Mito ComplexTM Promotes Healthy Aging by Targeting Multi-Path Energy Production in Mitochondrial
As we age, we naturally move slower and brain processing speeds decline. Mito ComplexTM provides multi-path mix of natural products that help reverse physical and mental slowness by boosting cellular ATP energy production. Unlike the other Mito products on the market, Mito ComplexTM targets all the major pathways for ATP production to generate synergistic power and energy.
Developed by experts in the anti-aging field, Mito ComplexTM was created using AI techniques and biochemistry to select the best natural products that act on mitochondria to promote energy production. Life Code is a trusted brand with a distinguished 10 year safety record. All components have been prepared in FDA registered facilities and are tripled tested to assure the absence of chemical solvents, toxic metals, or micro-biological contaminants.
Mito ComplexTM Promotes Vitality and Energy
1. Attacks multiple root causes of aging
2. Helps protects against the brain,neural system and other organs
3. Promotes cardiovascular health
Mito Complex Supplement Facts
Active Ingredients: Mito ComplexTM Contains
1) Nicotinamide mononucleotide (Mito) is a natural derivative of Vitamin B3 that improves mitochondrial energy production by boosting NAD+ levels, which typically fall with age. Mito has been reported to improve memory, cognition, bone loss, and stress [1-8].
2) Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is an essential part of energy production in mitochondria that often declines after age. CoQ10 promotes energy along with heart, and brain health [9-13].
3) Gynostemma root is neuroprotective and helps fight stress and obesity [14-16]
4) Scutelloria baicalensis (standardized for baicalin) has been widely used as a medicinal plant in China for thousands of years. Baicalin helps with stress, mitochondrial function, and neuroprotection [17-22].
5) Silybum marianum is standardized for Silymarins, which are a complex mix of related Silibins known to promote healthy liver function. Silymarin has been shown to extend lifespan of C. elegans , protect neurons [24, 25], stress in brain , kidneys  and is reported to slow aging of blood vessel endothelial cells by increasing vascular function [28, 29].
6) Alpha-Lipoic acid is an important lipid antioxidant in mitochondria. Alpha-Lipoic acid’s effects on mitochondria are neuroprotective [30-33] and promote cardiovascular [34, 35] and immune  health.
7) Pyroloquinoline Quinone (PQQ) acts on energy metabolism and mitochondrial function. PQQ boost mitochondrial function and lowers stress [37, 38] while reducing skeletal muscle atrophy .
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10. Li G, Jack CR, Yang XF, Yang ES: Diet supplement CoQ10 delays brain atrophy in aged transgenic mice with mutations in the amyloid precursor protein: an in vivo volume MRI study. Biofactors 2008, 32:169-178.
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17. Chen C, Li X, Gao P, Tu Y, Zhao M, Li J, Zhang S, Liang H: Baicalin attenuates alzheimer-like pathological changes and memory deficits induced by amyloid beta1-42 protein. Metab Brain Dis 2015, 30:537-544.
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20. Ding XM, Pan L, Wang Y, Xu QZ: Baicalin exerts protective effects against lipopolysaccharide-induced acute lung injury by regulating the crosstalk between the CX3CL1-CX3CR1 axis and NF-kappaB pathway in CX3CL1-knockout mice. Int J Mol Med 2016, 37:703-715.
21. Dong SJ, Zhong YQ, Lu WT, Li GH, Jiang HL, Mao B: Baicalin Inhibits Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Inflammation Through Signaling NF-kappaB Pathway in HBE16 Airway Epithelial Cells. Inflammation 2015, 38:1493-1501.
22. Li S, Sun X, Xu L, Sun R, Ma Z, Deng X, Liu B, Fu Q, Qu R, Ma S: Baicalin attenuates in vivo and in vitro hyperglycemia-exacerbated ischemia/reperfusion injury by regulating mitochondrial function in a manner dependent on AMPK. Eur J Pharmacol 2017, 815:118-126.
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