Naturally Brimming Brain Power With PQQ

A recent discovery sheds new light on how our cells make energy, and how we can influence that process to slow aging, and give you more energy throughout your day. This nutrient — called pyrroloquinoline quinone, or PQQ — has the potential to become an anti-aging powerhouse, and I’m already using it with my own patients to improve daily energy levels. You see, PQQ is the first nutrient ever discovered that multiplies the number of mitochondria in your cells. Mitochondria are the “power plants” in your cells that generate all of the energy you use to get through your day. As you get older, mitochondria become weak and start to disappear. This is the first time we’ve ever had the opportunity to stimulate the growth of new power producers in your cells. And that’s big news. Still ignored by mainstream medicine, PQQ has also been shown to fight nerve damage, cancer and even nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, one of the fastest-growing epidemics of the 21st century. Now the latest research has uncovered the crucial role of this super-nutrient and antioxidant in the prevention – and even the reversal – of age-related brain conditions, like dementia, strokes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Today, I’ll show you how this new evidence will help your brain power, and your ability to think, recall, plan, and strategize as you get older. Healthy Brains Need Healthy Mitochondria As the most energy-hungry organ in your bo...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Brain Health energy mitochondria PQQ pyrroloquinoline-quinine super-nutrients Source Type: news

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