UBIQUINOL- The “active” CoQ10.
Ubiquinol is the active form of CoQ10, an essential source of energy for cells to assist organs to perform at their best and protect skeletal muscle. See attached brochure for more information.*
Category: Dietary supplement
Use of Ubiquinol: The concentration of CoQ10 in the body tends to decrease with age, indicating that it has a close relationship with aging. Early studies show CoQ10 may improve skin health (anti-aging), benefit heart health and blood pressure, and help reduce side effects of taking cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Composition per unit: Each capsule contains 35 mg of Ubiquinol, and DHA.
Dosage Form: Capsule
Pack Size: Blister box of 30 capsules
Recommended Dosage & Administration: One capsule a day, any time
Special Precautions & Warnings: Please consult your physician if you should take Ubiquinol. Contact your doctor immediately if you develop any allergic reaction.
Side Effects: According to available scientific data, while most easily tolerate CoQ10 supplements, they can cause some mild side effects, including stomach upset, diarrhea, nausea, loss of appetite. As CoQ10 benefits management of high blood pressure, so if you have low blood pressure consult your doctor before taking them.
General Information: Ubiquinol is one of the two forms of CoQ10—the other is Ubiquinone— in the body; the body makes Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and the body’s cells use it to assist organs to perform at there best and protect skeletal muscle. In the young and healthy body 95% of the total CoQ10 is in the form of Ubiquinol.*
The world-renown Mayo Clinic of the U.S. has concluded that while more research is needed but early evidence supports the use of CoQ10 supplements for various conditions, from heart health to blood pressure, skin health, male infertility, among others.
Disclaimers: *Product statements have not been evaluated by the US FDA
Like all dietary supplements, the product is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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