We all want to feel younger, and most of us would rather not have to work to hard to achieve it.
While CoQ10 is not the ‘fountain of youth’, it can help you to retain your vitality and health for longer.
As we get older, our levels of CoQ10 decrease.
What does it do for our bodies?
Optimizes the manufacture of cell energy and is concentrated most in the heart, liver, kidneys, and pancreas.
Boosts the immune system
Helps the heart
Helps prevent blood clots
Reduces nerve damage and lessen nerve pain caused by diabetes
Helps improve sight in those with age-related vision loss
Reduces the frequency of migraines
Helps the physical performance of those with muscular dystrophy
How does it work?
CoQ10’s primary function is to help provide energy to the cells. It’s main role is in the creation of a necessary molecule, known as adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP directs energy where it is needed and is essential for healthy metabolism and is a key part of a number of processes within the body.
How does CoQ10 helps the heart?
CoQ10 can prevent blood clots, thus, lowering the risk of heart attack. Studies also showed that CoQ10 improved the heart function in patients with heart conditions. Furthermore, it decreased recovery times after bypass and heart valve surgeries. In addition, CoQ10 protects the heart from damage that can be caused by some anti-cancer drugs. In sum, it can be said that CoQ10 is important for a healthy heart.
How does CoQ10 boosts the immune system?
CoQ10 boosts the immune system, important for everyone. This is especially significant for those with HIV/AIDS. However, there are further implications. One of these is the treatment and prevention of cancer, including a better quality of life.
Did you know?
A number of drugs lower CoQ10 blood levels. For example, the statins that many people take to lower their cholesterol. It makes sense to bring those levels back up.
Have you taken your CoQ10 today?
Remember to consult your health care provider before use.