How to stop the loss of life energy? What is bioenergetic aging?

What is bioenergetic aging?


One of the most common questions that comes with age is how to stop the loss of life energy.

It is already well known that coenzyme Q10 plays a significant role in triggering energy at the cellular level. It also has a strong effect on slowing down the aging process, including:

-reduction of blood pressure
-raising the overall metabolism
-protects sensitive eye tissue with antioxidants
-protects nerves from free radicals
-reduces skin aging and prevents wrinkles

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Coenzyme Q10 “keeps” dormant mitochondria awake, ie. cellular organelles that play a role in the production of energy required for metabolic processes in cells.

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However, there is another nutrient that does the same and further enhances the anti-aging effect, which has Q10.

It is the so-called PQQ – Pyrroloquinoline quinine which is not yet classified as a vitamin but is closest to the group of B vitamins.

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Modern research shows that PQQ has a beneficial effect on mental functions, strengthens the immune system, heart and nervous system, acting at the cellular level. This is especially important given that our energy and vitality decline with age.

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PQQ is a major driver of new mitochondrial formation.

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At a young age, our cells contain a lot of healthy mitochondria, so that their number decreases over time. In later years, their functionality is only 5%. This is the so-called bioenergetic aging.

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And not only that! Q10 triggers mitochondria to work, and PQQ encourages the creation of a generation of new mitochondria. And it is the right way to slow down the aging process.

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PQQ, for two reasons, looks like a “dream” nutrient because it stimulates the mental functions and physical condition of the body extremely well and slows down aging.

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Both Q10 and PQQ are powerful antioxidants, whose positive effects help our body to trigger the energy so necessary for cell function.

Both nutrients can be found in green tea, kiwi, green pepper, spinach, carrots, cabbage, cabbage and fermented soy products.

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Biotin supports liver enzymes, helping to convert glucose into glycogen so that the body itself releases excess blood sugar and restores normal levels. In this way, the body protects telomeres from the negative effects of insulin.

Telomeres are fine-grained nucleoprotein structures at the ends of chromosomes, essential for genome stability. They are like a biological clock. Each time a cell divides, telomeres shorten, beating the cell duration.

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Chronically high blood sugar shortens telomeres, so any excessive intake of sugar is fatal for the body as a whole, which means an accelerated aging process.

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The visible consequences of low biotin levels, such as dry hair and brittle nails, are nothing compared to the invisible consequences, which are diseases of the heart, blood vessels and weakening of bone mass.

Our ancestors found rich sources of biotin by preparing animal livers and kidneys. Unfortunately, we do not have such healthy sources, but salmon and eggs, for example, are very good, as are avocados, cauliflower or chicken liver from organically grown varieties.

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Knowing that the intestinal wall has a large share in the immune protection of the organism, that the beginning of many diseases is right there and that the so-called good bacteria in the intestinal flora stimulate the production of biotin, it is very important to maintain their function in a physiological framework through an appropriate diet.


Author of the text: dr med. Dobrinka Arbanovski, internist and specialist in quantum medicine, Holitimed

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