Rose Wetzel is a crazy kind of superwoman who juggles being a personal trainer with roles as a wife, and mother to a very young child, plus an intense schedule of events as an elite adventure racer. Her life mirrors that of many people today, who spin multiple commitments, each with their own unique demands on physical and mental endurance and resilience.
Cellular Self Care
In order for the mind and body to support such high and constant demands on their resources, sub-cellular support can be incredibly helpful to keeping things going. As you know, everything from your brain to your skin, eyes, heart, muscles, joints is made up of cells, and most of those cells get their power from the mitochondria (find more about why the mitochondria are the next big health topic here). Combining the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat and turning them into cell power, the mitochondria are an important factor of good health and resilience. However from the age of 30, as a natural part of the aging process, mitochondria function can slow down as much as 10 per cent every decade, which can result in less cell energy to power the body’s daily functions.
Unlike any other supplement on the market, New Zealand-created MitoQ is able to get inside the mitochondria and help to power them up. Created with breakthrough biotechnology developed at the University of Otago, MitoQ’s world-first hero ingredient mitoquinol is a powerful form of CoQ10 antioxidant that helps control free radicals where they’re created – in the mitochondria – helping to minimise damage to cells and therefore maintain normal function. The world’s first mitochondria-rejuvenating supplement, MitoQ has been the subject of over 400 industry-reviewed studies, and has been shown to support cellular energy, mental focus, organ function, resilience, vitality, good sleep and healthy aging. Giving you more in the tank to power all that plate-spinning these multi-taskers need to do.
Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional. MitoQ Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand.