There has been much research into the possible health benefits of Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 as it is commonly known, with clinical trials into its nutritive value for a number of health problems. This is in addition to research into the use of CoQ10 in the prevention of mitochondrial morbidity, (i.e. supporting mitochondrial health) which is strongly linked to neural and brain cell ageing and age-related cognitive decline.
What can it do?
The potential benefits associated with elevated levels of CoQ10 (ubiquinone) should not be surprising as it is a ubiquitous component of all our cells, sometimes referred to as ‘the energy factory of our cells’. CoQ10 can be seen as an essential biochemical agent which plays an integral role in the production of ATP, the energy source for all body processes. There is strong evidence pointing towards the benefits of CoQ10 in cardiovascular health and many other areas. It is also a potent antioxidant.
Research indicates that statins may interfere with the production of CoQ10 In the cells.
How to take it
The problem with CoQ10 supplementation is often the very poor bio-availability caused by poor absorption in the gut because the CoQ10 molecule is very large and highly lipophilic, making it difficult to emulsify and incorporate into micelles (hard to absorb efficiently) It is the way a product absorbs into the system (bio-availability) that is such an important factor
However, technology has been developed whereby the CoQ10 is emulsified and micellised (made microscopically small) This means that the CoQ10 can be easily and efficiently absorbed into the body. This unique process has been developed by a Research Centre renowned for their excellence and innovation.
BioLife CoQ10 is:
– Micellised for enhanced absorption.
– Chewable tablets for easy consumption.
– Sugar free, sweetened with Xylitol.
– Wheat, Gluten Dairy and Yeast free.
– Suitable for both vegetarians and vegans.
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