CoQ10 Information


Description and uses of Coenzyme Q10, CoQ10

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Most Common Name:CoQ10
Also Known As (other names): Coenzyme Q10, Ubiquinone

CoQ10 has often been describes as a miracle antioxidant. Coq10 is an important nutrient that was originally used only against congestive heart failure. it is a fat soluble antioxidant found in meat and fish and in the human body the highest levels of CoQ10 is found in the heart tissue.

The use of CoQ10 is widespread and not only against heart disease. Women with breast cancer have been found to suffer from CoQ10 deficiency, claims are made that it slows the ageing process and studies to prove this are currently underway

CoQ10 acts on the cell membrane where it increases the cells ability to transfer electric impulses. Congestive heart failure patients have been found to have lower levels of Coq10 and several studies have found that an increase of Coq10 leads to dramatic improvement.

It is used for, or in treatment of:

Heart diseaseHypertensionHuntington's (Parkinson's) disease.
AnginaImmune function tonicBreast cancer
Anti ageing  


Side effects, Contraindications, do not use if:

Do not take with Warfarin without first consulting your doctor.Do not use while pregnant and breast feeding.May cause mild stomach discomfort
May cause loss of appetiteMay cause nausea or vomiting 
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