Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10 100MG 60S

Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10 100MG 60S Romance TextKeep your heart healthyNature’s anti-aging nutrientHigher levels of CoQ10 can help prevent and manage heart disease and some cancers, and fight fatigueNature’s anti-aging antioxidantProduces energy at the cellular levelEssential for heart functionProduces energyActs as an antioxidantAntioxidant protectionEssential for heart function Lack of CoQ10...
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COENZYME Q10 100MG

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Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10 100MG 60S

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Keep your heart healthy
Nature’s anti-aging nutrient
Higher levels of CoQ10 can help prevent and manage heart disease and some cancers, and fight fatigue
Nature’s anti-aging antioxidant
Produces energy at the cellular level
Essential for heart function
Produces energy
Acts as an antioxidant
Antioxidant protection
Essential for heart function

Lack of CoQ10 may not be the reason you age, but it can be a factor in how FAST aging occurs. Heart health concerns? Low energy? Compromised immune function? Ensure you have the CoQ10 you need.

SLOW DOWN AGING AND KEEP YOUR HEART HEALTHY!
Lack of CoQ10 may not be the reason you age, but it can be a factor in how FAST aging occurs. CoQ10 triggers the body’s energy production at a cellular level.

Coenzyme Q10 (also called CoQ10) is also involved in maintaining normal heart function, and it is an antioxidant, scavenging free radicals throughout the body.
CoQ10 100mg
Important for every cell, helps to produce energy and acts as an antioxidant. Helps maintain normal heart muscle function.

Important for every cell, CoQ10 helps produce energy and maintain heart function. A powerful antioxidant that enhances immune function – imperative during cold &flu season.

More than just a healthy heart
By Dr. Kate Rhéaume, B.Sc., N.D.

Coenzyme Q10 is a powerful antioxidant and an essential component of the mitochondria – the energy producing units in every cell of our body. CoQ10 levels decline with advancing age, and this might contribute to some of the signs of aging. People in their twenties and younger almost always have adequate levels of CoQ10, whereas deficiencies are common in people forty and beyond.

By now it is common knowledge that statin-type cholesterol-lowering medications decrease the synthesis of CoQ10 and that taking a statin drug is the number one reason to supplement with this nutrient. Taking 100 to 200 mg of CoQ10 daily is essential for anyone with high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, angina or any other heart problem. Through supplementation with CoQ10, there is improved energy production in the heart muscle, leading to improved heart function. It has also been shown to help diabetes, periodontal disease and male infertility.

New research is revealing the benefits of even higher doses of CoQ10. The most prominent results have been in the treatment and prevention of Parkinson’s disease (PD). Daily doses of 400 to 1,200 mg along with vitamin E have been shown to improve symptoms of PD. Benefits have been seen at similar doses for other severe neurodegenerative diseases such as Huntington’s disease and Freidrich’s Ataxia. In the latter case, a sustained improvement in mitochondrial energy synthesis was observed that was associated with a slowing of disease progression and improved cardiac function.

Decreased levels of CoQ10 have been found in the plasma of women with breast cancer and in cancerous breast tissue, and low levels correlated with a worse prognosis. Two case reports demonstrated 390 mg CoQ10 daily resulted in tumor regression and the disappearance of previously diagnosed metastasis. These promising results remain to be confirmed in larger trials.

Keep your heart healthy with Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10 400 mg, nature’s anti-aging antioxidant.

References:
Lockwood K., Moesgaard S., Folkers K., “Partial and complete regression of breast cancer in patients in relation to dosage of coenzyme Q10.” Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1994;199:1504-1508.
Mancini A., De Marinis L., Littarru G.P., Balercia G., “An update of coenzyme Q10 implications in male infertility: biochemical and therapeutic aspects.” Biofactors 2005;25:165-174.
Zern T.L., Fernandez M.L., “Cardioprotective effects of dietary polyphenols.” J Nutr. 2005;135(10):2291-4.

Heart Health – Naturally
By Dr. Kate Rhéaume

Regular exercise and a diet that’s low in trans fats, low in refined carbohydrate, high in vegetables and contains “good” fats are the pillars of a heart-healthy lifestyle. However, enhancing the function of the heart itself is an important part of preventing and treating cardiovascular disease. Fortunately there are effective natural ways to enhance myocardial function.

When it comes to heart-health nutrients, Coenzyme Q10 tops the list. Also known as ubiquinone (a reference to its ubiquitous presence throughout the body), CoQ10 is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like substance that acts like a cellular spark plug by providing energy to virtually every cell in the body. Since heart muscle cells are always working, their need for CoQ10-derived energy is higher than that of any other tissue.

CoQ10 can be severely depleted by some popular cholesterol- lowering drugs, namely the statins. There is no doubt that you have customers taking this type of drug and it is important that they be made aware of their special need for CoQ10 supplements. Another tip you can share is that CoQ10, being fat soluble, is best absorbed when taken as part of a higher-fat meal.

Our ability to synthesize our own CoQ10 begins to decline around age 35. This fact, combined with the nutrient’s antioxidant effects, places CoQ10 supplements squarely in the anti-aging category. Optimal dosage range varies per person, but 60 to 100 mg daily is a standard recommendation for normal healthy adults.

CoQ10 – a cellular spark plug
By Dr. Kate Rhéaume

Regular exercise and a diet that’s low in trans fats, low in refined carbohydrate, high in vegetables and contains “good” fats are the pillars of a hearthealthy lifestyle. However, enhancing the function of the heart itself is an important part of preventing and treating cardiovascular disease. Fortunately there are effective natural ways to enhance myocardial function.

When it comes to heart-health nutrients, Coenzyme Q10 tops the list. Also known as ubiquinone (a reference to its ubiquitous presence throughout the body), CoQ10 is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like substance that acts like a cellular spark plug by providing energy to virtually every cell in the body. Since heart muscle cells are always working, their need for CoQ10-derived energy is higher than that of any other tissue.

CoQ10 can be severely depleted by some popular cholesterol-lowering drugs, namely the statins. There is no doubt that you have customers taking this type of drug and it is important that they be made aware of their special need for CoQ10 supplements. Another tip you can share is that CoQ10, being fat soluble, is best absorbed when taken as part of a higherfat meal.

Our ability to synthesize our own CoQ10 begins to decline around age 35. This fact, combined with the nutrient’s antioxidant effects, places CoQ10 supplements squarely in the antiaging category. The optimal dosage varies per person, but 60 to 100 mg daily is a standard recommendation for normal healthy adults.

Dr. Kate Rhéaume, B.Sc., N.D. is a doctor of naturopathic medicine, writer and educator. A graduate and former faculty member of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, Dr. Rhéaume is an expert in natural medicine and lectures across Canada on topics related to health and wellness.
Overview
Coenzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like essential nutrient that helps increase levels of cellular energy production and is required by every cell in our body. Known to support cardiovascular health and cellular vigour. Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10 100 mg is 100% natural, consisting only of the trans isomer identical to the body’s own CoQ10.

Medicinal Ingredients
Each Softgel Contains: 
Coenzyme Q10 Ubiquinone (microorganism) 100 mg 

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