The Silent Deficiency Robbing Your Heart, Brain and Other Vital Organs (especially if you take statins)
Your natural ability to produce CoQ10 decreases with age. The body absorbs supplemental CoQ10 just fine when you are younger. Your body’s ability to convert CoQ10 to Ubiquinol also declines. Your body needs ubiquinol to produce cellular energy. As you age, supplementation becomes a must.*
To get a dose of 100mg Ubiquinol, you need:
- 3.5 lbs of peanuts
- 20 6 ounce steaks
- 60 avocados
- 50 cups of spinach
Ubiquinol is the reduced and active free radical quencher form of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10).* CoQ10 is found in all cells of the body, with especially high concentrations in the heart.*
It is essential to mitochondrial energy production and functions as a powerful, fat soluble, free radical scavenger.*
Ubiquinol has 2x greater bioavailability and increases levels about 4x, where CoQ10 only increases 2x.
These properties make Ubiquinol an ideal supplement for the support of energy production and free radical protection in the heart, vascular structures, brain and neurons.*
Benefits of Ubiquinol
1. Boosts the immune system
Ubiquinol has unique elements that reduce the progression of free radical radicals, which increase your risk of developing diseases like flu and viral infections. Therefore, regular consumption can improve your overall health provided you eat a balanced nutrition on a daily basis.
2. Maintains cell health
It acts an antioxidant against damage caused by free radical, thereby maintain cell health. Studies show that intake of ubiquinol supplements can help enhance cellular activity, as well as improving health of the skin by eliminating unsightly facial features like acne and skin blemish. However, you need to keep in mind that excessive consumption is harmful to your health.
3. Eliminates premature aging signs
Do you want to get rid of those undesirable facial features that make you look tired and worn out? Well, ubiquinol supplements can help you keep premature signs of aging at bay, thereby leaving your skin smooth, glowing and youthful. Moreover, they limit the development of free radicals that cause damage to your DNA and Tissues.
4. Increases energy levels
If you are worn out after a long days’ work or maybe you were running on treadmill, taking ubiquinol supplements might increase your energy levels. The supplement also comes in handy when you experience chronic tiredness, particularly after engaging in intensive exercise.
5. Regulates blood sugar levels
Ubiquinol supplements also control blood sugar levels, thereby are beneficial to patients with diabetes. In addition, they enhance athletic performance as well as endurance.
Ubiquinol CoQH-CF™ features:
D-Limonene to naturally enhance its solubility and intestinal absorption, to create a product with superior biological value.
CoQH-CF™ is a trademark of Soft Gel Technologies, Inc.
Q+®, Kaneka Ubiquinol™ and the quality seal™ are registered or pending trademarks of Kaneka Corp.
Kaneka is the only company in the world that makes Ubiquinol, the advanced form of CoQ10. Kaneka then provides the Ubiquinol ingredient to hundreds of brands. This means the biggest difference between Kaneka’s brand and other manufacturers is the other ingredients used to create the softgel.
Kaneka’s brand of Ubiquinol is dairy free, gluten free, and wheat free. When deciding what brand to purchase, first look for the Kaneka Quality Seal, which ensures the product was made with Kaneka Ubiquinol.