5-amino-1MQ is a derivative of methylquinolinium (MQ). It has high efficacy in inhibiting Nicotinamide N-methyltransferase, a compound linked to cancer, metabolic disorders, and degeneration of brain cells. It also activates SIRT1, aka the longevity gene, suggesting its essential role in anti-aging.
Among the similar compounds tested at the University of Texas, 5-amino-1MQ demonstrated the highest NNMT-inhibiting action.
Non-toxic and absorbable in the human body, 5-amino-1MQ possesses great therapeutic potential against body fat accumulation, diet-induced obesity, and type II diabetes, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases.
Other Names: amino IMQ 5 5amino 5-amino-1-methylquinolinium, 1-methylquinolin-1-ium-5-amine, SCHEMBL6403148, CHEMBL4116828, ZINC552049, STL196667, AKOS025269993, MCULE-7651642485
Total amount of active ingredient: 3000 mg
Concentration: 50 mg per capsule
Quantity: 60 capsules
Shelf Life: 36 months
What is 5-Amino-1MQ?
5-amino 1MQ was investigated by researchers from the University of Texas and they discovered that it was particularly effective for persons suffering from obesity. 5-amino may be used to address the fundamental cause of weight gain and obesity. White fat cell metabolism (fat burning) will not slow down and fat cells will not proliferate.
Benefits and Uses
Some of these advantages are the following:
- Allows your body to burn fat for energy Furthermore
- Maintains muscular mass as a result of this.
- Safe and effective for preventing and reversing obesity.
- Superior therapy option for someone with type 2 diabetes or other obesity-related problems.
- Inhibits an enzyme that regulates how your body utilizes energy, resulting in an increase in your basal metabolic rate (BMR).
- It boosts satellite cell formation and proliferation in muscle tissue, giving athletes better athletic power and contractile ability.
- Lowers cholesterol levels.
- Enhances the energy of cells
- Inflammation is reduced.
- Increases in NAD+ levels that endure a long time. NAD+ is a molecule that helps to slow down the aging process.
Additional Information on 5-Amino-1MQ
Nicotinamide N-methyltransferase is a cytosolic enzyme that is found in many cells throughout the body, but particularly in the liver and fat cells. High levels of NNMT have been linked to lower levels of the sugar transporter GLUT4 in mice studies. GLUT4, which is found largely in striated muscle (skeletal and cardiac) and fat cells, has a strong relationship to blood sugar levels and diabetes development.