The mitochondria are bean-shaped cell organelles that function as a cell's power stations. The number of mitochondria per cell varies. The more active the cell, the more mitochondria it contains. Energy synthesis takes place in the mitochondria. Sugars, fats and proteins are burned with oxygen, releasing energy.
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Mitochondria are found in almost all cells of the human body. Only red blood cells do not contain mitochondria. The key functions of mitochondria include ATP production through respiration and regulation of cellular metabolism. In addition to the chemical reactions necessary for ATP production, oxidative phosphorylation and the citric acid cycle, mitochondria have many other functions.
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The most important function of mitochondria is therefore to make energy. Sometimes the body may use some help with this. Coenzyme Q10 is a substance natively produced in the human liver. Q10 helps enzymes make ATP (adenosine triphosphate), a molecule in which the body stores its energy supply. In addition to Q10 supplements, you will also find supplements containing the active substance ubiquinol. Ubiquinol is a form of coenzyme Q10 and works more efficiently than regular Q10 tablets.