Nicotinamide riboside – the key ingredient in the supplement Tru Niagen – has become a very popular way to raise NAD+ levels in an attempt to slow the and age associated cellular decline. But does it really work? Is it a scam and just overpriced niacin? In this video review you will see the results of human clinical trials. This video will share the results of not only the human investigations but also the dosages of nicotinamide riboside used. You can compare this to what you are using.
Tru Niagen: The Human Research
Watch on my YouTube Channel if you prefer
Part 2 Video
I found a few more human studies after posting the first video.
Other Videos About NAD+ Supplements
- Can Niacin raise NAD+ levels? Here's the podcast episode too
- 11 Ways to Raise NAD+ Levels
- Do NAD+ Supplements Really Work?
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- Podcast: Human Research on nicotinamide riboside