NAD Boosters (NAD+/NADH, Nicotinamide Riboside, and NMN)
A preliminary clinical study suggested that taking nicotinamide riboside reduced blood markers of Alzheimer’s disease. For details, see the What It Does section of our NAD Boosters Review, which includes our Top Pick among nicotinamide riboside supplements.
Also see: Do any supplements, foods or lifestyle modifications help with brain function, like memory and cognition?
The NAD booster, nicotinamide riboside, might promote growth of existing cancers. Is there similar risk with niacin and niacinamide (nicotinamide)? Find out what evidence suggests in the Concerns and Cautions section of our NAD Booster Supplements Review.
Also, see our Top Pick among niacin supplements in our B Vitamin Supplements Review.
The FDA recently took the position that NMN, an NAD booster, cannot be sold as a dietary supplement. For details, see the NAD Boosters Review.
The NAD booster, nicotinamide riboside, increased the spread of certain aggressive cancers in a recent laboratory study, adding to existing concerns. Get the details in the Concerns and Cautions section of our NAD Booster Supplements Review.
Also, see our CL Answer about vitamins and cancer risk.
We recently tested and Approved a nicotinamide riboside supplement that provides the most-studied form of nicotinamide riboside and is our new Top Pick for nicotinamide riboside in our NAD Booster Review.
Can nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) improve sleep and reduce daytime drowsiness? See what a new study found in the What It Does section of our NAD Booster Supplements Review. Also see our Top Picks among products, including NMN, NAD+/NADH, and nicotinamide riboside.
See our answer to the question: Which supplements can help me sleep and which cause insomnia?