Issue

Issue:

Super Sale 2010/2011

Rejuvenate Your Cells by Growing New Mitochondria

Aged people suffer up to 95% damaged mitochondria compared to almost none in a 5-year old. To combat the horrific effects of mitochondrial insufficiency, from cancer to heart failure, it is critical to maintain youthful mitochondrial function and structure. In an unprecedented advance, a nutrient called PQQ triggers mitochondrial biogenesis—the growth of new mitochondria in aging cells!

Reports
Departments
Recent Issues
Magazine Archives

Subscribe to Life Extension Magazine®

Subscribe Now

Advertise in Life Extension Magazine®

Learn More