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What Is CoQ-10?
CoQ-10, or coenzyme Q-10, is also called ubiquinone-10 or vitamin Q. CoQ-10 is a potent antioxidant which helps to protect your body from the formation of harmful free radicals. Free radicals are by-products of chemical toxins, some of which are the result of your bodys internal chemical reactions. Free radicals can damage your cells and impair your immune system which can then lead to chronic infections and many forms of degenerative disease. Damaging free radicals can form from exposure to chemicals, pesticides, toxins, radiation, and toxic substances.
CoQ-10 can help correct deficiencies that come with age, particularly related to your heart, brain, liver, blood, and immune system. Extensive research shows that CoQ-10 may help to enhance your general resistance to many chronic diseases.
Prominent research studies report amazing effects of CoQ-10 in helping to:
- Improve arterial health
- Revive failing arteries
- Lower blood pressure
- Boost immune system functioning
- Protect the brain from degenerative damage
- Prolong youth and life
- Significant results in breast cancer patients
One Of The Most Powerful Antioxidants Known
CoQ-10 is one of the most powerful antioxidants known. Therefore, CoQ-10 may be helpful in many conditions such as cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, allergies, chronic bacterial and viral infections, psoriasis, brain impairment (such as Alzheimers disease, Lou Gehrigs disease, gradual loss of memory and brain functioning), and poor antibody production (antibodies help to keep your immune system strong). CoQ-10 can also help protect muscles against exercise-induced injury. CoQ-10 is a natural substance, found in significant levels in mitochrondria (the tiny energy-producing factories within cells).
Your bodys production of CoQ-10 begins to decline around age 20, often leaving you seriously deficient by middle age. Studies show that the cells of diseased and aging hearts are drastically deficient in CoQ-10, which suggests that the higher incidence of heart disease after age 50 is related to deficiencies in CoQ-10. Worldwide research studies suggest that the ravages of aging may be due to a wide-spread deficiency of antioxidants, in particular, CoQ-10.
How Does CoQ-10 Protect Us?
CoQ-10, a powerful antioxidant, protects fat molecules from becoming oxidized or infused with harmful free radicals which can go on rampages, irreparably damaging cells. CoQ-10 helps to stabilize the cell membrane, keeping the cell alive to avoid an early cell death. When the cell membrane is torn or ruptured (often from free radicals), the cell often dies prematurely. CoQ-10 can help to prevent this. Perhaps CoQ-10s greatest talents are used in the mitochondria, the tiny energy factories inside the cells, where oxygen in burned to give the cells energy to carry out their many duties. CoQ-10 is often called theSpark of Lifethat starts the mitochondrial engines, without which the cell would cease to exist.
Stop Aging Now
Aging accelerates in direct proportion to the amount of free radical damage done to the mitochondrial power stations. Such damage can shut down the cells power supplies by as much as 80%. These power shortages can drastically weaken the functioning of the heart, liver, brain, and other organs. As the energy supply grows weak, the bio-electricity to conduct life activities can diminish, like a light bulb barely glowing. Restocking your bodys supply of CoQ-10 can help dead-stop this process.
Adults or children (age 4 and up):Take 1 capsule, 1 to 3 times daily.
For special programs:up to 12 capsules can be taken daily.
Each capsule contains:
Coenzyme Q-10 (Ubiquinone - 100mg)
100% solvent-free, excipient-free vegetable capsules. No magnesium stearate (a toxic excipient), corn, milk, soy, salt, sugar, wheat, artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, binders, glues or other toxic tagalongs as found in tablets and gelatin capsules. Store in a cool, dry place.
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