I’m a health care provider in the US. My wife has a neurological condition that is associated with significant fatigue. She underwent elective surgery in Jan of this year. After which my wife became much more fatigued than usual. Shortly after that she developed bronchitis which progresses to borderline pneumonia. Over the past few months she declined from walking on her own without assistive devices to a cane and then to a walker. We got to the point where we felt she wasn’t far from being in wheelchair. We heard about MitoQ and thought we’d take a chance and purchased 1 bottle.
Within 3 days of starting the MitoQ her legs felt stronger and after a total of 4 days she improved to the point where she can now walk without any assistive devices.
Anyone who knows my wife knows she is NOT someone who can be influenced by a placebo effect. She's also an RN.
"Between the 2 of us we're very skeptical of products that claim to help conditions like hers. We are both blown away with her progress and hope it continues."
In the past when I see claims such as this I'm always suspicious that the writers are "plants", trust me I am not and the MitoQ company can use my name and address if they choose.
Marvin L., USA
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