it's good to hear from you, I was getting a little worried!
As to your question I haven't started taking them yet, I'm having some difficulty recovering to my highest point, unforseen things and stubbornness have been plagueing me for 2 or 3 months now/
I'm worried about starting the PQQ before then because of the following from a link I posted (I think) earlier:
"A recent genomics paper clearly demonstrated a difference, using gene array technology, between CFS patients and controls before and after exercise (Whistler). "
somewhere I've a clearer statement about this that basicly says that mutations or maybe just damage occurs in our nDNA and mDNA when we over do it and that the extended or delayed recovery is representative of the time it takes for repairs to be effected!
I hesitate to have damaged but repairable mitochondria replicate.
understand that by repairable I mean to the highest level possible for the individual.
Hopefully I can recover more easily now that it's tooooooooo cold to do much anyway
in case I havent posted it, here is the link: