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Could Alzheimer's Begin in Your Mid-40s?

…spectrum disorder, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s, and headaches—and the common threat is mitochondrial toxicity. What is mitochondrial toxicity? Your mitochondria (the “powerhouse” part of the cell that fuels it with energy) are extremely vulnerable because they have no defense against toxins. And in recent…

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Magnesium: An Unsung Hero

…magnesium is crucial to produce the high-energy bonds that drive the energy machinery of your cells. Inside cells, magnesium is most abundant in the mitochondria. All enzymatic reactions involving ATP require magnesium. Your cells need a steady supply of magnesium to maintain proper smooth muscle function…

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Coenzyme Q10: Energy on Call

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a key ingredient in my cardiovascular nutrition program and I simply would not practice cardiology without it. Often called the “miracle nutrient” or the “universal antioxidant,” CoQ10 exists in the mitochondria—or power plants—of our cells, and scavenges and…

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Why You Need Vitamin Supplements

…mark. The most important reason we all need to take supplemental nutrients is to protect and support our struggling mitochondria, the energy factories in our cells. Our mitochondria are being decimated by all of the invisible toxins in our environment, including pesticides, insecticides, EMFs, and hundreds…

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New Study Shows Heart Benefits of L-Carnitine

…the only molecule in our cells with the ability to move fatty acids into the mitochondria where it’s used for energy. Equally important, L-carnitine carries the waste generated by ATP metabolism out of the mitochondria. While you’re at it, consider adding a good probiotic supplement to your routine…

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Taking CoQ10 for Energy Can Keep You Feeling Young

…is what I’ve included in my Omega Q Plus® formula. I’ve also combined it with L-Carnitine—an amino acid that delivers fatty acids to the mitochondria in the heart cells where energy is produced. Now it’s your turn: Do you take CoQ10 for energy? You May Also Be Interested In * CoQ10 and DHA-…

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CoQ10 Supplement: Energy on Call

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) supplement is a key ingredient in my core nutritional program for reducing heart risk factors. I simply would not practice cardiology without it. Often called the “miracle nutrient” or the “universal antioxidant,” CoQ10 exists in the mitochondria—or power plants—of…

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How To Beat Poor Blood Circulation

…help improve poor blood circulation, as well as blood pressure levels. Like other forms of carnitine, GPLC gets quickly into the muscle cells’ mitochondria (the part of the cell where energy is produced). There it acts as a ferry, ushering in the fatty acids that are burned as fuel, and escorting out…

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