This section contains articles written about the products we sell; in particular, NMN and Resveratrol. Articles provide information and answer questions that are often asked about the most promising new supplements out there.

These days, the health and wellness market is moving fast. More and more scientific studies are supporting the use of our flagship products, and consumers are tuning in to the validity of nutritional compounds like NMN and Resveratrol.

What separates us from the rest of the pack is quality. We may not be the cheapest, but our NMN is produced using a fully enzymatic process which yields the best quality affordable NMN on the market; it's also made by the same company that supplied David Sinclair's Harvard research team. Our resveratrol is made in Europe and is produced by fermentation, so it doesn't contain the carcinogens that can be produced during traditional Chinese manufacturing techniques using knotweed.

We hope you enjoy the articles in this section; we'd love to hear your comments. In the meantime, here's an overview of some of our products.

Why NMN and Resveratrol may be Beneficial


NMN raises NAD+ levels, which supports mitochondrial efficiency - the molecular engines that run our cells and sustain energy production. This gives us the energy that is crucial for maintaining vitality.


Resveratrol has reached the human clinical trial stage and has been shown to activate sirtuins. So it has synthetic sirtuin-activating compounds. NMN has also been shown to activate sirtuins in rodent studies. Since sirtuins need NAD+ to work and are desirable for supporting good health and DNA repair, it's great to have an NMN supplement to raise NAD+ levels.

The human body contains NMN. So you can argue it's natural. However, it's now possible to make pharmacological quantities of NMN in high-quality research facilities or in GMP-certified laboratories like those in the vitamins and supplements industries. The potent antioxidant properties of resveratrol are well recognized, as is its ability to activate enzymes called sirtuins, which are thought to be very much like NAD+ in their function. Resveratrol's recognition as an antioxidant and sirtuin activator has earned it a super reputation as a fighter of inflammation and chronic diseases (such as cancer and type 2 diabetes) and, not at all surprisingly it is also a promoter of longevity and health, as well as heart health.