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Coenzyme-Q 10 (CoQ-10)


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Powerful antioxidant
Boosts immune system
Improves physical performance

Coenzyme Q 10 (CoQ10), also known as ubiquinone, is an important coenzyme that works as an antioxidant itself but can also help in the creation of other antioxidants, such as vitamin E.

CoQ10 is the only fat-soluble antioxidant that we can create internally and is naturally found in some foods, such as meat, nuts, fruits, and vegetables. The average dietary intake of CoQ10 is very low, requiring supplementation. Furthering our need for CoQ10 supplementing is that the levels of CoQ10 in our body decrease as we age. CoQ10 levels are found to be even more deficient in people with certain health conditions and in those who take various medications, especially cholesterol-lowering drugs called statins.

CoQ10 is found naturally in our mitochondria, the energy producing organelles of our cells and is essential in the production of cellular energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is an energy compound that is vital to the health of all cells, tissues and organs in the body. Our cells constantly use ATP as an energy source to conduct biological reactions including our immune system. When our immune system is being utilized to fight infections or inflammation, it naturally consumes large amounts of ATP and other valuable resources as our body works to protect us and maintain proper balance and function. Our stores of these valuable energy sources determine how well we can fight disease and maintain health. Supplementing our body with the necessary nutrients to maximize our energy reserves and immune response reduces our risks and protect us in circumstances such as the recent COVID-19 pandemic.

CoQ10 use for various conditions is as follows:

Heart conditions: CoQ10 has been shown to improve symptoms of congestive heart failure and may help reduce blood pressure.

Diabetes: Research suggests that CoQ10 may help reduce low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and total cholesterol levels in people with diabetes, lowering their risk of heart disease.

COVID-19: and other viral infections. Several viruses can cause a post-viral infection fatigue syndrome that can cause significant lack of energy. CoQ10 is being looked at as a treatment for post viral infection fatigue.

Medication Use: Research suggests that certain medications can cause reductions in CoQ10 levels and therefore can benefit from CoQ10 supplementation.

Migraines: Some research suggests that CoQ10 might decrease the frequency and duration of these types of headaches.

Physical Performance: Because CoQ10 is involved in energy production, it’s believed that this supplement might improve your physical performance.

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