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MitoQ For Your Heart


Your heart requires huge amounts of ATP energy to pump blood - it beats 100,000 times a day and 2.92 billion times over an average lifetime.

Each heart cell has thousands of mitochondria - in some cases making up over half the volume of each cell. Why? …because your heart is one of the hardest working organs in your body and needs a constant supply of energy to contract and relax the heart, amongst other functions.


As we get older our mitochondria start to malfunction and deliver less energy to the cells that make up our cardiovascular system. If your mitochondria are not working optimally then it can have a significant effect on the energy available to your heart and your cardiovascular health.

Malfunctioning mitochondria also produce excess free radicals, which cause oxidative damage if not neutralised by antioxidants.

This puts our heart in a state of oxidative stress, which has long been implicated in the development of a number of heart function disorders and is linked to over 200 different diseases. To learn more about heart and oxidative stress, click here >>

Excess free radicals in our vascular system also react with and deplete nitric oxide - a very important molecule that our bodies use to naturally dilate our blood vessels.

The result… as we age our cardiovascular system gradually declines to the point where disease manifests.

People with heart problems also often exhibit CoQ10, L-Carnitine, D-ribose, and/ or magnesium deficiencies.


A third generation of CoQ10 called MitoQ is an important breakthrough. MitoQ is a positively charged form of CoQ10 that is attracted to negatively charged mitochondria. MitoQ is scientifically proven to reach mitochondria in levels between 800 and 1000 times more than traditional CoQ10 supplements and significantly replenishes the mitochondrial free-radical defense system. To learn more about the difference between MitoQ and CoQ10, click here >>

When we deliver high levels of antioxidants to our mitochondria they start operating like they did when we were younger delivering that all important energy to your cells and supporting your cardiovascular health.


MitoQ capsules are now available in a comprehensive, powerful formulation designed to be even more targeted to support heart health and people who have been prescribed statins. MitoQ Heart is designed to support repair of mitochondria and support ATP energy production. MitoQ Heart not only contains scientifically proven MitoQ to repair and reduce oxidative damage, but also L-Carnitine & Magnesium to help increase ATP energy production in your body. MitoQ Heart also contains Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 has been shown to support heart health via several different mechanisms. It has been shown that normal Vitamin D levels are associated with a healthy cardiovascular system.

Even on it’s own, MitoQ has been shown to support various aspects of cardiovascular health in several studies and more studies are underway to further support this evidence. With the addition of three other ingredients proven to support heart health, MitoQ Heart is a potent formulation.

Steven Sinatra, an experienced and well-known cardiologist, coined the term ‘the awesome foursome’ for heart health, which refers to the four nutrients CoQ10, LCarnitine, Magnesium & D-Ribose.

Mitochondria require each of the “awesome foursome” (CoQ10, L-Carnitine, Magnesium & D-ribose) to generate ATP. While CoQ10 and L-Carnitine are fundamental to the ATP recycling process, D-ribose is necessary for de novo ATP synthesis. Metaphorically, D-ribose helps fill the body’s gas tank while LCarnitine and CoQ10 help the body convert fuel to energy. Literally, D-ribose is a structural component of the ATP molecule, and L-Carnitine and CoQ10 help recycle ATP by transporting fatty acids across mitochondrial membranes and shuttling electrons back and forth between enzymes, respectively. Co-Q10 then acts as an antioxidant to protect mitochondrial membranes from free-radical damage. Like a spark plug central to both processes, magnesium “turns on” the enzymes that drive the entire metabolic reaction.

Depending on the individual, supplementation with any or all of the “awesome foursome” may be the key to maintaining energy and overall health. At around age forty, endogenous production of CoQ10 and L-Carnitine generally starts to decrease, explaining why people commonly associate lack of energy with “middle age.”

Vitamin D3 has also been shown to support heart health via several different mechanisms.

“It’s my No.1 supplement with definitive proven results.”

To learn more about Mary’s experience with MitoQ, click here >>

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