Biomax® PQQ with CoQ10 is a highly bioavailable complex of the new nutrient superstar, BioPQQ®, with Microactive® CoQ10.
Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) is one of the most powerful anti-aging and cognitive nutrients and a next generation essential co-factor that induces the growth of new mitochondria in aging cells. Biomax® PQQ with CoQ10 utilises BioPQQ®, an extensively researched natural form of fermented PQQ. Biomax® PQQ with CoQ10 is a synergistic blend of PQQ with MicroActive® 24-hour sustained-release CoQ10. While CoQ10 optimizes mitochondrial function, PQQ activates genes that govern mitochondrial reproduction, protection, and repair. Together they modulate cellular signalling pathways and support optimal mitochondrial function.
Easily absorbed (300 percent better absorption than crystalline CoQ10) and highly bioavailable, Biomax® PQQ with MicroActive® CoQ10 doubles CoQ10 levels in the body after just three weeks.
Until recently, the only options for aging individuals to boost their declining mitochondrial numbers were long-term calorie restriction and exhaustive physical activity – often difficult or impractical for aging people. Now, Coyne Healthcare offers an alternative: Biomax® PQQ and MicroActive® CoQ10, a 24-hour active coenzyme Q10 supplement that promotes spontaneous production of new mitochondria.
Biomax® PQQ pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) is a novel vitamin B-like compound with powerful antioxidant properties. Also known as methoxatin, it is found in plant foods and mother’s milk and promotes mitochondrial survival, proliferation and function at a cellular level. PQQ is also an essential cofactor for a variety of enzymes that have anti-aging and neuroprotective properties.
Together, PQQ and CoQ10 work hand-in-hand to support mitochondria – the cells’ energy-producers. By protecting neurons and stimulating nerve growth, these two potent nutrients also support cognitive performance (including memory and attention) and protect cells from oxidative damage, which can lead to cognitive decline, neurodegenerative disease and cardiovascular problems