Ubiquinol in food

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Ubiquinol in Food

The recommended daily dose of Ubiquinol is 100 – 150mg.

For athletes or those with heart health issues, 300mg or more may be recommended.

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Ubiquinol is found in many foods, including oily fish, organ meats and whole grains. However, it is difficult to achieve the daily recommended dose without consuming excessive amounts of these foods.

If you rely on food sources only, you would need to consume more than 14kg of sardines or 60 avocados, for example, to reach 100mg of Ubiquinol.

The Ubiquinol that occurs naturally in foods also oxidises very quickly and is easily converted to Ubiquinone, the inactive form of CoQ10, when it is cooked.

Taking Ubiquinol in a supplement form can ensure you easily achieve the recommended daily dose.

Ubiquinol supplements are available at health food stores, pharmacies and online vitamin stores, nationally.

Ask your health practitioner or local pharmacist for the best Ubiquinol product and dose for you. Always read the label and use only as directed.

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No information included on this site should be construed as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or qualified health practitioner for medical advice. Never delay or disregard seeking medical advice because of something you have read on this website. Never substitute any of your medication for Ubiquinol.