Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

Grow New Mitochondria with PQQ (BioPQQ). Scientists Discover the “Other CoQ10”.

Today, scientists recognize mitochondrial dysfunction as a key biomarker of aging. The good news is that mitochondrial dysfunction can be reversed. The latest advance in the area of mitochondrial bioenergetics is the coenzyme pyrroloquinoline quinone or PQQ.
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34 thoughts on “Grow New Mitochondria with PQQ (BioPQQ). Scientists Discover the “Other CoQ10”.
  1. thank you so much.
    I have known the things about PQQ long enough to value its importance, while eating the correct food. But the idea that it was extracted from the food and produced so may be taken by people according to their wish – is excellent:)

  2. Holy Mackerel which has all the ingrdients reparing damages to Mitochondria.

    Probably the reason why Japanese in their 90's vigorously are engaged in farming/fishing activity with Childish energy and enthusiasm while they are having Saba(Mackerel Japon) lunch almost everyday.

  3. Your body normally makes about a million new mitochondria per second, so when you say pqq makes new mitochondria doesn't make sense and implies your body doesn't normally make new mitochondria.

  4. From own experience, be careful when buying these products guys..

    Lot´s of scammers on the market, do not fall for the trap of buying the cheapest you can find on Ebay, Amazon etc. For BioPQQ look for the Mitsubishi made BioPQQ, it is expensive but you know what you get, CoQ10 I could recommend the high quality Japanese made like Kaneka but not as easy when it comes to CoQ10 but just my opinion. I mean why loose money on products that do not even work just to save a few $. Also I have seen many lazy unhealthy people buying products and they see no result but complain, first of all eat healthy and train a lot that is the foundation of which you can later build on.

  5. What about the negative consequence of PQQ causing depletion of intracellular GSH (glutathione) and ALSO inhibits glutathione reductase. Why hasn't this video pointed this out? These are established scientific facts. A big warning message should be addressed to people with compromised liver function such as hepatitis or cirrhosis. For others, PQQ should always be taken with NAC to compensate for its potential depletion of GSH along with silybin phytosome. The depletion of GSH is to be expected if PQQ can really increase the number of new mitochondria in cells. More new mitochondria will produce more ATP and consequently more oxidative metabolites that will deplete GSH. NAC would be a convenient and inexpensive way to produce more GSH to compensate for the depletion.

  6. This is glorious, I've been looking for "building the mitochondrial proteome" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about – Miyason Mitochondria Masker – (just google it ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my buddy got cool results with it.

  7. Would this help with Fluroquinolone Tendonitis? I read that this type of antibiotics damage mitochondria and mitochondrial DNA in connective tissue and thus the tendonitis and other symptoms.

  8. Hello, I can't get info anywhere about the rate PQQ can help mitochondrial biogenesis. What should one expect? Restoring the mitochondria level of childhood, for example? Increase the number buy some percentage? Like 1-5% or more? Repair damaged mitochondria?
    I can't find any info like that, I have been taking PQQ since 2 months now and I don't know what to expect.

  9. I use to buy from, Life Extension for years, until one day I opened an bottle of pills and they were totally rancid. I jerked my head back so quickly I even temporarily hurt my neck~! Totally rancid~! They said they would send me some free stuff, I said, no thank you~! I'm done~!

  10. The best thing one can do to prevent or slow aging is to go to a buffet each day and eat all the different foods there. One of each food there that you can get on your plate. Including your salad and fruit after your meal etc. It's not rocket science~!~

  11. Are all the human based mitochondria DNA of the same or very similar sequence from person to person or is there a lot of variability and adaptation arising from the human context and environment it was exposed to in the human evolutionary region? Is there such a thing as assessing mitochondrial DNA to access defects so that they can be modified or transplanted with superior strains or is it intimately bound up with the human cellular DNA and fixed forever? Could be a whole new frontier in biohacking one's mitochondria.

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