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  • MitoQ featured in The Huffington Post

    Is the fountain of youth real?

    Featured in The Huffington Post 26/07/16

    Eternal youth is a concept that has tantalized humanity since we could first conceive the idea. Watching our family and friends, and indeed ourselves, grow old is something we all must experience, but almost all of us will have wished at some point we could slow, or even stop, the process. So why do we age, and is there anything we can do to slow it down?

    Biological aging, also called “senescence”, is a major part of the field of study known as gerontology and is defined as: “a progressive deterioration of physiological function, an intrinsic age-related process of loss of viability and increase in vulnerability”. Indeed, as we age, the risk of developing most serious diseases increases greatly, and many of these serious conditions are now classed as “aging-related diseases”. The effects of senescence are therefore by far the leading cause of death, with approximately 65% of all deaths attributed to age-related causes. In industrialized countries, this figure increases to as much as 90%.

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  • MitoQ's Interview with Late Night Health

    Greg Macpherson, CEO of MitoQ, joins Mark Alyn to talk about the mitochondria in our cells and how they have reduced ability to fend damage caused by free radicals as we age. This damage causes our mitochondria to decline in function at a rate of around 10% a decade from our early thirties. This is why we slow down as age and have less energy in general.

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    This article was originally published in MiNDFOOD September 2015 Edition. If you’re lacking energy, chances are that your mitochondria need a boost. Mitochondria are our cellular batteries – structures within cells that convert the energy from food into a form that cells can use. They power your cells to produce the energy that makes your heart beat, brain, liver and kidneys function and your muscles perform.

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  • MitoQ as seen in MiNDFOOD

    STAY YOUNGER FOR LONGER Mitochondria are our cellular batteries – structures within cells that convert the energy from food into a form cells can use. As we age, our mitochondria come under attack from free radicals from stress, illness and pollution. The earlier you try and prevent this process, the better. Giving mitochondria a boost as soon as we can and continuing this for the long-term may help slow the ageing process.

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  • MitoQ as seen in MiNDFOOD October


    Even if you have a healthy diet and exercise regime, balancing blood sugar levels can become a challenge, especially with age. Maintaining the balance is essential if you want to avoid oxidative damage to cells, organs and the vascular system; weight management issues; and a raft of other ongoing health problems.

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  • To Age or Not to Age? #MitoQ is the question

    Read Dai Manuel's fantastic blog review about his personal trial and experience with MitoQ supplement and skincare serum below

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  • MitoQ Anti-Aging Antioxidant Supplement and Moisturizing Skincare Serum Review

    Read Shelley Alexander's fantastic blog review about her personal experience and results with MitoQ supplement and Skincare Serum below!

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    CEO Greg Macpherson's insightful interview with Bellus Magazine, in their latest 'Health and Beauty' article below. Big bold claims are common in the beauty industry. But the international buzz about the science behind one new product is putting it in the spotlight, for a wide range of possible health benefits. A New Zealand skincare company’s “anti-aging serum” may prove useful in treating a host of other conditions that go far beyond the rewards of a more youthful appearance. That’s why, around the world, major research organizations have been studying MitoQ. CEO Greg Macpherson explains why the National Institute on Aging wants to evaluate a skin cream.

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  • MitoQ Announced Product Of The Year For 2015, By Truth In Aging!

    MitoQ is proud to announce MitoQ Serum and Supplements have been selected as Product of the Year for 2015, by ‘Truth In Aging’, an independent US product review site, for the second year running! Read Truth In Aging's great 'Product of the Year' article from below!

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    It is not often that a true anti-aging breakthrough occurs but, after 10 years and 50 million USD in research, we are now ready to introduce the MitoQ story on a global scale. An exciting new advance in anti-aging technology, MitoQ has again got the attention of leading scientists and researchers from around the world!

    MitoQ was selected for the USA’s National Institute of Aging’s (NIA) Interventions Testing Programme (ITP) – an internationally renowned anti-aging testing programme funded by the US Government.

    The NIA is part of the US National Institute of Health, an organization that invests over $US30 billion per annum into health research. It was set up by US Congress in 1974 to “understand the nature of aging and extend the healthy, active years of life”. In pursuit of this research, a global selection process by two expert panels of scientists invites a very small number of compounds with exceptional potential to reverse or decelerate the aging process for testing each year.

    Why do we age? Can we slow the aging process?

    Understanding the aging process is critical to our ability to understand and treat age-related diseases that currently kill or limit the quality of life of the majority of people in developed countries.

    Research is showing there are ways to slow down the aging process.
    Many theories on aging exist, and these theories are hotly debated around the world today. Amongst all this discourse, one thing has become very clear, that is, how vulnerable our metabolic processes and organs are– particularly the brain, heart and liver, to the natural decline in antioxidants and increased oxidative markers that occur naturally with age.

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