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CoQ10

Ubiquinone vs. Ubiquinol: Don’t believe the Hype!

Don’t be fooled by the advertising hype about ‘the other CoQ10 that supplement companies don’t want you to know about’, it is nothing more than advertising hype so they can sell their more expensive CoQ10. Let me give you the facts about CoQ10 so you can save some money $$$.

Lower your blood pressure naturally with tomatoes and CoQ10


Did you know that there are natural ways to lower your blood pressure safely and effectively? Scientific studies have shown that both ordinary tomatoes and the naturally occurring substance CoQ10 can provide benefits to people with high blood pressure.

Coenzyme Q10 and garlic reduce atherosclerosis progression in clinical trial


The July, 2012 issue of the Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research reported the outcome of a trial of middle-aged men which found a protective effect for coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and aged garlic extract against the progression of coronary atherosclerosis and inflammation.
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Find out more about the amazing nutrient CoQ10

Coenzyme Q10, known as CoQ10, is highly regarded as a super antioxidant. But is it for real? CoQ10 gets a lot of good press, but it's not cheap. So to buy and try or not to buy and try is the question. Not all supplements live up to their reputation, and not all supplements are right for everyone. Let's examine CoQ10 a bit.

Pine bark, CoQ10 together improve physical fitness and heart health

A new study conducted by researchers from Chieti-Pescara University in Italy has revealed that taking pine bark extract in conjunction with Coenzyme Q10 helps improve heart health in heart failure patients by bolstering blood pressure regulation, strengthening endothelial function, reducing hypertension, and improving overall physical ability.

CoQ10 may protect against obesity problems: Study

Supplements of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) may protect or retard the development of fatty liver related to obesity, suggest findings from an animal study.


By Stephen Daniells, 15-Oct-2009

Supplements of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) may protect or retard the development of fatty liver related to obesity, suggest findings from an animal study.