Origin: May be derived from natto (fermented soybeans) as well as from Parsley, papaya, green peppers, and oolong and green tea.
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Overview: Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ), also called methoxatin, is a redox cofactor. It is found in soil and foods such as kiwifruit, as well as human breast milk. Enzymes containing PQQ are called quinoproteins.
It is a vitamin-like compound that provides a wide range of benefits for the brain and the body. IT combatrs mitochondrial dysfunction and protects neurons from oxidative damage, It also supports energy metabolism and healthy aging.
- Supporting optimal mitochondrial function
- Supporting nerve growth factors
- Preventing oxidative stress
- Improving sleep
- Enhancing memory
Common Dosage: 0.3 mg per kg of body weight daily