Who owns BioIntelliSense?
Founder + CEO. Dr. Mault has more than 35 years of experience in senior executive positions in the health IT and medical device industry as well as clinical medicine.
What is bio button?
The BioButton is a coin-sized, disposable medical device that measures continuous temperature and other vital signs for a remarkable 90-days.
When was BioIntelliSense founded?
BioIntelliSense was founded in 2018.
Is BioButton FDA approved?
Though not cleared by the FDA, the BioButton is listed as a medical-grade device available both over the counter and via prescription for people aged 18 and up.
How do you make a bio button?
In order to access BIOS on a Windows PC, you must press your BIOS key set by your manufacturer which could be F10, F2, F12, F1, or DEL. If your PC goes through its power on self-test startup too quickly, you can also enter BIOS through Windows 10’s advanced start menu recovery settings.
What device does Sinclair wear?
BioIntelliSense has announced the next version of its BioButton health monitor. This is a coin sized device that is the wearable of choice of David Sinclair. If you’ve never heard of him, David Sinclair is a professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School.
Should you take NMN and resveratrol together?
Studies have shown that resveratrol can reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and neurodegeneration. David Sinclair believes that resveratrol works synergistically with NMN. Resveratrol is needed to activate the sirtuin genes (which protect our DNA and epigenome), while NMN is needed to fuel the sirtuins.
What brand of supplements does David Sinclair use?
It’s interesting to know that David Sinclair takes NMN and not NR (another much touted “longevity” supplement).
What brand of NMN does Dr Sinclair take?
He is best known for his work on understanding why we age and how to slow its effects. Although Sinclair never recommends a particular NNM company, he does recommend GMP NMN.
Which is better NAD or NMN?
It’s better to take NMN, which is a direct precursor to NAD+. Secondly, nicotinamide could actually inhibit sirtuins, the important enzymes that help to protect the DNA and the epigenome. This is because NAD+ is converted into NAM in order to “activate” the sirtuins.
What supplements does Sinclair recommend?
The Anti-Aging Supplements David Sinclair Takes
- Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN): 1g per day, in the morning.
- Resveratrol: 1g per day, in the morning.
- Metformin: 800 mg, in the evening.
- Vitamin D3: ideally 4000 to 5000 IU per day.
- Vitamin K2: ideally 180 to 360 microgram per day.
- Low-dose aspirin: 83 mg per day.