MitoQ Proprietary Antioxidant Selected For Study By National Institute of Aging’s Interventions Testing Program

MitoQ Proprietary Antioxidant Selected For Study By National Institute of Aging’s Interventions Testing Program
MitoQ, the world's first antioxidant formula demonstrating ability to penetrate mitochondria in order to deliver antioxidants in meaningful levels, has been selected for the USA's National Institute of Aging's (NIA) Interventions Testing Program (ITP) -- an internationally recognized anti-aging testing program funded by the US Government -- reports Randy Strong PhD, a Professor of Pharmacology, Director of the NIA Aging Interventions Testing Center, and Director of the Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Biology of Aging Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Dr. Strong is an NIA spokesperson and principal investigator for the ITP Research Program. According to the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, mitochondria (singular mitochondrion) are tiny subunits present inside every cell of the human body except red blood cells, from the skin to the deep internal organs, and particularly concentrated in organs that require the most energy, like the brain, heart, and liver. Mitochondria's main role transforming food and oxygen that enter the cells into useful energy, with almost all of the energy the body needs for daily life and growth and they are responsible for creating more than 90 percent of the energy needed by the body to sustain life and support. The term mitochondrion derives from the Greek mitos ("thread"), and chondrion ("granule" or "grain-like"). More technically, mitochondria are double membrane-bound organelles -- specialized sub
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