- A Refined, Bioavailable Form of the Supernutrient CoQ101
- Supports cellular energy production2-5
- CoQ10-H2 (Ubiquinol) is a new and exciting form of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), the supernutrient that's been making headlines for its potential to energize every cell in your body1
- Ubiquinol is more rapidly assimilated by the body and used more quickly to support energy production1
- This unique compound works to provide a supply of constant, natural bioenergy at the cellular level-which can benefit the heart, brain, lungs, muscles, gums, and more2-5
A More Bioavailable Form of CoQ10 That Supports Natural Bioenergy at the Cellular Level
The body naturally converts CoQ10 into Ubiquinol, so by supplementing with CoQ10-H2 you are providing your body a more bioavailable source of CoQ10.1
CoQ10 is an essential resource to creating natural bioenergy at the cellular level because it helps convert carbohydrates, fats, and protein into energy. Certain tissues and organs, like the heart, have high energy requirements. Since CoQ10 is a critical component to support energy production, greater CoQ10 levels will help create more energy in heart tissue to support heart health.2-4
Natural CoQ10 concentrations in the body decrease as you age, which is why it's a good idea to take Ubiquinol to support heart health and support energy production throughout your lifetime.
CoQ10 is also beneficial for those taking Statin drugs. Statins may reduce the natural production of CoQ10, but research has found that you can quickly correct any CoQ10 deficiency by taking CoQ10 supplements so that you can continue to support heart health.3
Taking a CoQ10 supplement may help support healthy aging, too. CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant and clinical research has shown a link between higher amounts of CoQ10 and increased health benefits due to its ability to support energy production so that cells stay healthy.5
Contents: 40 Softgels
- -What is Ubiquinol-- Kaneka Nutrients. 2013. Web. 24 Jan. 2014.
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- Langsjoen, PH, et al. -Treatment of statin adverse effects with supplemental Coenzyme Q10 and statin drug discontinuation.- Biofactors. 25.1-4 (2005): 147-52. Print.
- Rosenfeldt, F, et al. -Systematic review of effect of coenzyme Q10 in physical exercise, hypertension and heart failure.- Biofactors. 18.1-4 (2003): 91-100. Print.
- Morré, DM, et al. -Supplementation with CoQ10 lowers age-related (ar) NOX levels in healthy subjects.- Biofactors. 32.1-4 (2008): 221-30. Print.