It’s likely you aren’t familiar with the micro-nutrient PQQ (short for pyrroloquinoline quinone) as it was only recently isolated in 2003. The discovery is exciting to scientists because PQQ supports mitochondrial health and cellular energy production. This seems to be a key to healthy aging.
Studies show PQQ delivers a wide range of benefits for the brain and body:
Also known as methoxatin, the PQQ compound is found in human milk, occurs naturally in soil and in minute amounts of plant foods, especially fermented soybean (natto), green soybeans, spinach, tofu, green peppers, green tea, parsley, and kiwi. Because this micronutrient is metabolized and eliminated from the body rather quickly, PQQ supplements provide more bioavailability than naturally occurring food sources.
As small energy-producing factories, mitochondria provide our cells with 95 percent of its energy and regulates cellular metabolism. PQQ helps maintain high functioning mitochondria and improve their efficiency, but should any of these energy factories shut down, new functional factories can be generated. This so-called “mitochondrial biogenesis” or ability to increase the number of mitochondria is a unique function of PQQ.
Mitochondrial dysfunction is a crucial biomarker of aging. PQQ helps mitochondria continue to function at optimal levels which equate to living a healthy life with essential benefits:*
Even though PQQ supplements may be the best way to reap these benefits, not all supplements are created equal. That’s why Quality of Life formulates VitaPQQ®-SR with MicroPQQ®. If you’re scratching your head asking yourself what is that then you’re in luck. In a nutshell, this patented version of PQQ supplies even more significant benefit compared to the regular PQQ micronutrient. QOL’s VitaPQQ®-SR is a sustained-release formula with a micronized version of PQQ that stays in the body longer. It has demonstrated the ability to:
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