More Niagen Research Needed

Niagen is a new molecule that has been gaining attention for its potential performance-enhancing benefits. But more research is needed to determine if it can work for humans.

Niagen is a form of nicotinamide riboside (NR). Nicotinamide riboside is a precursor to NAD+. It is a complex compound that can be produced by the body. Niagen helps the body make the NAD+ it needs to maintain homeostasis and improve cellular communication.

Several studies have shown that nicotinamide riboside supplementation improves mitochondrial function and reduces inflammatory cytokines. This may help combat the effects of oxidative stress and age-related brain disorders.

Nicotinamide riboside is not related to nicotine, and there are no known side effects associated with its use. The University of Cambridge is currently conducting a study of NIAGEN to see whether it can induce mitochondrial biogenesis.

Niagen supplements are said to help with weight loss and muscle endurance. Some of the products include Tru Niagen and Elysium Basis. These supplements contain resveratrol, pterostilbene, and nicotinamide riboside.

Niagen is also marketed as an anti-aging solution. It may help improve memory and metabolism. In addition to its antioxidant properties, Niagen has been proven to increase the levels of NAD+ in the body.

The clinical trials of Niagen have been conducted on animals and humans. Human studies have used a variety of doses. Most subjects received 100 to 1000 mg of Niagen per day. Higher doses did not necessarily result in higher NAD+ levels. However, the research suggests that a single dose is safe for raising NAD+ levels.