Having Trouble Keeping Your Energy Up? This May Help
In the everyday hustle and bustle of life, you may find it difficult to keep up your energy levels, especially as you get a little older. Appearing on KUSI TV San Diego with anchor Matt Prichard, neurosurgeon and wellness expert Joseph Maroon, MD, FACS explains how ProHealth Longevity NMN may enhance energy at the cellular level.
To keep up with your health and wellness, the octogenarian and triathlete tells viewers to focus on these key components. “We know the four basics of health and disease are a good diet, exercise, avoiding environmental toxins – alcohol, smoking, etc. – and also controlling stress.”
As you age, you may find that you aren’t feeling as energized. Your mitochondria, which convert oxygen and glucose into energy, may be at least partly to blame. “As we age, the mitochondria become more deficient. They don’t make the energy like they used to,” says Maroon.
To combat this inevitable decline in mitochondrial function, Maroon suggests enhancing cellular energy levels with ProHealth Longevity’s NMN. “Part of the dietary regimen is using new enhancing agents. One in particular … is a compound called NMN, nicotinamide mononucleotide. It basically enhances the facilitation of our cells to make energy.”
Maroon cautions viewers to be careful when looking for NMN supplements as many products marketing this ingredient don’t actually contain what they say they do. He uses ProHealth Longevity because it is, “a very pure product that is recommended by many practitioners and physicians.”
As Maroon notes in this interview, NMN has been made popular by a Harvard University researcher. It is gaining popularity because increased cellular energy typically translates into less fatigue and more endurance. Just choose carefully. ProHealth Longevity NMN has been evaluated for its purity and safety.