Good for you! You’re getting in touch with your body while taking steps towards wellness. Now you’re eating lots of fruits and vegetables and hitting the gym. Yet something’s missing. Is it CoEnzyme Q10?
This Thing Called “Aging”
Your body manufactures CoQ10 naturally when all things are working right. However, this thing called “aging” tends to slow down our own production of ATP and that means our energy levels lag. If you’re seeing the decades fly by, you might need additional CoEnzyme Q10.
Ubiquinone Ubiquinol →Ubiquinol Ubiquinone
CoQ10 is like a vitamin, but not. Hiding away in the mitochondria of your cells, a big deal is going down. The body is converting the two forms of CoQ into one another alternately: ubiquinone into ubiquinol, ubiquinol into ubiquinone, and rinse, repeat, again and again. Your energy production depends on having enough CoQ10 which is found naturally in meat and fish. Increasing your veggie intake is a good thing; dropping your CoQ10 intake isn’t.
Some people cannot make the conversion from ubiquinone to ubiquinol in their cell membranes for full antioxidant protection. They might prefer to supplement with the ubiquinol form of CoQ10 as it does not require conversion by the body.
Most Energetic Cells
The most energetic cells of the body – heart, skeletal muscles, brain, and liver – contain the largest numbers of mitochondria and therefore cry for CoQ10 input the most. The benefits of Coq10 are significant. It can boost energy levels, enhance stamina, and improve post-exercising recovery. As an antioxidant, it helps protect against free radical damage in fatty tissue like cell membranes. CoQ10 is healthy for nervous system and brain health. Sometimes it helps with muscle pain and weakness. It’s essential!
100,000 Beats a Day Need CoQ10
The heart, in particular, may be especially vulnerable to a decline in CoQ10 levels as we age. After all, 100,000 beats per day adds up to 2.5 billion times in a lifetime! Without CoQ10, the heart’s energy supply would be greatly diminished and you’d wonder why you were dragging.
Statins May Deplete CoQ10 Levels
Statin-class cholesterol-lowering drugs may deplete CoQ-10 levels in some people and therefore increase their CoQ-10 requirements. Statins work by inhibiting an enzyme known as HMG CoA reductase, which regulates the production of both cholesterol and CoQ-10. Thus, when statins lower cholesterol production, they also reduce CoQ-10 production.
CoQ-10 is not intended to serve as a replacement for Statin Therapy, nor should you discontinue taking any prescribed medications while supplementing with CoQ-10.
Solgar CoQ10 and Ubiquinol supplements use KanekaQ10®, for bio-identical, highly researched CoQ10 just like the kind your body yearns to be making. The Megasorb softgels, available in 100 mg or 200 mg, are blended with rice bran oil to promote enhanced absorption and assimilation into each of your 100 billion brain cells alone, not including the heart and other vital organs. They are free of gluten, wheat, dairy, yeast, sugar, sodium, artificial flavors, sweeteners, and preservatives so you have no excuse for fatigue!
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