CoQ10 Reduced


CoQ10 is an essential cofactor your body uses to derive energy.



This is the most active form of CoQ10 and the only one that should be taken by everyone over the age of 40. Over 100 studies have shown CoQ10 has a direct link to heart disease. But protecting your heart is just one of the benefits of this nutrient. It’s also aids in the fight of cancer, AIDS, high blood pressure, memory loss, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s. It’s even helpful in gum disease treatment and prevention. Studies have shown that more than half the patients who were taking drugs for high blood pressure were able to stop their medication with CoQ10 supplementation. In a University of Texas study, people with high blood pressure took an oral CoQ10 supplement.  Within one month, they experienced marked improvements in blood pressure.  Overall, 51 percent of patients were able to reduce or discontinue their blood pressure medications

Energize Your Heart

CoQ10 is an essential cofactor your body uses to derive energy. You cannot survive without it. It’s a powerful antioxidant for every cell in your body. CoQ10 is essential for the normal functioning of all your major organs but is especially critical to the energy-consuming organs like your heart, brain, kidneys, and liver. It provides your body with “high octane” fuel.

CoQ10 also:

  1. Destroys free radicals before they can damage your cell membranes.
  2. Helps prevent arteriosclerosis by reducing the accumulation of oxidized fat in your blood vessels.
  3. Eases heart disease, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
  4. Reduces chest pain and improves exercise tolerance in patients with chronic stable angina.
  5. Regulates the rhythm of your heart rate.

Most forms of heart disease have one thing in common: low energy production in the mitochondria (the powerhouses) of the cells. This leads to a condition researchers aptly call “the energy-starved heart.” The very popular cholesterol lowering drugs known as “statins” also cause an energy-starved heart by blocking your body’s production of CoQ10. CoQ10 helps in the chemical reactions required for energy production.  This is essential to keep the mitochondria working efficiently. In effect, CoQ10 provides a virtual never ending energy supply for the cells in your heart and every other cell in your body.

Ward Off Age-Related Diseases

The energy-making process in your cells produces oxidation that can stress or damage cells. This “oxidative stress” contributes to cancer, arteriosclerosis, heart disease, cataracts, arthritis, Alzheimer’s and a number of other diseases. CoQ10 helps the body neutralize free radicals in the cell. It reduces stress on the cells by bolstering the body’s antioxidant defenses and cleaning up free radicals before they can damage the cells. In addition, we know that when you increase levels of CoQ10

Reverse Aging

As you age, your cells start running out of CoQ10, and the mitochondria simply cannot produce enough energy to meet your body’s demands. When stockpiles run low, the mitochondria are less efficient and begin running your body on a less potent fuel. Over time, cheap fuel will take its toll, damaging the mitochondria and contributing to a growing sense of fatigue. But when you restock your body with CoQ10, it rejuvenates cells and renews energy levels. The affect of aging on CoQ10 organ levels is profound.  As CoQ10 drops, it adversely affects these organs. The lack of CoQ10 to the heart muscle accelerates cardiovascular disease. The decrease of CoQ10 in the pancreas may be a factor in diabetes.

Why You Need CoQ10 Supplementation

You can make CoQ10, but not enough to meet you energy needs so you must get it in your food. Aging, environmental stress, a diet deficient in specific nutrients, certain cholesterol-lowering and psychotropic drugs, chronic long duration exercise, and other lifestyle factors also reduce the levels of CoQ10 in the body.