Why is it important to continuously take MitoQ?
With optimized cells, you can enjoy an optimized healthspan – but you need to keep your cells topped up for this to remain consistent.
While we’re extremely proud of our pioneering cell health technology, we’ll be the first to tell you that it’s not a one-and-done cell health solution. It’s something that your cells need a daily dose of – especially when age and/or cell stressors really start to kick in. Everything and everyone starts inside a cell: you, your loved ones and the energy that you all rely on to get the most out of life. Through the daily action of taking MitoQ, you begin a positive ripple effect that influences your cells, your energy, your overall health and – ultimately – your quality of life.
To help keep cell stress at bay, you need to keep the antioxidants within your cells topped up. That’s why it can take around 3 months for some people to experience MitoQ’s benefits - and that’s why it’s important to make it an ongoing health investment.
How long can I take MitoQ for?
Think of MitoQ as a life partner for your cells: it looks after them so they can look after you. To maintain this momentum, we encourage you to take 10mg of MitoQ daily for as long as you can. Your health and longevity are directly related to the health of your cells. For this reason, it’s important to look after them on a day-to-day basis. Cell stress builds up as you age and can affect you mentally, emotionally and physically. By combating cell stress – the MitoQ molecule helps you to enjoy a better aging experience. The more you take care of the building blocks of your life, the more they’ll be able to take care of you.
What are the benefits of taking MitoQ?
All health begins in your cells – and MitoQ is scientifically proven to support the health of your cells by combating cell stress. Cell stress is an occurrence that ultimately damages the building blocks that form you. So, by taking MitoQ, you’re supporting the energy and foundations that your body is built on – which helps to add more life to your years! There are over 600+ research papers diving into the huge variety of MitoQ’s potential benefits. While there are some that we are unable to talk about, some standout findings from clinical trials are:
- MitoQ fights oxidative stress (a leading cause of cell stress)
- MitoQ supports cardiovascular health
- MitoQ improves cycling performance
- MitoQ mitigates damage caused by high-intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE) to mitochondrial DNA
- MitoQ improves leg extension power in healthy older adults
How long will it take for me to notice MitoQ’s benefits?
In clinical trials, MitoQ has been shown to make a positive difference in people’s health within 3-4 weeks. However, every individual experiences MitoQ differently. Depending on a range of factors, you may notice a slight shift from MitoQ in a few days or it may take a few months, depending on the levels of cell stress in your body. Some people don’t realize how much of a difference MitoQ makes in their day-to-day lives until they take a break and feel the difference. Others notice a shift from the moment MitoQ is absorbed into their cells. If you’d like to track your MitoQ experience, you can download and print our MitoQ Wellness Tracker.
When should I take MitoQ?
Food inhibits MitoQ’s absorption, so we recommend taking it on an empty stomach. First thing in the morning is best. However, the main thing is that you take it at least two hours after food or at least 30 minutes before your next meal. Some people do experience a subtle energy boost when they take MitoQ, so we generally recommend avoiding taking MitoQ before bed.
The main takeaways
To support your cell health now and beyond, we encourage you to incorporate MitoQ into your lifestyle on an ongoing basis. With optimized cells, you can enjoy an optimized healthspan – but you need to keep your cells topped up for this to remain consistent. If you have any questions or doubts, please get in touch with our customer service team or read the resources below.
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