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By Barry Golden
Neuroscientists at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine teamed up with researchers at the National Institute on Aging to identify core mechanisms that contribute to Alzheimer’s disease development.
Their findings, just published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, show that supplementation with the NAD+ precursor nicotinamide riboside improved cognitive function in a mouse model closely resembling Alzheimer’s.1
Nicotinamide riboside achieved these impressive results by restoring brain plasticity. This is how neurons learn and store memory.1
The mechanisms revealed by this study break new ground in understanding relationships between cell energy utilization and DNA repair mechanisms.
Boosting NAD+ was shown to beneficially alter some of the pathological processes that contribute to brain-cell death in Alzheimer’s disease.
The new data demonstrate how an oral supplement proven to increase NAD+ can protect brain structure and function against the scourges of Alzheimer’s.
Someone striving to enjoy the later years of life by being healthy, happy and wise.
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