MitoQ Heart
EUR 76.45

MitoQ Heart

By: MitoQ
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  • Heart & CoQ10
  • Formula containing MitoQ®
  • Patented
  • Mitoquinol Mesylate
  • Contains Magnesium
  • Vitamin D3 & L-carnitine
  • 60 capsules
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MitoQ® Heart - Mitoquinol Mesylate

MitoQ is a revolutionary CoQ10 supplement with the patented Mitoquinol Mesylate as the main ingredient. Mitoquinol Mesylate was developed by MitoQ® based on years of research. It is a shortened and positively charged version of coenzyme Q10. In this product this substance is combined with magnesium, which promotes energy metabolism and contributes to fitness; with L-carnitine; and with vitamin D3, which plays a role in maintaining strong muscles and supports the immune system.


  • MitoQ® Heart is optimally developed according to the latest scientific developments
  • Contains the patented Mitoquinol Mesylate, a revolutionary variant of coenzyme Q10
  • Magnesium promotes energy metabolism, contributes to overall fitness and contributes to normal muscle functions
  • Vitamin D3 plays a role in maintaining strong muscles and supports the immune system
  • Magnesium and Vitamin D3 enhance bioavailability
  • MitoQ® has been conducting research on CoQ10 for the composition of its products for many years
  • MitoQ® Heart does not need to be taken during meals

Specifically for the heart

The heart is a strong muscle that contracts and relaxes on a fully continuous basis, pumping blood through the body. The cells in the heart require a lot of energy to properly perform their vital function. Besides Mitoquinol Mesylate MitoQ® Heart also contains magnesium, L-Carnitine and Vitamin D3. Magnesium is known to contribute to normal muscle function, to a normal energy-yielding metabolism and to fitness, among other benefits. Vitamin D3 also plays a role in maintaining strong muscles and likewise supports the immune system. In addition, magnesium and vitamin D3 both contribute to the bioavailability profile of this product.

What is Coenzyme Q10?

Organs and tissues that consume a lot of energy, including the heart, pancreas, liver, kidneys, immune system, nervous system and skeletal muscles, have a higher content of coenzyme Q10. The substance, however, occurs naturally in all of our body cells. Co-enzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like substance first discovered by Dr. Frederick Crane in 1957. He managed to isolate the substance from bovine heart mitochondria. The letter 'Q' in coenzyme Q10 stands for 'ubiquitous'. An appropriate name, as Q10 really is everywhere: from our hair to our toenails. Various types of organ meats, such as liver, kidneys and thymus gland, are good sources of Q10. Small amounts of this coenzyme can also be found in whole grain cereals, poultry, peanuts, tree nuts, spinach, broccoli and fatty fish.

About Mitoquinol Mesylate

MitoQ is the brand name of Mitoquinol Mesylate, the unique and acclaimed component of MitoQ® products enjoying worldwide popularity. Mitoquinol Mesylate is a shortened and positively charged version of CoQ10 developed by adding a fat-soluble (lipophilic) cation - tetraphenylphosphonium - to the molecular structure of CoQ10. This coupling of CoQ10 with a positively charged ion allows it to cross cell membranes. This special, patented technique thus combines the reduced, active form of CoQ10, called ubiquinol, with the tetraphenylphosphonium group into an optimally developed product.

The evolutionary intrigue of mitochondria

Mitochondria are an integral part of our cells, yet we can safely assume that they started as primitive bacteria. During human evolution they gradually entered into a symbiotic union with our body cells: an arrangement that still stands today. As true power plants they provide cells with energy and influence key aspects of cellular functioning. This is probably why mitochondria have been essential to the evolution and development of more complex life forms on earth. Mitochondria are therefore among the more intriguing and fascinating organelles. For example, did you know that they have two membranes as well as their own genome? And did you also know that mitochondria function on the basis of quantum mechanical principles, produce their own water (metabolic water) and even emit weak infrared light (biophotons)?

About MitoQ®

MitoQ® is a New Zealand-based company dedicated to the development and introduction of MitoQ®. MitoQ's mission and vision are aptly summed up in the following quote from the ancient Greek philosopher Herophilus: “When health is absent, wisdom and art cannot manifest, strength cannot land, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied." The secret and success of MitoQ lie in the way in which the ordinary CoQ10 enzyme has been adapted and optimally developed according to the latest scientific insights. Over a decade of research has been conducted into this third generation of CoQ10. MitoQ, or mitoquinol, was discovered by scientists while looking for substances that affect mitochondria. MitoQ is a proprietary molecule: you cannot get it anywhere other than through MitoQ® Limited. The small but very passionate team focuses on informing customers and professionals. Working from New Zealand MitoQ® is active all over the world.

More Information
Product Name
MitoQ Heart
60 capsules
User Instructions
2 capsules each morning.
Ingredients per Serving

25 µg vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 500% *, 135 mg magnesium (as magnesium aspartate) 36% *, 300 mg L-carnitine (as L-carnitine L-tartate), 10 mg MitoQ® (mitoquinol mesylate).

EU Norm
*RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance
Other Ingredients

Hypromellose, microcrystalline cellulose, silicon dioxide, purified water, modified food starch, sucrose, sodium ascorbate, medium-chain triglyceride, tocopherol.

Storage: see label. Keep out of the reach of children. Consult an expert before use in case of pregnancy, breastfeeding, illness or medication.
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