Mon 18 Jun, 2007 08:52 pm
I've read that calorie restriction longevity benefits have something to do with genes called sirtuins. Niacinamide may have either a positive or negative involvement in the process of calorie restriction longevity involving these genes. I've read conflicting statements. Is anyone aware of niacinamide having some involvement in the calorie restriction longevity effect. Good? Bad?
My grandma just passed away at 102. She ate anything and smoked 2 packs a day. She said "do whatever you want and don't worry about it".