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Benefits of Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10, ubiquinone), a fat- soluble natural antioxidant with potential use as adjuvant therapy in heart diseases and to protect neurons against age-related degeneration, is a very lipophilic compound and poorly absorbed in the gut. It is a compound found naturally in virtually every cell in the human body with highest concentrations in the heart, liver , kidney and pancreas.

Here are some of the benefits of coenzyme Q10 :

  • Helps Produce Energy : Adequate levels of CoQ10 are essential for the body to produce energy for vital processes like muscle cell regeneration.
  • Improves Heart Health : It makes the heart cells more efficient at producing the energy that they need and also helps protect the heart from oxidative damage.
  • Slows Down the Aging Process : CoQ10 is believed to slow down age-related DNA damage. Supplementing with CoQ10 protects the aging heart against stress.
  • Plays a Vital Role in Cancer Prevention and Treatment : CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant which protects the cells from oxidative damage and promotes their health.
  • Cognitive Benefits : CoQ10 helps in the healthy functioning of the brain, which helps improve cognitive function.
  • Can Treat & Prevent Migraines : CoQ10 improves mitochondrial function and decrease inflammation that may occur during migraines.
  • Supports Fertility : CoQ10 is required for the production of ATP, Since CoQ10 levels decline with age, supplementation is necessary.
  • Improves Symptoms of Fibromyalgia : According to studies, supplementation with CoQ10 helps improve overall pain symptoms, reduces headaches, tiredness etc.
  • Helps with Diabetes : According to studies CoQ10 helps improve insulin sensitivity and regulates blood sugar levels.
  • Helps Protect the Lungs : According to the 2005 study, treating bronchial asthma patients with Coq10 helps reduce Asthma and the need for steroid medication.

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a natural antioxidant synthesized by the body, found in many foods, and available as a supplement. It comes in two forms: ubiquinol, the active antioxidant form, and ubiquinone, the oxidized form, which the body partially converts to ubiquinol. Speak to your doctor today to understand which supplement is best for you.

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