There are a number of published preclinical studies on the individual effects of nicotinamide riboside (NR), resveratrol, and pterostilbene on longevity and other relevant health outcomes. However, there are only four published human clinical studies examining the effect of NR in combination with pterostilbene. Of these, one study reported an increase in low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or more commonly known as bad cholesterol. Tru Niagen® does not contain pterostilbene nor resveratrol. In 10 human clinical studies, Niagen® was proven to be a safe and effective way to increase NAD⁺.
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- Do Independent Third Party Organizations Like Usp, Nsf, Consumerlab.com Or Labdoor Test Your Products? If So, Can You Provide Links To Any Of Their Studies?
- Would You Recommend Using Tru Niagen® With Resveratrol Or Pterostilbene?
- What Is The Difference Between Tru Niagen® And NAD⁺?
- What Is The Difference Between NAD⁺ And NADH?
- If You’ve Undergone Chemotherapy, Radiation And Other Therapies That Affect The Mitochondria, Should You Take Tru Niagen® Differently Than Other Consumers?
- What Is The Ideal Dose Of Tru Niagen®?
- Does Tru Niagen® Need To Be Refrigerated?
- Does This Product Increase Sirtuin Activity?
- How Does Tru Niagen® Work?
- What Is NAD⁺?