Nicotinamide supplement in aging mice shows some health improvements, but not increased longevity

The supplement nicotinamide (NAM) protected the liver function, glucose metabolism and overall health of aging mice, but did not increase longevity, in a study designed to mimic recent human trends in obesity, poor diet and related metabolic disorders.

https://www.nia.nih.gov/news/nicotinamide-supplement-aging-mice-shows-some-health-improvements-not-increased-longevity?utm_source=20180430_news&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ealert

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