How do cells produce energy?
The body is constantly at work converting the food into energy. Energy is generated at the cellular level inside of small organelles called mitochondria. It is here, in the mitochondria, that the body is able to convert food energy from fats and carbohydrates into cellular energy that the body can use.
What is Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)?
CoQ10 is an antioxidant that is vital for basic cell and heart health function and energy production. It is most densely concentrated in cells of the heart, liver, kidneys and intestines where it functions inside the lining of the mitochondria to help convert food energy into cellular energy. CoQ10 is also a potent antioxidant and serves to protect cells from harmful free radicals.
Why should I supplement with CoQ10?
CoQ10 levels tend to decrease in the body over time and as the result of certain medical conditions. Individuals who take medication to lower their cholesterol (statins) may also experience lower levels of Coenzyme Q10. Daily CoQ10 supplementation is recommended to help restore CoQ10 levels and replenish energy levels, starting at the cellular level where our bodies transform food into fuel.
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