Endurance & Recovery
One in six couples in Australia and New Zealand suffer from infertility.1
More than a third of men aged over 40 years report having one or more reproductive health problems, all being more common among older men.2
Exercise and Ubiquinol
As you age, your levels of Ubiquinol decrease. Lower Ubiquinol levels mean that your body’s natural energy levels can drop, which can make it harder and harder to bounce back from your workouts.
A 2013 study1 showed Ubiquinol can also boost the power production of trained athletes. Athletes who received Ubiquinol increased their power per kilogram of body weight by over 2.5 percent in just six weeks, showing significantly enhanced physical performance compared to athletes who received a placebo.
A 2016 study2 demonstrated that supplementing with Ubiquinol may lower the degree of inflammation after exertion and intense physical exercise, which may help with muscle recovery.
To get the most out of your workout it is important to remember to pay attention to your body and find a balance between daily physical activity and recovery time.
Ubiquinol is available in a supplement form [Link to buyers guide] at health food stores, pharmacies and online vitamin stores, nationally.
Ask your health practitioner or local pharmacist for the best product for you. Questions for your healthcare professional [Link to FAQs]
- 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.
- 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.