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NEUROBALANCE, PQQ(vitamin B14), Uridine, Vitamin B12 high dose capsules

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NEUROBALANCE+(vitamin B14)PQQ+Uridine+Vit.B12 high dose capsules

140 capsules (1 month pack)
Several cellular studies suggest that PQQ may increase mitochondrial number and efficiency by altering a number of proteins (increasing SIRT1, which stimulates PGC-1 Alpha production, and tricarboxylic acid phosphorylation) and reducing oxidative stress. [ r , r , r ]
Dietary supplements
  • developed to support mental performance through vitamin B5  
  • previous product title: NeuroOptima Pro
  • reduces tiredness and fatigue through vitamin B3 and B6
  • supports energy metabolism through vitamin B1
  • contains uridine monophosphate, PQQ, Ginkgo biloba and Rhodiola rosea extract
  • highest raw material quality from German production

 NEUROBALANCE, PQQ(vitamin B14), Uridine, Vitamin B12 high dose capsules

NEUROBALANCE, PQQ(vitamin B14), Uridine, Vitamin B12 high dose capsules In addition to valuable plant extracts, NeuroBalance

  also contains the B vitamins B1, B3, B5, B6 and B12. Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) contributes to the normal synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, vitamin D and some neurotransmitters and can therefore also serve to support the brain.

The recipe highlights here are the pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) and the uridine monophosphate (UMP).

The newly discovered vitamin PQQ functions as a non-covalently bound coenzyme. Many studies suggest that PQQ activates nuclear receptors needed in the production of energy in the mitochondria.

NEUROBALANCE, PQQ(vitamin B14), Uridine, Vitamin B12 high dose capsules:

 

On the other hand, the other ingredient UMP plays a crucial role. It belongs to the group of nucleotides, which are a basic building block of DNA and RNA. As such, UMP is contained in all plant and animal foods. Uridine monophosphate can cross the blood-brain barrier and thus contribute to the production of new neuronal synapses.

The rhodiola rosea contained in it belongs to the group of adaptogens; this group of substances helps the body to remain in balance during stressful phases.

The recipe is supplemented with plant extracts from ginkgo, artichoke and brown algae. Roseroot and harp herb. The amino acids L-carnitine, L-phenylalanine, L-theanine, L-tyrosine and taurine support a functional protein profile.

benefits of pqq supplement

Substances that help memory, attention, and learning are sometimes called nootropics. Studies show that PQQ raises blood flow to the cerebral cortex. This is the part of your brain that helps with attention, thinking, and memory. This supplement also may also memory problems in older people.

What does PQQ do for your body?


PQQ's exact function in humans remains somewhat undetermined, but it's renowned for its potent antioxidant effects. It's also thought to be involved in a variety of cellular processes, including protecting nerve cells against damage.

Does PQQ increase testosterone?


PQQ improves the impaired testosterone synthesis in obese mice.

Is PQQ anti-aging?


Of significance to maturing individuals is the ability of PQQ to protect the brain from traumatic injury and stroke-induced damage, in addition to its systemic anti-aging properties. PQQ is a vitamin-like compound essential for cellular energy functions.

Is PQQ better than CoQ10?


No, CoQ10 and PQQ are not the same. Rather, they support and enhance one another. They make each other better. Together they provide a greater benefit than if taken individually.

Does PQQ cause weight gain?


Weight Loss

Thanks to the effects of PQQ on energy levels, it may also be able to help you lose weight fast as well by supplying the extra energy you need to get up and get moving.

Does PQQ deplete glutathione?


PQQ induced apoptosis in human promonocytic leukemia U937 cells and this was accompanied by depletion of the major cellular antioxidant glutathione and increase in intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROS).

Is PQQ good for the liver?


Our results shows that PQQ can significantly ameliorate acute alcoholic liver injury by decreasing the hepatic marker enzymes, including serum alanine transaminase (ALT) and aspartate transaminase (AST), and increasing the levels of alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH), aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH), superoxide dismutase (SOD).

Does PQQ extend lifespan?


PQQ may also slow the overall aging process itself, and has been shown to extend lifespan by 30% in animal studies.

Will PQQ keep you awake?


Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) is a fascinating nutrient that provides calm energy, helps with sleep, is protective against every known toxin and support mitochondrial health.

Is PQQ good for the eyes?


It is also a potent antioxidant. By supporting mitochondria, PQQ promotes the health of organs that are especially vulnerable to energy deficits and oxidative stress, including the brain, eyes, and heart.

Is PQQ anti inflammatory?


PQQ was effective at suppressing cartilage-degrading enzymes and inflammatory markers in human cells and in the laboratory mouse model.

Is PQQ good for the skin?


It rejuvenates your skin cells and rebuilds healthy tissue for thicker skin, while reducing wrinkles and skin pigmentation. PQQ can be effective as anti-aging prevention not just for your brain, heart and liver, but also as a cosmetic anti-aging treatment for your skin.

Is PQQ good for kidneys?


Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) is a naturally occurring bioactive compound that protects human kidney 2 (HK-2) cells from oxidative stress-induced damage caused by high glucose concentrations.

Does PQQ lower cholesterol?


Moreover, studies revealed PQQ promoted lipid metabolism as PQQ treatment considerably reduced TG, total cholesterol, and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels in the serum lipid profile of diet-induced obese animals (Devasani and Majumdar, 2019) and hens (Qiu et al., 2021)and adipocytes.

How can I get PQQ naturally?


PQQ has been found in fruits and vegetables, such as papaya, kiwi fruit, spinach, green pepper, parsley, celery, and more. Photo: Wen Zhu. We love food, not only for the joy of eating and sharing meals, but also for the nutrients that our bodies depend on to thrive.

The previous article from NeuroBalance was NeuroOptima Pro.