CoQ10 is one of America’s most recognized coenzymes. Although millions of us buy the supplement to support heart health, most don’t know there are two main forms of this vital nutrient. Each functions differently in the body.
Ubiquinone, also known as conventional CoQ10, is the most popular form of CoQ10. This is because it was the only kind of CoQ10 sold in stores until 2007, when a more advanced form of the nutrient called Ubiquinol became commercially available.
The problem with conventional CoQ10 is that your body must convert it into Ubiquinol (the more advanced type of CoQ10) before it can help make the cellular energy your heart and other vital organs need to function at optimal levels.
Effective in general weakness, muscle cramps.
Effective in improving overall muscle health.
Supports optimal heart health.
Supports natural cellular energy production.
Helps prevent damage in the body caused by oxidative stress.
Benefits in Neurodegenerative Diseases.
Improve immunity in cancer & AIDS patients.
Plays an important role in protecting semen from ROS and can improve basic sperm parameters.
Improves sperm kinetic features.
Prevents cardiovascular diseases like hypertension, CAD and heart failure.
Improves long-term glycemic control in type 2 diabetes.
The ‘energetic’ supplement useful in male infertility.
To be sold by retail on the prescription of registered medical practitioner only.