Supports Cellular Energy1
Ubiquinol-CoQ10 supports cardiovascular health by replenishing the body's supply of coenzyme Q10. The formula contains 100 mgs of CoQ10 along with l-carnitine, taurine, vitamin E, and vitamin B12 for additional cardiovascular maintenance.
BENEFITS AND RESEARCH
Ubiquinol (CoQ10) is found naturally in the body and plays an essential role in the production of energy in all cells. The body requires a sufficient amount of CoQ10 in order to function optimally. This product may help enhance the effectiveness of the immune system. Some research has shown that a CoQ10 deficiency may contribute to possible side effects in persons taking statin medications. CoQ10 may support heart health and may assist the body in energy production in cells. CoQ10 is also an antioxidant that may protect cells from free radicals.
L-Carnitine and taurine have been shown to reduce heart rate and triglyceride levels in patients with congestive heart failure, and help improve left ventricular function. 1
Take one softgel daily.
SAFETY AND WARNINGS
Ubiquinol-CoQ10 is generally well tolerated. As with any dietary supplement, some gastrointestinal discomfort may be experienced.
Do not take while on blood thinning medication without consulting a doctor.
Available in softgels.
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