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Is urolithin A an alternative to NAD+ precursors like NR and NMN?Updated a month ago

While Tally Health does not sell NMN, one of Amplify’s ingredients, Urolithin A, has been shown to boost NAD+ levels and enhance mitochondrial efficiency in mice. In addition, a small in-house human study at Tally showed that Amplify significantly increased levels of NAD+ in the blood.

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