This post is a companion to the David Sinclair Supplements post.

The intention is to bring together (hopefully) useful information into a single page, and speed up the analysis process.

USA Brands

      Third Party Testing Social Proof
  Quantity $/gram Test Certificate Testing Date Reviews ⭐️ Rating
Powders            
DoubleWood NMN 30 g $3.46/gram ($104 / 30g) – when using 20% off coupon code Yes – via Micro Quality Labs January 2021  386 4.6 ⭐️
Revgenetics NMN 25 g $3.68/gram ($92 / 25g) Yes – via MS Bioanalytical July 2021
PureGen NMN 15 g $4.93/gram ($74 / 15g) Yes – via unspecified lab September 2020 6 3.8 ⭐️
ProHealth NMN 15 g $3.73 ($56 / 15g) Yes – via Micro Quality Labs March 2021 592 4.4 ⭐️
Capsules            
DoubleWood NMN –  125mg caps x 60 $5.20/gram ($39 / 7.5g) – when using 20% off coupon code Yes – via Micro Quality Labs Jan 2021 1,439 4.6 ⭐️
Revgenetics NMN 500 mg caps x 60 $5.40 ($162 / 30g) Yes – via MS Bioanalytical Jan 2021
Maac10 250 mg caps x 30 $5.33/gram ($40 / 7.5g) Yes – via Micro Quality Labs July 2020 157 4.4 ⭐️

UK Brands

      Third Party Testing Social Proof
  Quantity $/gram Test Certificate Testing Date Reviews Rating ⭐️
Powders            
You & Earth NMN 15 g £3.33/gram (£50 / 15g) Yes – via Campden BRI May 2021 51  4.3⭐️
Nutriop NMN  15 g £3.33/gram (£50 / 15g) Yes –  via Micro Quality Labs March 2021  27  4.1⭐️
Pure NMN 16 g £3.43/gram (£55 / 16g) Yes – via Micro Quality Labs June 2020 16  4.3⭐️
Capsules            
Nutriop Pure-NMN 500 mg caps x 30 £4/gram (£60 / 15g) Yes – via Micro Quality Labs March 2021 38 4.0 ⭐️
vP NMN 250 mg caps x 60 £3.33/gram (£50 / 15g) Yes – via Micro Quality Labs September 2021 29 4.5 ⭐️

Products To Avoid?

Recently, a company called Chromadex did an analysis of 22 popular NMN products, checking how much NMN they actually contain.

They found that 14 of the 22 products contained less than 1% NMN in them! Pretty shocking.

I’ve written a separate post about this study, which includes the products that did well, and those that did badly.

Hopefully the above has been of use. If you’ve questions or comments, please leave them below.

Posted by John Alexander

Hi, I'm John, a researcher and writer.

With a keen interest in health and longevity.

Note: not an MD or PhD.

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Lilian
Lilian
5 months ago

Hi John, thanks so much for this information. I find it very usefull. I live in The Netherlands, so I am trying to find a European brand. I came across Uthever, they claim it is patented and pure (99,9 % NMN). Do you know anything about that brand?

Anthony Loera
Anthony Loera
Reply to  Lilian
11 hours ago

Hi Lilian, RevGenetics.eu ships Advanced NMN from Austria, the same Advanced NMN sold in the US. I hope it helps!

Ronan
Ronan
7 months ago

Great article John, curious if you’ve come across Mom Nutrix – NMN?

It is currently sold online by Amazon, and thought I’d see if you’d come across it and validated some of its claims and certifications?

https://www.amazon.com/Stabilized-Nicotinamide-Naturally-Boost-Level/dp/B094VY2KRN#customerReviews

Adrienne
Adrienne
1 year ago

Hi John,
If you go to DoubleWood now, they show a certificate link with heavy metal testing (below the product image). Just fyi 🙂

Michael
Michael
2 years ago

Thanks so much for the information on this page and other pages, John.

Ben Ballweg
Ben Ballweg
2 years ago

It seems ProHealth’s product was tested for lead, arsenic, cadmium and mercury. (See the fourth image at the top-left of this page (https://www.prohealthlongevity.com/collections/nmn/products/prohealth-nmn-pro-300-mg-per-serving-60-capsules-ph518), the lab test dated 4/23/19.) And there’s this one their return policy: https://www.prohealthlongevity.com/pages/return-policy (30 days, etc.).

Ben Ballweg
Ben Ballweg
Reply to  Ben Ballweg
2 years ago

*Please replace “this one” with “this on.” Thanks and sorry.

Teri Linkon
Teri Linkon
2 years ago

Thank you for this list. It’s so hard to choose a company. Do you know if any of these are Vegan-friendly, no gelatin?
I know Doublewood uses Gelatin.