Did you know mitochondria replicate themselves to suit the energy needs of the cell they belong to?
This is the process of mitochondrial biogenesis (MB) - and it’s pretty spectacular. MB was first discovered in 1967 by Professor of Medicine John Holloszy when his research showed that prolonged endurance training resulted in a two-fold increase of mitochondrial content levels. 🔬 It’s thanks to MB that certain organs in your body (like your brain🧠, heart🫀 and muscles💪) have high enough quantities of mitochondria to help them carry out their energy-intensive jobs within you.
We’re all about empowering people to do what gives them purpose, but often finding out what exactly that is can be a challenge in and of itself. While having good cell health sets you up to live life to the fullest, it’s also helpful to hear from experts in the field of living a purpose-fuelled life. 💫 For that reason, we’ve compiled our favourite Ted Talks about finding your purpose.
New research suggests that there is good preliminary evidence that ongoing MitoQ use in the normal range (10mg-20mg) is beneficial to kidney health. To date, there has been over 25 studies showing various benefits of MitoQ to kidney health.
Two capsules of MitoQ each morning helps revitalize your 37 trillion cells
Each dose contains 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 (ten quintillion) of our patented antioxidant molecule, which is bioavailable to the parts of your cells that need it most: the mitochondria (your cellular energy-makers). ⚡ When your mitochondria are working efficiently, more energy is available for your cells (and you) to utilize. 🚀
It all starts with a small daily practice - like your morning MitoQ. 😉
Cultivating the life you want isn’t about the big things you do every so often, but the small things you do consistently, every single day. That daily practice can develop into a habit, which can evolve into a ritual and eventually create a profound positive impact on your mind, body and world. 🌎
All you need to do is start small
It’s so easy to convince yourself into thinking that what you desire isn’t attainable. This is especially true when all you see from others is the shiny, finished result. What’s not so easily visible? All of the steps taken to get there. Your biggest successes are the culmination of your smallest daily habits, that amass to create a positive impact in your life and beyond. 💫