Food supplement with beta-glucan and ubiquinol Q10
MitoGlucan® with ubiquinol
MitoGlucan® contains the dietary fibre beta-glucan, which consists of complexly linked glucose molecules.
Beta-glucan from baker's yeast
The yeast used for MitoGlucan® was cultivated exclusively on hops, malted barley and water (Yestimun® original).
The bioactive form
Q10 is contained in the bioactive form - ubiquinol - in MitoGlucan® and comes from Kaneka.
This product is free of:
- Milk Protein
Why is MitoGlucan® important for my body?
Properties of the ingredients
Cell metabolism is based, among other things, on the functioning of the mitochondria, in which energy is obtained from our food. Ubiquinol Q10 and beta-glucan belong to the mitotropic substances that occur in or are associated with the mitochondria and are therefore also called Mitoceuticals®.
- a component of the cell walls of yeasts, grains, fungi and bacteria
produced as a component of MitoGlucan® in Germany from baker's yeast (Yestimun® by Leiber)
a dietary fibre consisting of 1,3/1,6-linked glucose molecules that cannot be cleaved by our body
Ubiquinol Q10 is:
- a key substance in the mitochondria, the "power plants of our cells", where energy is produced
- the bioactive form of Q10
- found in high concentrations above all in the heart, nervous system, brain, muscles, liver and kidneys
The daily intake of 2 capsules contains:
- 900 mg beta-glucan
- 33,3 mg ubiquinol Q10
Beta-glucan extract from baker's yeast, vegetable capsule made from hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, stabilised ubiquinol Q10*, separating agent magnesium salts of fatty acids.
*Contains: Gum arabic, L-ascorbic acid, soya lecithin.
Free from milk protein, lactose, gluten, gelatine, flavourings, colourings and preservatives.
2 capsules daily with a meal and sufficient liquid.
Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Store at room temperature and out of the reach of small children.
Frequently asked questions
What is the source of the beta-glucan in MitoGlucan®?
The beta-glucan is extracted from baker's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) and produced in Germany.
What is beta-glucan?
The beta-glucan contained in MitoGlucan® is a dietary fibre that occurs naturally mainly in the cell wall of yeasts, grains, fungi and bacteria. Our body does not have enzymes to break down beta-glucan, but dietary fibre can be metabolised by some microorganisms in our intestinal flora.
There are various beta-glucan products on the market. What is the difference?
Depending on the source of the beta-glucan, its building blocks are linked differently, resulting in different properties. For example, the glucose subunits in yeast-derived beta-glucan are β-1,3/1,6-glycosidically linked, while the subunits of cereal beta-glucan consist of β-1,3- and β-1,4-linked glucose molecules.