Looking after your mitochondria, which produce the energy your cells need to function, is a smart way to support your health. Not only do these clever organelles produce the energy your body uses for day to day activities and processes, when they’re working properly, they also help protect your cells from free radical damage, which can lead to oxidative stress.
CoQ10 is an antioxidant produced within the mitochondria that helps create cellular energy and neutralize excess free radicals, helping to mitigate damage to mitochondria and cells. CoQ10 levels can decline with age, illness and lifestyle factors, however taking regular CoQ10 supplements isnt’ a great solution, because they’re too large to penetrate the mitochondrial membrane effectively. As a result, the majority get absorbed into the bloodstream, rather than inside the mitochondria (where it is needed most to benefit ongoing health).
Pictured; Nick Allen, Climber, MS Advocate & MitoQ Ambassador
MitoQ is a world-first, mitochondria-rejuvenating form of CoQ10 that can help balance CoQ10 levels and help reduce free radical damage, which in turn supports cellular health. MitoQ is an enhanced CoQ10 that has been made smaller and given a positive charge so it can be absorbed into the mitochondria, which it does up to 1,000 times more effectively than regular CoQ10.
60+ global patents for our advanced CoQ10 technology.
Over two decades of research and $60m of independent research development investment
Over 400+ published, peer-reviewed papers from the world's leading research institutions.
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