FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why should I take NMN instead of NR?
NR requires an additional step before it is converted into NAD+. When NR is taken into cells, it has to convert into NMN first, then subsequently NAD+. In addition, animal models show an increase in endurance only with NMN supplementation, not NR.
Why combine Resveratol with NMN?
VERSO uses pure Trans-Resveratrol, not low quality diluted plant extracts common in other supplements. Combining resveratrol with NMN allows NAD+ to work even better than when NMN is taken alone. NMN converts to NAD+, boosting NAD+ levels, and resveratrol binds to sirtuins, and upregulates their demand for NAD+.
When, and how much should I take?
Take VERSO in the morning, preferably with fat to increase the bioavailability 5-10x. Our recommended dosage is 2 capsules. However, results in animal models were dose dependent – the higher the dose, the better the result.
At VERSO, we pride ourselves on transparency. We conduct meticulous third-party testing in several phases of manufacturing for all bottles we ship out to verify potency and purity of both NMN and trans-resveratrol. Our products are produced in a GMP certified and FDA compliant facility to ensure safety. In addition, we are the only company that keeps our NAD+ boosters in cold storage, to prevent the compromise of the compounds from heat and UV exposure. Moreover, our express shipping allows you to receive our supplements intact before it has time to be harmfully exposed to such external factors.
Why is cold storage important?
NMN is not a stable molecule. When it is exposed to heat or UV, it converts to its less stable form, nicotinamide. At a certain level, nicotinamide has shown to inhibit sirtuin activation – you don’t want this because sirtuins are longevity genes that tell enzymes how to properly perform their roles to keep the body young and healthy.
Why are NAD+ levels so critical for aging?
NAD+ levels decrease with age and these levels are directly correlated with a number of age-related conditions and neurodegenerative disease. A decline in NAD+ results in a decrease in energy metabolism, weakened DNA repair, and inefficient immune activation.