- PQQNutrient SupplementHeart HealthCognitive FunctionAnti-Aging
How It Works:
Top PQQ Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) is a compound that resembles the B vitamin family. It has antioxidant properties and is potentially a neuroprotectant (protecting neuron structures and functions). READ MORE...USED FOR: Fatigue, Pain, Inflammation, Stress, Sleep, Cognitive health, General well-being.MECHANISM: PQQ works as a redox agent, which means it has antioxidant effects and is capable of reducing oxidants in the body. PQQ can alter signalling pathways and protein function in the body. READ MORE...DOSAGE: 20-40 mg per day. READ MORE...SIDE EFFECTS: Research is limited. No serious side effects have been found.INTERACTIONS: Research is limited; no known interactions with any drugs, herbs, or supplements.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: Acetyl L-Carnitine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Resveratrol, Pterostilbene, Grape Seed Extract, Pine Bark Extract, Pycnogenol, Fisetin, Fish Oil, Krill Oil, Idebenone, N-Acetyl Cysteine, VinpocetineTop PQQ Supplements
- Promotes mitochondrial biogenesis
- Supports heart health & cognitive function
- Anti-oxidant for anti-aging benefits
You cite Green Peppers as a source, does this include green Jalopeno peppers?
Thanks for your question! I have not found any sources of information that discuss whether PQQ is present in Jalapeno peppers.
The best source of information on foods that contain PQQ is this article from Biochem: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1136652/pdf/biochemj00065-0028.pdf
According to this article, you can find PQQ in the following foods:
Fermented soybeans (natto)
Miso (bean paste)
Tofu (bean curd)