What is Ubiquinol?

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What is Ubiquinol?

Ubiquinol is the active form of CoQ10 (Coenzyme Q10) which has been reduced to make it more easily usable by your body. It is one of the most powerful fat-soluble antioxidants in the body.
CoQ10 is a required nutrient found in every cell of your body, and is vital for providing energy to your cells, helping your organs perform at their best and protecting your cells and blood from oxidation. As we age, our natural Ubiquinol levels slowly decline, leaving us with less antioxidant protection.

There are two forms of CoQ10



Read more about the difference between Ubiquinol and regular CoQ10

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Ubiquinol vs Coenzyme Q10

More easily absorbed

Ubiquinol is the active form of CoQ10 which has been reduced to make it more readily usable by your body

Strong antioxidant

Helps protect the body’s cells from damage caused by free radicals

Heart support

Helps maintain a healthy heart and vascular system

Cholesterol support

Helps maintain healthy LDL cholesterol levels in healthy people

Assists with exercise recovery

Lowers the degree of inflammation in muscles after intense physical exercise

Impoves fertility

Ubiquinol supports healthy male fertility

Ubiquinol is available in a supplement form at health food stores, pharmacies and online vitamin stores, nationally.
buyer’s guide

Ask your health practitioner or local pharmacist for the best product 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.