Coenzyme Q10 100mg
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- Natural source CoQ10 through fermentation
- Can provide increased energy and heart strength and shows some benefit in migraine prevention
- Age-defying antioxidant power
Why you'll love it
Because its ubiquitous! Yes, the name for Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinol) comes from this term meaning it’s everywhere at once. Literally, CoQ10 is found in every single cell in the human body, which tells us it might just be pretty important!
This supercharged antioxidant is very important for heart health, especially in those who have suffered from a heart attack or are on statin therapy for cholesterol management. Some studies even show an improvement in vitality, physical performance and quality of life in older adults who regularly supplement with CoQ10.
It is very difficult to obtain enough CoQ10 from our diet alone because it is destroyed by heat when cooking food, and although the body manufactures a significant amount of CoQ10 when we are young, this production declines with age. Many people middle aged and older have CoQ10 deficiency, which can be associated with an increased risk for a number of age-related diseases.
A number of different studies have looked at CoQ10 as a natural supplement for the treatment of fibromyalgia in women and have found that pain, fatigue and sleep disturbances have all been improved. Additionally, sufferers of migraine headaches have seen a remarkable reduction in the frequency and the number of days with headache related nausea of up to 50% by when taking Coenzyme Q10 which has been replicated in a number of studies.
Why this formula?
How much do I really need?
There’s no official daily recommended intake value for CoQ10, and the supplemental dose depends on the condition you are targeting. Otherwise healthy individuals with a family history of heart disease or increased risk of cardiovascular disease could benefit from a dose of 100mg daily. Migraine sufferers have seen benefit at doses of 100mg three times a day and individuals on statin therapy should take 100mg daily.
Because Coenzyme Q10 is a fat soluble molecule, it’s recommended to take it with a fat containing meal. If taking this once a day only, it’s recommended to take at night for full effect.
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Supplement FactsCOENZYME Q10 PER 1 CAPSULE
Amount Per Serving
CoEnzyme Q10 (ubiquinone)
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Rice bran oil, lecithin, yellow beeswax. Capsule shell: Glycerin (vegetable), purified water, gelatin
Recommended Use or Purpose: A powerful antioxidant that supports muscle and heart strength and slows the development of age-related diseases.
Recommended Dose (Adults): Take 1 capsule once daily.
Cautions & Warning: Those who are scheduled for surgery should stop taking this supplement two weeks before as it may interfere with blood pressure control during and after surgery.
As with any natural health product, you should consult your healthcare practitioner on the use of this product. Store product in a cool and dry place. Keep out of reach of children. If you experience an adverse event or allergic reaction, discontinue use immediately and contact a healthcare professional.