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CoQ10 200

Customer Favorite CoQ10 200

Code: SWU035

CategoryCoQ10
Type200 mg 90 Caps
Description:

• Produces ATP in the body
• Coenzyme Q10
• Each capsule delivers 200 mg

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  • Detailed Description

Coenzyme Q10 is an important molecule for cellular energy production – it aids the mitochondria, the energy producing organelles of the cells, to do their job efficiently and this in turn results in better cellular health. CoQ10 is known as a pseudo-vitamin because it does not necessarily need to be supplemented (the human organism can manufacture it) but it is as important for the human body as a vitamin and supplementation can lead to better management of a lot of medical conditions. Intake of CoQ10 can also improve the cellular energy status of healthy people so this molecule is suggested to be a staple of the supplementation regimen of most people. Other names for CoQ10 include Ubiquinol and Ubiquinone because these are forms the molecule can take in the human body but both of them are interchangeable and can be supplemented. Coenzyme Q10 is also contained in a number of foods - meat (beef, pork, chicken) has the highest concentrations; fish, dairy, eggs, and nuts are poorer sources; and plants are not good sources for this nutrient. The problem is that the best concentration of CoQ10 is in the heart muscle and liver of animals and since most people do not consume these animal organs regularly, taking a supplement is the more practical option.
A number of disease states are associated with low levels of CoQ10 – fibromyalgia, post-myocardial infarction, depression, Prader-Willi syndrome, male infertility, Peyronie’s disease, migraines, and Parkinson’s disease; frequent smokers also show low CoQ10 levels. If one is diagnosed with any of these diseases supplementation of CoQ10 is recommended and that is so especially for victims of heart attack and fibromyalgia patients. Healthy people can also benefit from supplementation of CoQ10 as the molecule is known to improve blood flow and protect blood vessels from damage due to oxidized cholesterol molecules as well as reduce arterial plaque buildup.

Various supplementation amounts have been tested and doses ranging from 30 mg to 400-500 mg have been proven to be effective in increasing blood and tissue levels of Ubiquinol. The most commonly recommended dose is around 90-120 mg per day taken with a meal as food intake enhances absorption and storage. Since CoQ10 is a fat soluble nutrient it is best to take it with a meal containing dietary fat and most supplements use oil-based suspensions for CoQ10 delivery. There are, however, patented water-soluble versions that show similar bioavailability and efficacy as well as safety profile so it is a matter of preference which form a person chooses to use. Regarding safety CoQ10 is proven to show no adverse or side effects with doses up to 900 mg after long-term usage so intake of the recommended dosages should not be of any concern.
Multiple human studies have tested the effects of CoQ10 supplementation with important physiological and health-relevant results. Taking CoQ10 can decrease levels of oxidative stress in the body, decrease blood pressure, improve blood flow (especially in conditions characterized by increased oxidative stress and worsened blood flow), improve blood vessel state and function, increase anti-oxidant enzymes in the body, and generally improve quality of life (especially for diseased people). It is also beneficial to take CoQ10 with regular physical exercise – exercise-induced oxidation is decreased and there might be an anti-fatigue effect when supplementing this molecule; people with myocardial infarction can experience better exercise capacity; a reduced muscle damage due to exercise has also been recorded; exercising people experience a decrease in the rate of perceived exertion which means they can tolerate their sports regimens better. Multiple medical conditions can be improved with CoQ10 supplements – there are strong effects on reducing symptoms of fibromyalgia (chronic muscle pain, fatigue, sleep problems, and painful tender points or trigger points) and symptoms of Peyronie's disease (a form of erectile dysfunction); some evidence exists for decreasing symptoms of Parkinson’s disease as well as migraine and headache symptoms and frequency; infertile men can also experience an increase in their testosterone levels and the overall quality of their sperm is improved by taking CoQ10. Overall, patients with various diseases and most healthy individuals can benefit from taking a CoQ10 supplement as only positive results and no side effects have been noted in clinical human investigations of this molecule.

