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Why we need Ubiquinol

Ubiquinol and its effect on energy levels

Ever wondered why you may be feeling tired? You could be suffering from a lack of Ubiquinol in the body. Ubiquinol provides every cell in the body with energy so that it can function and is also a powerful antioxidant.

To consume the recommended 100mg of Ubiquinol a day you’d have to eat: 3.5kg of beef, 120 cans of sardines or 60 avocados daily! Or you can simply try Kaneka Ubiquinol™, with 17 years of research behind it, it’s the only, quality Ubiquinol on the market naturally produced by yeast fermentation.

Ubiquinol helps you with:

Cardiovascular Health

Helps maintain and promote a healthy heart2,3

Promotes vascular health3

Promotes healthy fertility

Protects sperm cells from oxidative damage10

May play a role in sperm cell energy production and motility10

Has been shown to improve sperm count11

Antioxidant support

Provides antioxidant support that conventional CoQ10 (Ubiquinone) cannot provide6

Is the most powerful known, fat-soluble antioxidant in the body6

Is a potent antioxidant and free radical scavenger7

Energy & fatigue Prevention support

Fuels the energy-producing mitochondria found in almost all cells in our body and supports 95% of the body’s energy production4

May help relieve symptoms of fatigue5

Performance and Recovery

May boost the power production of trained athletes, enhancing their physical performance8

May lower the degree of inflammation in muscles after intense physical exercise9

Cholesterol support

Has been proven to help maintain healthy LDL cholesterol levels in healthy people12

May help replenish decreased levels of Ubiquinol from taking statins13,14

Our Recent Articles

1. Wada H, Goto H, Hagiwara S, Yamamoto Y. Redox status of coenzyme Q10 is associated with chronological age. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2007;55:1141–1142.

2. Mortensen SA, Rosenfeldt F, Kumar A, Dolliner P, Filipiak KJ, Pella D, et al. (2014) The effect of coenzyme Q10 on morbidity and mortality in chronic heart failure: results from Q-SYMBIO: a randomized double-blind trial. JACC Heart Fail 2: 641–649.

3. Lee B-J, Lin Y-C, Huang Y-C, Ko Y-W, Hsia S, Lin P-T. The Relationship between Coenzyme Q10, Oxidative Stress, and Antioxidant Enzymes Activities and Coronary Artery Disease. The Scientific World Journal. 2012;2012:792756.

4. Bhagavan HN, Chopra RK. Plasma coenzyme Q10 response to oral ingestion of coenzyme Q10 formulations. Mitochondrion 2007;S7:S78-88.

5. Sanoobar, M. et al. Coenzyme Q10 as a treatment for fatigue and depression in multiple sclerosis patients: A double blind randomized clinical trial. Nutritional Neuroscience. 2016. Vol. 19, Iss. 3, 138-143.

6. Ernster L, Forsmark-Andree P. Ubiquinol: an endogenous antioxidant in aerobic organisms. Clin Invest. 1993;71:S60–S65

7. Rahman K. Studies on free radicals, antioxidants, and co-factors. Clinical Interventions in Aging. 2007;2(2):219-236.

8. Alf D, Schmidt ME, Siebrecht SC. Ubiquinol supplementation enhances peak power production in trained athletes: a double-blind, placebo controlled study. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. 2013;10:24.

9. Sarmiento, A., Diaz-Castro, J., Pulido-Moran, M., Moreno-Fernandez, J., Kajarabille, N., Chirosa, I., Guisado, I. M., Javier Chirosa, L., Guisado, R. and Ochoa, J. J. (2016), Short-term ubiquinol supplementation reduces oxidative stress associated with strenuous exercise in healthy adults: A randomized trial. BioFactors, 42: 612–622.

10. Thakur AS, Littarru GP, Funahashi I, Painkara US, Dange NS, Chauhan P. Effect of Ubiquinol Therapy on Sperm Parameters and Serum Testosterone Levels in Oligoasthenozoospermic Infertile Men. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research : JCDR. 2015;9(9):BC01-BC03.

11. Safarinejad, M et al, 2012, Journal of Urology, ‘Effects of the reduced form of coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinol) on semen parameters in men with idiopathic infertility: a double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized study’, 188(2):526-31

12. Schmelzer, C., Niklowitz, P., Okun, J. G., Haas, D., Menke, T. and Döring, F. (2011), Ubiquinol-induced gene expression signatures are translated into altered parameters of erythropoiesis and reduced low density lipoprotein cholesterol levels in humans. IUBMB Life, 63: 42–48.

13. Skarlovnik A, Janic M, Lunder M, Turk M, Sabovic M. Coenzyme Q10 Supplementation Decreases Statin-Relted Mild-to-Moderate Muscle Symptoms: A Randomized Clinical Study. Med Sci Monit, 2014; 20:2183-2188.

14. Zlatohlavek, L, et al. The effect of coenzyme Q10 in statin myopathy. Neuroendocrinol Letters, 2012; 33: 98-101.

DISCLAIMER

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.