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Tiny organs inside your cells — mitochondria — work hard every day, turning the food you consume into energy. But with age, the number of mitochondria naturally declines.[1] A molecule found in your body called pyrroloquinoline quinone, or PQQ for short, has many benefits for your health, most notably boosting the production of mitochondria. Referred to as an all-natural "fountain of youth," PQQ's ability to power up your mitochondria does a lot for your health and longevity. When you have more mitochondria, it impacts your energy level, metabolism, and resilience […]

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If you're pregnant and exhausted, you're not alone. Research shows that 90 percent of women experience pregnancy fatigue, particularly in the first trimester, though it often returns in the third trimester.[1] Some women experience it in all three! While most parents expect they will feel tired once the baby arrives, the intense and persistent fatigue many women experience during pregnancy can come as a surprise. Although it can feel frustrating and, at times, debilitating, pregnancy fatigue is a good sign. It indicates that your body is producing the hormones needed […]

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We all feel tired, even exhausted, some of the time. But for some people, the exhaustion never lets up, and it comes along with physical discomfort, sleep issues, and trouble with memory and concentration. Anywhere from about 800,000 to 2.5 million Americans may have myalgic encephalomyelitis — more commonly called chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).[1] Medical experts once told people these symptoms were “all in their head" — but they have come to accept that the suffering is real. As one patient put it, having ME/CFS feels “like permanently having the […]

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A cup of joe is a key part of many people's morning routine. Coffee isn't just aromatic and delicious — it promotes alertness and focus, suppresses appetite, and even aids with digestion.[1] Coffee acts as a stimulant, which means that it can increase your blood pressure and heart rate; it also gives some people headaches. And while it helps digestion in some people, it can cause stomach pain and indigestion in others, especially people who drink several cups a day. Maybe your healthcare provider recommended that you reduce your coffee […]

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Perhaps you woke up this morning with a spring in your step, helped along by a cup or two of coffee. But now, in front of your computer screen, the caffeine has worn off and your eyelids feel heavy. Figuring out how to stay awake at work is the million-dollar question — more pressing than any item on your work to-do list. You're not alone: More than one-third of Americans report feeling so tired during the day that it interferes with their work, among other things.[1] A calm, quiet office […]

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