Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10, also known as ubiquinone) is a natural, fat-soluble nutrient present in all cells, and it has emerged over the last decade or so as a leading supplement. However, a new form of CoQ10 supplements has recently emerged, Ubiquinol. Ubiquinol is the broken-down form of ubiquinone, making the nutrient readily available for immediate utilization in your body.
Since CoQ10 is required for energy production within all cells, it isn’t surprising that it has an effect on all systems within the body. “But wait, there’s more!” CoQ10 also helps convert food to ATP (the building block of cellular energy) inside the mitochondria of our cells. And like other hormones and enzymes in our body, CoQ10 production peaks in our twenties. The older we get, the more important CoQ10 supplementation becomes.
Conclusion: CoQ10 has so much to offer your body, and because natural production peaks early on in life, most of us can benefit from CoQ10 supplements. And the older we get, the more we notice the good effects of CoQ10 supplementation. See the wide variety of Ubiquinol and CoQ10 supplements available today, including chewables.
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