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5 Foods to Help Keep Your Cholesterol in Check 1

While medication can be taken to lower cholesterol levels, people can sometimes accomplish ...

Ubiquinone vs. Ubiquinol 1

There are two forms of CoQ10: ubiquinone and ubiquinol. Although ubiquinone and ubiquinol are two distinct chemical structures they are closely related and are inter-converted via a cyclical chemical reaction known as “redox”. Here are some key facts about the distinctions between ubiquinone and ubiquinol:
Statin Users, CoQ10 Is Your New Best Friend

Statin Users, CoQ10 Is Your New Best Friend 4

Following your doctor prescribed cholesterol-lowering regimen that may include eating healthy, exercising regularly, and taking cholesterol...
Why is CoQ10 the Most Recommended Supplement By Cardiologists?*

Why is CoQ10 the Most Recommended Supplement By Cardiologists?* 0

Unfortunately, your CoQ10 levels can drop due to age, stress, and cholesterol-lowering statin drug therapy.1 While small amounts of CoQ10 can be found in food, taking a daily CoQ10 supplement is the easiest way to increase your CoQ10 levels.
CoQ10 is the Antioxidant Your Body Needs

CoQ10 is the Antioxidant Your Body Needs 0

An important quality of CoQ10 is that it acts as an antioxidant in your body. This has a range of health benefits, from supporting energy production to replenishing low CoQ10 levels brought on by statin use. CoQ10 is the antioxidant your body needs – however, it’s important to understand how your CoQ10 is working in order to take the best form for your health conditions.
Are You Getting Enough CoQ10 From Your Diet

Are You Getting Enough CoQ10 From Your Diet 2

You may have seen Coenzyme Q10 (or CoQ10) in supplement form, but did you know that you can also get CoQ10 from your diet? Read on to find out if you are getting enough CoQ10 from the food you eat and learn how to boost the amount of CoQ10 food sources in your diet!