Niagen Treatment Leads to Improvements in Alzheimer’s Mouse Model, Study Reports

Niagen Treatment Leads to Improvements in Alzheimer’s Mouse Model, Study Reports
A form of vitamin B3 was found to prevent brain damage and improve memory and physical function in a new mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease, suggesting a possible new target for treatment. Mice given ChromaDex’s Niagen (nicotinamide riboside, or NR) — a unique member of the vitamin B3 family — exhibited a wide range of benefits, which

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