Getting Your Wellness Back

The CoQ10 Phenomenon

Supplementation with CoQ10 provides potent neuro-protective benefits useful for prevention and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, preserves the brain structure and slows neurodegeneration, improves heart muscle function by enhancing mitochondrial performance, and protects dopamine-producing areas of the brain.

             Having low CoQ10 levels means more free radical damage to your brain, less energy for the brain to do its work, more tired, sluggish brain cells that don’t learn, think, or remember as well as they should, and a greater susceptibility to neurological diseases. Lack of CoQ10 is more likely in people with cancer and other chronic illnesses, causes cellular damage resulting in altered DNA and a host of poor health outcomes, and contributes to greater cellular damage from free radicals in lipid-rich structures like the brain. 

Research shows that CoQ10:  Is one of the most powerful antioxidants engaged in protecting the brain, body  and heart against the damaging effects of free radicals. Powerfully protects liquid structures. It has been shown to protect brain cells against toxic insults that arise from both neurotoxic and excitotoxic agents. Slows the progression of early Parkinson’s disease by an astounding 44 percent. Protects and preserves mitochondrial function, giving it a profound impact on overall health. Enhances mitochondrial efficiency.

Daily nutritional support with CoQ10 ranges for most people from100-200 mg/day, taken with breakfast or lunch.  People with Parkinson’s disease took anywhere from 800-1200 mg/day. Ubiquinol is the most absorbable form of CoQ10.

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