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For Everyone with Cells
How we got our start?
Tru Niagen is rooted in research. In 2004, Dr. Charles Brenner discovered our ingredient, Niagen (nicotinamide riboside), could increase levels of NAD+, a cellular resource as vital to life as water or oxygen. We’ve continued our research on Niagen to support healthy aging from within.
What makes our product unique?
Tru Niagen is a healthy aging supplement made and patented by the same scientists who discovered it. Unlike other NAD-boosters, we own Niagen and control its production. Our patents and clinical studies help provide safe, effective products for your health.
Why we love what we do?
Tru Niagen was created to change the way people age. We don’t just love the science, we love what the science can do for the world because we all aspire to live young.
Defend Your Cells’ Health & Boost NAD+: NAD+ is vital to cells’ normal function and resilience. Various stressors may reduce a healthy cell’s NAD+ levels by up to 80%. Support your cellular health with Niagen, the most efficient and safest way to elevate your NAD+.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Promoting cellular health can have many positive effects on your daily routine. Our customers report everything from sustained energy throughout the day to overall improvements in general well-being. Each experience is different because each person is different. Ultimately, what you feel and how long it takes will depend on what your cells need. Tru Niagen is clinically proven to elevate NAD levels by approximately 40-50% after 8 weeks.**
SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN: Tru Niagen increases your NAD levels and is backed by multiple published clinical trials, with more than one dozen registered human studies ongoing. There is even growing evidence to support it is better than NMN, Nicotinamide Mononucleotide, Nicotinamide, Niacinamide and Niacin.
SAFE TO USE: Based on Clinical Studies, Tru Niagen has no known serious negative side effects. Unlike NMN, our key ingredient Niagen was successfully notified two times as an NDI (New Dietary Ingredient) and reviewed as GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) under the United States notification programs.