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CoQnol™ (Non-GMO Ubiquinol) 100mg - 60 softgels

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Description

Designs For Health CoQnol (Non-GMO Ubiquinol) 100 mg

Designs for Health CoQnol™ is a non-GMO form of ubiquinol, which is the reduced, antioxidant form of CoQ10. Both ubiquinone and ubiquinol are critical to the cellular ATP (energy) production cycle. Without the presence of both ubiquinone and ubiquinol within the body’s cells, cellular energy cannot be generated or sustained. The ability to convert ubiquinone to ubiquinol may diminish with age and with increased oxidative stress in certain individuals.

Made with non-GMO ingredients.

Ingredients

Each serving contains:

Ubiquinol  -  100 mg

Other Ingredients: Medium chain triglycerides, sunflower lecithin, yellow beeswax, rosemary oil; gelatin, purified water, glycerine, annatto (softgel ingredients).

Suggested Use

As a dietary supplement, take one Ubiquinol 100mg softgel per day with a meal, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

More Info.

The body uses two forms of CoQ10. Ubiquinone, also known as the oxidized form, is better known and is used primarily for energy production in the electron transport energy cycle inside the cell. Ubiquinol plays a primary role in decreasing oxidative damage caused by lipid peroxidation within mitochondria. According to research, plasma ubiquinol is decreased in patients with hyperlipidemia.

There is evidence that suggests that the ability to convert ubiquinone to ubiquinol may diminish with age, resulting in diminished protection against oxidative stress and reduced energy levels. Designs for Health CoQnol™ (ubiquinol) may provide a strong initial stage defense against cellular oxidative damage and requires supplementing to maintain optimum health.

Researchers at East Texas Medical Center found that patients with advanced congestive heart failure taking high doses of ubiquinone CoQ10 were not able to achieve adequate improvements in blood serum CoQ10 levels. However, when switched to ubiquinol, blood CoQ10 levels improved dramatically with a consequential improvement in clinical symptoms and left the ventricular function. 



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