Today I actually sat through an info-mercial about a product called VitaPulse that claims to be a food supplement that will help protect one's body from heart attacks. It contains the following active ingredients: NAC (N-acetyl-cysteine/glutathione), PQQ (pyrroloquine quinone), and CoQ10 (co-enzyme Q10).
Note: VitaCell 3 is the same thing as VitaPulse--same ingredients in the same amounts, for the same price.
VitaPulse is made by a company called Princeton Nutrients, which has no direct relationship to Princeton University. (Glad I found that out!) Princeton Nutrients appears to be a very new company, whose website was created in May 2015(!). I'm guessing it was created specifically for the purpose of selling VitaPulse.
VitaPulse Review on HighYa.
Foods High in Glutathioner
Recommended dose: 1200mg/day
Foods High in PQQ About PQQ from the National Institute of Health.
All plant foods, but especially:
green tea (real, not bottled)
I should theoretically be able to get PQQ from the same foods that contain glutathione.
Foods High in CoQ10
Recommended dose: 50-1200 mg/day
I should also eat avocados, olive oil, and black olives, and I should cut way down on bread and pasta. I think what I need to do for gaming from now on is to buy a bag of broccoli and cauliflower florets at HEB and then steam it at Karina's.