natural precursor to NAD+ or Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. NAD+ is a coenzyme, also a metabolite that is found naturally in all living cells and used for producing energy to fuel cells and your body, to deliver or transfer electrons, it acts as a redox agent, as a neurotransmitter, antioxidant, etc.

It is very important for you, and from the moment you are born as you gradually age, the NAD+ production slows down. So it’s simple, and it’s proven, NR improves the production and provides you with more NAD+.

Especially in old people, this is very beneficial for energy, muscle strength and more. FreeCellResearch and Chroma Dex are the websites you want to check for more info. or to order. Read full Niagen Review Here!