CoQ10

Not all CoQ10 Supplements are created egual!!

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

CoQ10 and the immune system

A great body of evidence supports the benefit of co q10 and it's effect on immune function.

Sunday, March 13, 2005

CoQ10 for antioxidant protection

CoQ10 provides remarkable antioxidant protection!
Co–Q10 is also a very powerful antioxidant. It is made in our bodies, within a cell organelle called the "mitochondria", and is most concentrated in the energy-demanding heart, brain and muscle systems. Unfortunately, Co–Q10 levels decrease with age (starting at 35 years). Reduced Co–Q10 levels, due either to aging or certain disease conditions, may be overcome by supplementation.
Research supports this amazing shield of immunity.
Consider this supplement as a part of your everyday protection and support for your immune function

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

CoEnzyme Q in Cardiovascular Disease

Can nutritional supplements help those with Cardiovascular Disease?

Yes! The clinical benefits of CoQ10 are mainly due to its ability to improve energy production, antioxidant activity, and membrane stabilizing properties. Several studies showed that coenzyme Q could be useful in patients with congestive heart failure, angina pectoris, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease and in the preservation of myocardium.

Not all sources of CoQ10 are equal! Here is the one I recommend to my clients that is clinically proven to be bioavailable.

A detailed information sheet provides more in-depth information.

Friday, March 04, 2005

CoQ10 supplements benefit Heart Health

CoQ10 Protects Your Cardiovascular System

At least 35 controlled clinical trials in Japan, Europe and the U.S. have demonstrated the benefit of CoQ10 therapy in congestive heart failure, angina and ischemic heart disease, and myocardial infarction. CoQ10 levels in heart tissue decline disproportionately with age.

At age 20, the heart has a higher CoQ10 level than other major organs. At age 80 this is no longer true, with heart levels cut by more than half. CoQ10 pioneer Karl Folkers (1985), in agreement with earlier Japanese studies, found lower CoQ10 levels in patients with more severe heart disease and showed that CoQ10 supplements significantly raised blood and heart tissue levels of CoQ10 in these patients.

Cholesterol medications deplete CoQ10. Patients who are taking Cholesterol–lowering Drugs or Beta blockers may be at increased risk of disorders as varied as congestive heart failure, high blood pressure and low energy.

Not all Co Q 10 products are equal! The absolute best CQ10 source I have found is 500% more bio-available than most dry powder products, up to 333% more bio-available than most soft gels.

Look for a product that has a highly bioavailable delivery. Your body more readily accepts the softgel delivery form than it does solid powders. So you can get more out of your supplement.
This provides the most benefit to you and your heart!

CoQ10 supports energy production in your cells. Studies show that as we age we have less and less of it in our body. CoQ10 is especially important to heart health. A healthy heart, which never stops to rest, relies on CoQ10's energy support.