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Human cell

SCIENCE

What was the first cell on earth?

Every living thing can be traced back to the first cell on earth: a single-celled microorganism called a prokaryotic cell.

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Cells

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Does stress cause cell death?

While more research is needed, current findings suggest that stress does impact the health and function of your cells.

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Mitochondria: what are they and why are they important to my health?

Mitochondria are tiny double membrane-bound organelles found in almost every cell of all organisms except bacteria. Known as the “powerhouse of the cell” they are primarily responsible for converting the air we breathe and the food we eat into energy that our cells can use to grow, divide and function.

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How many different types of cells are there in the human body?

You’re made up of around 200 different types of cells that work together to keep your body functioning. Find out how MitoQ can support your cell health.

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Everything you need to know about mitochondria

Nearly everything you need to know about mitochondria, the powerhouse of your cells which create the energy you need for life

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Neurons

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Introducing history’s greatest cellular scientists

Take a look back in history at the scientific breakthroughs that led us here.

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Cell

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5 examples of cellular stress

Cell stress can appear in the form of low energy, brain fog and slow post-workout recovery. To find out what causes cellular stress, click the link.

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ATP

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ATP synthesis: what is ATP & how does your body make it?

ATP is a nucleotide that’s the main source of energy for the cell. ATP is made in the mitochondria where glucose and oxygen are manipulated to create ATP.

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Mitochondria

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Ubiquinol vs CoQ10: how are they different?

CoQ10 comes in many forms, with ubiquinol being the most reduced and ubiquinone being the most oxidized, contributing to CoQ10’s versatility in the body.

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