Another promising mitochondrial nutrient is pyrroloquinoline quinone
(PQQ), which was first found in nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria and is now known to be ubiquitous (page 141).
prevents testosterone deficiency-induced osteoporosis by stimulating osteoblastic bone formation and inhibiting osteoclastic bone resorption.
Best PQQ Featuring Bio PQQ[TM] supplies fully bioactive pyrroloquinoline quinone
(PQQ), a polyphenol with vitamin-like activity that is under analysis as a possible new essential nutrient.
Biofactors in food that enhance mitochondrial function include resveratrol, quercetin, procyanidins, catechins, hydroxytyrosol and pyrroloquinoline quinone
Editor's Note: "Pyrroloquinoline quinone
, or PQQ, is a natural oxidant reducer found in soil and many foods and enriched in human breast milk," Dr.
(PQQ) producing Escherichia coli Nissle 1917 (EcN) alleviates age associated oxidative stress and hyperlipidemia, and improves mitochondrial function in ageing rats.
Stimulation of nerve growth factor production by pyrroloquinoline quinone
and its derivatives in vitro and in vivo.
Effects of oral supplementation with pyrroloquinoline quinone
on stress, fatigue, and sleep.
is a plant growth promotion factor produced by Pseudomonas fluorescens B16.
Previously studies have shown that mice and rats fed diets lacking in pyrroloquinoline quinone
(PQQ) have reduced mitochondrial content.
(PQQ) is a novel biofactor for which a proposition can be made for physiological importance.
Kekich is a long-time Life Extension[R] member and he even touts some of our studies and products, including our research on the benefits of pyrroloquinoline quinone
(PQQ) as a great companion to CoQ10.