Want to feel and even look younger? PQQ can help you do that by rejuvenating you at a cellular level. Inside all our cells are Mitochondria, the engines that drive them. PQQ not only helps to reactivate those Mitochondria but also acts as one of nature's most powerful antioxidants.
Our cells are gradually dying, it is a constant and unavoidable fact of life. For the most part this isn't a problem, as they are also constantly regenerating. However, as we get older this process slows as the Mitochondria (the part of the cell that provides us them with energy) may become less active.
Ordinarily, the only way to keep these Mitochondria active is with intense aerobic exercise but again, as we age, this can become more difficult. The effect of ailing Mitochondria is what we essentially understand to be the 'ageing process'.
Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) is what is known as a 'vitamin-like compound'. It is commonly found in all plants and recent studies have begun to herald it as a powerful new antioxidant and anti-ageing remedy. A small quinone molecule, PQQ is novel because it has the ability to be a 'redox agent'.
This means that it is actually capable of acting as an antioxidant and then being recycled back (by the amino acid Glutathione) into an active state. It is a self perpetuating antioxidant, capable of reuse over and over before it is finally exhausted. The benefits of this process are seemingly endless.
Because PQQ is stable for redox for at least several thousand cycles and it associates with protein structures inside the cell, it has caught the attention of scientific researchers over the world.
Now you can enjoy the amazing work of this exceptional nutrient. By simultaneously working as a redox agent and promoting the creation and activity of your mitochondria, this really could be a great way to promote energy and longevity.
Through its work as a redox agent and a key creator of cellular Mitochondria, PQQ can essentially make your cells act younger. The upshot of this is not just greater energy levels but health protection too.