Ageing, Exercise, Recovery and Ubiquinol

Ageing, Exercise, Recovery and Ubiquinol

Jun 2021
Recent Article

As we grow older it is natural for our body’s Ubiquinol levels to decline which in turn may affect how we perform physically [1]. After age 30, our bodies’ natural Ubiquinol levels begin to deplete. Consistent and regular exercise may have a great effect on one’s health, however, as we age our body begins to feel the impact of this type of movement. 

A clinical trial following 100 young and healthy German Olympic athletes found that taking a Ubiquinol supplementation regularly over a 6-week period significantly enhanced their peak physical performance by up to 11%.[2]

The same study suggested that Ubiquinol supplementation may have broader benefits beyond the realm of elite competitive sport. Meaning that everyday people, both young and elderly, may also experience an improvement in their physical performance from taking ubiquinol.

As we burn energy during physical activity, our body produces molecules with unpaired electrons (known as free radicals or ROS in scientific speak) which may interfere with the body tissue function. This may lead to oxidative stress, which in turn may accelerate health problems. Excessive physical exertion may produce potentially damaging oxidants during and after exertion, and as it is the role of antioxidants, including ubiquinol, found naturally in the body to combat these oxidants (free radicals) to help reduce oxidative stress. During and after this intense physical exertion it may become harder to exercise without feeling as though you are putting your body through excessive physical strain [3]. 

Ubiquinol, which is the active form of CoQ10, helps to support cellular energy production levels, which includes the cells found in the heart and the muscles [4]. Thus it becomes apparent as to why the depletion of energy in these areas may affect physical performance.

If feeling low on energy has been a leading reason as to why you have not been exercising consistently, you may wish to consider supplementing with ubiquinol, along with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Ubiquinol has many health benefits, including supporting heart health,  supporting cellular energy productions, supporting fertility, reducing the impact of oxidative stress and helping support overall health and wellbeing.

Seek advice from a healthcare practitioner to determine if supplementation is right for you. Always read the label. 

[1] Linnane, A. W., Zhang, C., Yarovaya, N., Kopsidas, G., Kovalenko, S., Papakostopoulos, P., … & Richardson, M. (2002). Human aging and global function of coenzyme Q10. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 959(1), 396-411. <https://nyaspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1749-6632.2002.tb02110.>

[2] [1] Alf, D., Schmidt, M.E. & Siebrecht, S.C. Ubiquinol supplementation enhances peak power production in trained athletes: a double-blind, placebo controlled study. J Int Soc Sports Nutr 10, 24 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1186/1550-2783-10-24

[3] Tian, G, Sawashita, Kubo, H, Nishio, S, Hashimoto, S, Suzuki, N,Yoshimura, H, Tsuruoka, M, Wang, Y, Liu, Y, Luo, H,  Xu, Z, Mori, M, Mitsuaki, K, Hosoe, K, Takeda, T, Usami, S, Higuchi, K. (2014). Ubiquinol-10 Supplementation Activates Mitochondria Functions to Decelerate Senescence in Senescence-Accelerated Mice. Antioxidants & Redox Signaling. 20(16):2606-20 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. DOI: 10.1089/ars.2013.5406[4] Mendelsohn, B. A., Bennett, N. K., Darch, M. A., Yu, K., Nguyen, M. K., Pucciarelli, D., … & Nakamura, K. (2018). A high-throughput screen of real-time ATP levels in individual cells reveals mechanisms of energy failure. PLoS biology, 16(8), e2004624. <https://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.2004624>

You can share this by:

Ubiquinol Headlines

APP 2024

Kaneka Ubiquinol at APP 2024

Feb 2024Category: Ageing, Antioxidants, cardiovascular health, Cholesterol, complementary medicine, Conferences, Energy, Fatigue, Fertility, Health, Health Industry, Heart, Immunity, Kaneka, Mitochondrial health, UbiquinolRead More
FFWS2024

Functional Foods for Wellness Summit 2024 in Malaysia

Feb 2024Category: Ageing, Antioxidants, cardiovascular health, Cholesterol, chronic fatigue syndrome, complementary medicine, Conference, Conferences, Energy, Fertility, Health, Health Industry, Heart, Kaneka, Mitochondrial health, Nutrition, UbiquinolRead More
Picture of a heart

The Links to Mitochondrial Quality and Ubiquinol for Heart Health

Feb 2024Category: cardiovascular health, Cholesterol, complementary medicine, Energy, Health, Heart, Mitochondrial health, Nutrition, UbiquinolRead More
MPS WEBINAR -GINA -CVS HEALTH AND UBIQUINOL

Ubiquinol Unveiled: Exploring Clinical Advancements in Cardiovascular Health with Pharmacist, Gina Koay

Feb 2024Category: cardiovascular health, complementary medicine, Health, Health Industry, Heart, Mitochondrial health, post pandemic, UbiquinolRead More

Cardiovascular Health Webinar for NutraIngredients Australasia

Jan 2024Category: Antioxidants, cardiovascular health, Cholesterol, chronic fatigue syndrome, dr ross walker, Energy, Fitness, Health, Heart, Kaneka, long covid, Mitochondrial health, Nutrition, Online, UbiquinolRead More

Short-term Ubiquinol for Exercise Performance

Jan 2024Category: Antioxidants, Endurance, Energy, Fatigue, Fitness, Nutrition, UbiquinolRead More

Ubiquinol Leads Ingredient Focus for Alibaba e-Commerce Platform

Nov 2023Category: China, Health Industry, Kaneka, UbiquinolRead More

Sales increase for Kaneka Ubiquinol on Tmall

Nov 2023Category: China, Health Industry, Kaneka, UbiquinolRead More
1 2 25 26