Mitochondria

Mitochondria are of crucial importance as they act as the "power plants" of cells and play a central role in energy production. They convert nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which serves as the primary source of energy for cellular activities. In order to function optimally, mitochondria require various micronutrients, including B vitamins such as B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, biotin and folic acid. Antioxidant vitamins such as vitamin C and E are also important as they protect mitochondria from oxidative stress, maintaining their efficiency and integrity. A balanced diet rich in these micronutrients supports mitochondrial health and thus contributes to the well-being of the cells and the whole organism. The MITOcare micronutrients listed here support your mitochondria* with their carefully selected ingredients. All information on the exact ingredients and their effects can be found on the respective product pages.

*Vitamin C, thiamine (B1), vitamin B12, biotin (B7) and pantothenic acid (B5) contribute to normal energy metabolism. | Vitamin E, vitamin C and riboflavin help to protect the cells from oxidative stress.

Knowledge about mitochondria

You can find out more about mitochondria in our blog posts:
8 tips for healthy mitochondria and more energy
Do you lack energy? Do you feel tired no matter how much you rest? Do you feel like you want to support your energy metabolism? Or have you heard about mitochondria and would like to find out more about what mitochondria actually are and how you can strengthen them?
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Mitochondria - the power of your cells
Almost every biochemical process in our body requires energy to run. Where does our body get this energy from?
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More muscle mass through epigenetics & mitochondrial power
In this article, we'll dive deep into the science behind muscle building, including the latest findings in epigenetics and mitochondrial function.
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More energy in everyday life with PQQ and coenzyme Q10?
Have you heard of these two micronutrients that are supposed to support your body in all sorts of ways? How much can PQQ and coenzyme Q10 really do? In this article, we'll tell you about the two new micronutrients and also show you a little about the process of energy production in the mitochondria.
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IHHT - breathing for more energy?
Perhaps you have heard the term IHHT (Interval Hypoxia-Hyperoxia Therapy) before? Perhaps you've wondered whether IHHT really allows you to lie completely relaxed on the couch and do something for your energy levels at the same time? Find out more here.
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