Metabolism is a biochemical process in which nutrients are combined with oxygen to release the energy needed by the body to function. This is a term that describes the chemical reactions related to the maintenance of biological cells. It is divided into two categories, namely catabolism and anabolism.
- Catabolism-breaking down molecules for energy
- Anabolic-synthesis of all the compounds needed by the cell
Metabolic pathways and enzymes. The chemical reactions in the metabolic process are organized as metabolic pathways. Here, the chemical substance will be transformed into another through a series of steps. Enzymes also exist, and their role is to assist the metabolic process by promoting the reaction and acting as a catalyst for the reaction, responding to signals between cells and regulating pathways.
RMR or resting metabolic rate is a term used to indicate the number of calories your body burns to make important body functions work properly (heart rate, respiration, brain function).
An important part of metabolism
Metabolism is closely related to the following important components:
- Nutrition and energy-metabolic pathways rely on the nutrients they break down to produce energy.
- Carbohydrates-Food provides energy in three forms of carbohydrates (starch, sugar and cellulose (fiber)).
- Protein-is essential in many aspects, such as tissue building, cell structure, cell function, hemoglobin formation, providing nitrogen for DNA and RNA genetic material, and producing energy.
- Fat-a concentrated energy source, calculated by weight, its energy is twice that of carbohydrates or protein.
- Minerals and vitamins-body regulators, play an important role in the body's metabolic pathways.
NMN+: The silver bullet in metabolism
According to the research and analysis of NMN, the substance can effectively improve the aging state of normal aging mice during normal aging period (including metabolism), which can effectively improve their aging status, and has been clinically proven to have a variety of health benefit. NMN can relieve mental decline, inhibit age-related weight gain, enhance energy metabolism, improve insulin sensitivity, improve eye function and other functions without toxicity, prevent age-related gene expression changes in a tissue-specific manner, and is a kind of Effective anti-aging ingredients can be used in the human body.
In addition, it prevents age-related genetic changes in key metabolic organs, and enhances mitochondrial oxidative metabolism and mitochondrial protein imbalance in skeletal muscle.
More research has also shown that NMN acts as a form of exercise by mimicking its effects (known to effectively affect metabolism). In a 2017 study, increasing NMN had a beneficial effect on obese mouse models that exercised for nine weeks. In another 2019 study, the results were similar to previous studies, because increasing NR and NMN is an effective way to fight obesity.
It is also a precursor of NAD+, which will decline with age, so supplements are needed to maintain a good NAD+ level. These effects of NMN highlight NAD+ as an effective prevention and treatment of aging in humans.
How to maintain a good NAD+ level
NAD+ will decrease with age, but there are some simple ways to keep it at a good level. Experts recommend that you exercise regularly, fast healthily, add non-stimulating menus (milk, fish, mushrooms, yeast, green vegetables, chicken, and whole grains) and supplements to maximize your health. S-CELL also provides two health supplements, which contain the two important elements discussed in this article-NMN and NAD. Our [NMN Cell Revival] is our powerful anti-aging and joint supplement, while [NAD Revival] focuses on anti-aging and cellular energy production. You can view more on the S-CELL website immediately!