ABC News reports on a men’s secret anti-aging tip growing in popularity

 

Traditionally, men have paid less attention to aging than women, but that’s changing. Men are starting to take action to help their bodies be better, for longer. Arizona ABC15 Morning News recently welcomed best-selling author and nationally known nutrition researcher Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS, to discuss the anti-aging strategies men are using, including an ingredient called NR which does its work at the cellular level.

Bowden said it’s about what’s going on under the hood, which is cellular aging. “We think about aging in terms of what we can put on our face, what’s going to cosmetically make us look a little bit better, which is important, we’re vain.  I live in L.A., I get it.”

But these days, men are also discovering one anti-aging tip that may affect the process from within their bodies. As Bowden explained it in this news broadcast, aging starts at the cellular level. “Cells kind of have an expiration date, like a quart of milk …” This “expiration date” is caused by the cells losing their source of energy.

Research shows there are ways to recharge cells, supporting your muscle mass and energy. “There is a form of vitamin B3 that’s little known but getting an enormous amount of research attention. All I want people to do is go to this website … there’s nothing for sale. It’s aboutnr.com,” recommended Bowden. “The form of B3 is NR, which stands for nicotinamide riboside. It turbo-charges the energy sources for that cell from the inside. Go to aboutnr.com and find out about this because this is going to turn the whole anti-aging community on its side.”

With good reason! Energy may be depleted as part of the normal aging process. NR is being studied by scientists for its ability to work at the cellular level to:

  • Activate anti-aging mechanisms*
  • Enhance energy metabolism*
  • Protect against oxidative stress*

Men, learning about NR could be the most significant step you take in your anti-aging regimen.

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Jonny Bowden is a member of Media Relations Inc.’s panel of highly respected third-party experts. He is compensated to express his own professional opinions, through the media, about certain products.

 

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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