First of all, you might be wondering: what is holistic health? The aim of holistic health and wellbeing is to develop good health and wellbeing habits that can be applied to a person’s life as a whole. A holistic approach to health and wellbeing looks at all of the different areas of a person’s health, rather than just one specific area. Holistic wellbeing considers a person’s health on a physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual level.
At MitoQ, we believe that good health sets the foundation for a brilliant life. So, we’ve put together some cellular health inspiration from six health and fitness experts - to help you along your holistic health journey.
Gunnar Peterson – Celebrity fitness trainer & former LA Lakers director of strength
“For people who say they want to have a healthier life starting right now, I would say: focus on your nutrition, focus on your sleep, manage your stress levels, make sure you’re training and take MitoQ as an insurance policy. Why wouldn’t you do that? Everything starts from there – it's a cellular level.”
Kaytee Boyd - Integrative Nutritionist + former pro BMX, mountain, track & road cyclist
“The thing that links pretty much everybody is that we all are looking for energy. And I mean that in regard to mitochondrial energy. Mitochondria are your energy producers. If you think about them like little wee batteries in each of your cells – they are literally pumping out energy all the time. MitoQ fits into this because it’s been scientifically formulated to get into the mitochondria. Once it’s in the mitochondria, you’re putting fuel on the fire for those mitochondria to really start burning. I’m a huge fan of MitoQ, personally.”
Dr. Mark Menolascino - Internal Medicine Specialist & Integrative Physician
“I want people to learn the tools and have the skills to become healthier. The number one presenting complaint of all patients to all doctors is fatigue. Everybody’s tired. And I feel that that’s one of the areas that we can help them the most, by optimizing nutrition and adding the right type of supplementation – like MitoQ.”
Rose Wetzel - Professional obstacle course racer, competitive runner, personal trainer & mom
“I started taking MitoQ and I noticed that I was just able to run a little longer, and a little longer – and then I found myself running longer than I’d ever run before: 80 miles in a week! Most of my life, I’ve done more like 50. So, that was really cool. And then I noticed that I started doing more strength training and I was able to lift heavier than I ever had. After doing this for such a long time, that little 1%, 5%, 10% can be the difference between getting third place and becoming a world champion. I’m in my late 30s, so I appreciate that I’m able to take a supplement that helps me get to just that next level – and in a way that’s sustainable.”
Gary Hall Junior - Olympic Hall of Fame swimmer and diabetes advocate
“Behavioral change is the most difficult change to make. Lifestyle modification is extremely difficult. It’s why New Year’s resolutions don’t work. We all have good intentions – it's hard to stick with it. If there’s a nutritional supplement like MitoQ that can help you kick start that behavioral change and start incorporating more exercise – take advantage of it.”
Paul Cadman – High-performance coach, athlete & father
“I've got a number of athletes that I coach that take MitoQ. We’ve seen, with them, the real benefit as well. Anecdotally, talking to all the guys – they generally will say three things: 1. they feel great. 2. they feel they’re pushing out more power, without having to work as hard, and 3. “I can bounce back a lot quicker than I could previously.”