CoEnzyme Q10 150mg (60 Vcaps)
Whole Health Products Kaneka® CoQ10 supports healthy heart function and is vital for cellular energy throughout the body!
What is CoEnzyme Q10?
CoEnzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a vitamin-like nutrient, naturally produced in our bodies, with potent antioxidant qualities. Additionally, CoQ10 provides energy to every cell in the body, so while it is most famous for supporting a healthy heart, it actually supports energy and vitality throughout the whole body! This is one nutrient that we truly could not live without!
Health Benefits Of Our Kaneka® 150mg CoEnzyme Q10
Our bodies' production of CoEnzyme Q10 begins to decline around age 30 and steadily decreases with age, making supplementation increasingly important. Consider taking CoQ10 if you are looking to supplement your diet with a powerful antioxidant, especially:
- People over the age of 30, especially those over 40 - our bodies start producing less CoEnzyme Q10 around this age, and production continues to decline as we age.
- People who wish to support a healthy heart and renewed vitality.
- Users of statin medications are especially vulnerable to decline of CoQ10 in their bodies, and may benefit from supplementation to alleviate this decline.
Our CoEnzyme Q10 Offers Top Quality at Your Best ValueOur process creates the purest, most potent form of CoQ10 available. The CoEnzyme Q10 we sell at Whole Health is manufactured by Kaneka, a Japanese company that produces CoEnzyme Q10 through yeast fermentation, and who recently began making their CoQ10 in the United States. Each capsule delivers 150mg of the highest quality CoQ10.Support your heart and energize your body with CoQ10 today. Support normal heart function and boost your body's energy with CoEnzyme Q10. Adding CoQ10 to your daily supplement regimen will help ensure you are keeping your heart and body energy production in top condition. We have both capsule and softgel forms of CoQ10. Check them out today.
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Coenzyme Q10Find ProductsAlso indexed as:CoQ10, Ubiquinol
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is also called ubiquinone, a name that signifies its ubiquitous (widespread) distribution in the human body. CoQ10 is used by the body to transform food into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy on which the body runs.
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This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:
Used for Amount WhyAngina 150 mg daily [3 stars]CoQ10 contributes to the heart’s energy-making mechanisms. Angina patients given CoQ10 have experienced greater ability to exercise without chest pain.Hypertension 100 mg twice per day [3 stars]Taking coenzyme Q10 may have a significant impact on blood pressure.Athletic Performance Refer to label instructions [2 stars]Strenuous physical activity lowers blood levels of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). A few studies have reported that CoQ10 supplementation benefitted some trained athletes.Cardiomyopathy 100 to 150 mg daily [2 stars]Most studies using coenzyme Q10 in treating cardiomyopathy have shown positive results, including improved quality of life, heart function tests, and survival rates.Congestive Heart Failure 0.9 mg daily per pound of body weight with a doctor's supervision [2 stars]CoQ10 enhances the production of energy in the heart muscle and has been reported to help people with CHF, sometimes dramatically.Fibromyalgia Refer to label instructions [2 stars]In a preliminary trial, headaches and overall symptoms in people with fibromyalgia significantly improved after supplementing with coenzyme Q10.Gingivitis 50 to 60 mg daily [2 stars]Supplementing with CoQ10 may reduce gingivitis symptoms and repair damaged gum tissues.Halitosis and Gum Disease 50 to 60 mg daily [2 stars]Coenzyme Q10 is often recommended by doctors to help prevent and treat periodontitis.Macular Degeneration
(Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Fish Oil)
Follow label directions [2 stars]In one study, supplementing with a proprietary blend of acetyl-L-carnitine, fish oil, and coenzyme Q10 improved visual function in people with macular degeneration.Migraine Headache 100 to 150 mg daily [2 stars]In a preliminary trial, supplementation with coenzyme Q10 for three months reduced the average number of days with migraine headaches by 60%.Neuropathy Refer to label instructions [2 stars]For people with diabetes and neuropathy, the antioxidant coenzyme Q10 may improve nerve function and ease uncomfortable symptoms by 50%.Preeclampsia 200 mg per day [2 stars]In a double-blind study at women who were at high risk of developing preeclampsia, supplementing with coenzyme Q10 reduced the incidence of preeclampsia by 44%.Type 2 Diabetes 120 mg daily of a standardized herbal extract [2 stars]Supplementing with CoQ10 may improve blood sugar metabolism.Alzheimer’s Disease
(Iron, Vitamin B6)
Refer to label instructions [1 star]A combination of coenzyme Q10, iron (sodium ferrous citrate), and vitamin B6 may improve mental status in people with Alzheimer’s disease.Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Refer to label instructions [1 star]CoQ10 levels have been found to be low in people with COPD. Supplementing with CoQ10 improved blood oxygenation, exercise performance, and heart rate in one study.HIV and AIDS Support Refer to label instructions [1 star]In one trial, people with HIV who took CoQ10 experienced no further infections for up to seven months, and counts of infection-fighting white blood cells improved in some cases.Insulin Resistance Syndrome Refer to label instructions [1 star]Coenzyme Q10 may improve insulin sensitivity in people with components of IRS.Male Infertility Refer to label instructions [1 star]CoQ10 is a nutrient used by the body to produce energy. While its exact role in the formation of sperm is unknown, even small amounts appear to increase sperm count and motility.Parkinson’s Disease 1,200 mg a day [1 star]In a double-blind trial, coenzyme Q10 given to people with early Parkinson's disease significantly slowed the progression of the disease.Tinnitus Refer to label instructions [1 star]For people who are deficient in CoQ10, supplementing with the nutrient may improve tinnitus.Type 1 Diabetes Refer to label instructions [1 star]Supplementing with CoQ10 may improve blood sugar metabolism.
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