Are Your Ubiquinol Levels Low?
A young healthy body naturally makes a vitamin-like substance called CoQ10. CoQ10 is converted by the body into an important enzyme called Ubiquinol. As a person ages, levels of CoQ10 decrease dramatically. Some reports say CoQ10 levels start to decline as early as your 20's. Small amounts of CoQ10 can be obtained by eating organ meats such as liver, spleen and brain, but most people do not eat organ meats regularly, if at all.
How Can Ubiquinol Help?
Ubiquinol is important for the body because it acts as a catalyst of all cellular chemical reactions. Increasing cellular activity throughout your body can result in an overall "younger" feeling, as well as benefiting all the major systems of the body.
Supplementing with Ubiquinol
- Supports healthy immune system activities
- Supports the cardiovascular system, including the heart
- Acts as an antioxidant and helps other antioxidants activate and functioning optimally
- Supports the lymphatic system by promoting healthy blood circulation which helps maintain blood pressure levels within the normal range
- Supports your entire nervous system, including brain activity
- Increases energy and stamina
Why Dr. Mercola's Brand?
- Delivers high-absorption and easily digestible formulas
- Does not contain any synthetic ingredients
- Processed in highly reputable facility with the strictest quality control and safety standard practices in place
- Uses specialized liquid capsule technology that reduces oxidation and potential for leakage, and enhances shelf-life. The capsule technology allows for a smaller capsule for easier consumption.
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