Pyrroloquinoline Quinone (PQQ) is a coenzyme of oxidoreductase, which can combine with proteins to form active enzymes and participate in many cellular metabolic processes. PQQ has a variety of biological effects and has a unique chemical structure of o-benzoquinone, which is an essential nutrient for the human body. PQQ is widely distributed in nature and also exists in various tissues of the human body. It is especially concentrated in breast milk and is an essential factor for the healthy development of infants.
What does PQQ do?
1. Improve immunity
Nowadays, people generally have low immunity, which makes them prone to diseases. PQQ can stimulate the growth of human cells, especially activate T cells and B cells, causing these cells to produce antibodies and improve the body's immunity.
2. Protect cardiovascular health
PQQ can promote blood lipid metabolism, reduce cholesterol and triacylglycerol levels, improve the elasticity of blood vessel walls, and provide sufficient energy for the myocardium. It can prevent sudden heart disease, improve angina pectoris related to myocardial ischemia, and improve symptoms such as myocardial infarction. All have a great effect.
PQQ can effectively resist the damage of free radicals, thereby preventing cell aging, inhibiting the formation of free radicals, thereby reducing the damage of free radicals to cells and delaying aging. In addition, PQQ can also promote cell metabolism, accelerate cell regeneration, and enhance cell vitality, thereby achieving anti-aging effects.
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