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Ubiquinol CoQ10

What is

Co-Enzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is found in all cells of the body with high levels in the heart, skeletal muscles and other tissues with high energy requirements. It is an antioxidant that helps protect cells against the effects of free radicals which may lead to oxidative damage and interfere with regular cell functions.

CoQ10 levels decrease with age and can also be depleted through intense physical exercise and by some illnesses.

The Importance of CoQ10

Enzymes play important roles in our bodies; for example, they make it possible for us to digest the food we eat and unlock the energy in nutrients. Complex reactions throughout all of nature are made possible because of these molecules. To function, enzymes need help from something called coenzymes. These natural compounds assist an enzyme in doing a certain job such as digesting carbohydrates and protein in our body, or making the energy our organs need to function.

There are many coenzymes in the human body and one of the most important is Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10. This substance is made naturally in the body and plays a critical role in the creation of cellular energy. It’s no surprise then, that lots of CoQ10 is found inside the tissue of energy-demanding organs such as the heart, brain, liver and kidneys. In fact, it exists in virtually all our cells and tissues.

CoEnzyme Q10 exists in two forms, ubiquinone and ubiquinol. Ubiquinone is converted into ubiquinol in the body. Ubiquinol’s importance in cellular energy production is well established. Ubiquinol is the reduced, active antioxidant form of CoQ10. It also plays an essential role in the cellular energy production process.

Both ubiquinone and ubiquinol are critical to the cellular ATP (energy) production cycle. Without the presence of both within the body’s cells, cellular energy cannot be generated or sustained. Download Ingredients List

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Who can take CoQ10?
Any individual on statins in particular should take CoQ10 as the medication is shown to impair CoQ10 production resulting in deficiency. This is because the biological pathway which statins block impairing cholesterol production, also impairs CoQ10 production. Furthermore. Anyone over the age of 30, particularly those looking for increased energy, should take CoQ10 as levels decline with age reaching as low as 85% when we are 30, 70% when we are 40, down to below 50% by the time we are 65.
Are there any side affects?
There are no reported side effects with CoQ10 consumption.
Can I take CoQ10 if on prescribed medications, pregnant or breast feeding?
There are no reported contraindications with CoQ10 consumption and medications, however when taking any nutritional supplement consult your doctor before use, especially if pregnant, lactating, have a known medical condition of any kind or are taking medication.
Can I take CoQ10 with Revive Active Health Supplement?
Yes, Revive Active Ubiquniol CoQ10 is a nice complement for increased energy to any Revive Active supplement.
Can I take CoQ10 with Revive Active Joint Complex?
Yes, Revive Active Ubiquniol CoQ10 is a nice complement for increased energy to any Revive Active supplement.
How much CoQ10 should I take daily?
The recommended dosage for CoQ10 is 100mg daily. This equates to one capsule of Revive Active Ubiquinol CoQ10.
Can I take CoQ10 if I am vegetarian or vegan?
No, Revive Active CoQ10 is not suitable for vegans or vegetarians. The capsule is made from a bee wax.