 

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Capsule

  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Coenzyme Q10 200 mg *

*Daily Value not established.

Other ingredients: Rice flour, gelatin.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one capsule one to three times per day with food and water.
Size: 200 mg 90 Caps


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Patricia

   Patricia
   05 Dec 2017


About the "miracle of Co Q10"--truly a miracle in my case. I had an obstructive cardiac hypertrophy,and was in heart failure. Taking 300 mg of Ubiquinol 3 times a day, not this product ) was not enough. My hypertrophy became non obstructive and my exercise tolerance increased greatly on 300 mg ubiquinol taken every 2 hours, 7 times a day (not this product but an ubiquinol product)!!! This saved me from having to have open heart surgery, and possibly from dying, as the double blockage was ruining the atrium by causing a back flow of blood expanding town extreme size,and the surgeon thought there was too much fibrosis in the muscle and not enough diastolic function to operate-- until he saw an echo stress on the ultra high dose of Co Q10. When he saw the echo stress on the CoQ10, suddenly he wanted to operate. But I got such good heart function from the ultra high dose Co Q10, I did not want the surgery! he surgeon was the one said to be the best in Europe for cardiac myectomy, and the "surgeon of last resort" the one who can work on hearts other surgeons reject. He was about to reject my heart as too far gone, until he saw an echo stress test on the ultra high dose of Co Q10. Doses of up to 2,700 mg are in the literature on Co Q10. For me the 2,100 mg taken as 300 mg every 2 hours worked miracles. I was in big trouble even on 900 mg of ubiquinol.. I do take a full spectrum of antioxidants, with high doses of vitamin c (powdered calcium ascorbate), and full spectrum vitamin e, time released alpha lipoic acid, and pyncnogenol, as well as glutahione injections, selenium, etc. I had arrhythmia problems which were uncontrollable with drugs until i found an expert on hypertrophy who changed the drugs the other cardiologists had given. He used Nadololo , the specific beta blocker used for hypertrophy, which no one other cardiologist had prescribed. Amazingly 3 cardiologists had prescribed the wrong beta blocker for hypertrophy. I was also important to avoid sugar, as it releases adrenalin. The beta blocker mistake was a lesson in seeking an expert who is expert for precisely your condition Important to controlling the arrhythmia was also changing the omega 3 product taken to a high DHA omega 3 product, and adding magnesium sulphate to my bath water. It took a while to magnesium load the cells. See trans dermal magnesium therapies. I also took magnesium citrate and magnesium chloride orally. I used Dr. Majid Ali's hydrogen peroxide bath with magnesium sulphate. These are described in his videos on Vimeo. He says kidney function must be checked before doing the mineral therapies. Seek truly expert professional help. It is difficult to find for the natural therapies. The average doctor is not expert in working with vitamins,minerals and supplements, they mostly work with drug therapies instead. Drug therapies could not have saved my heart, it needed antioxidant and oxygen therapies. Co Q10 does both. Dr.Majid Ali in NYC is an expert biochemist and has a lot of experience working with supplements and natural techniques, and is very expert for CFS/ME. He wrote a book called, "The Canary and Chronic Fatigue"., and also wrote, "Oxygen and Aging". Unedited books full of errors, but books of genius. Anyone with heart failure should read American cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra on CO Q10. For people with atherosclerosis, cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra's book, "Reversing Heart Disease" is important to read. I don't believe the ubiquinol form of Co Q10 existed when he wrote the first book on Co Q10.

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Inke Schultze

   Inke Schultze
   17 Mar 2016


Hallo, your product is Ubiquinon or Ubiquinol ?? Kaneka?? Thanks in advance. MFG

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akocinger@gmail.com

   akocinger@gmail.com
   01 Sep 2015


I like to be informed -where I can buy this product. Yours A.Kocinger MD, Bratislava, Slovakia.

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