Power Your Body to Keep Healthy in 2020 with Ubiquinol
Just like an engine, our body needs regular upkeep and maintenance to make sure that it is performing at its best. National Public Health Week has come around again and is a fantastic reminder of how important it is to keep our personal health in check.
Australia’s Health in Brief
Part of keeping our bodies functioning is noticing the warning signs of oncoming illness, connecting with health professionals and making the right decisions to fuel our body. Whilst Australians are living longer than ever before, half are living with at least one chronic health condition, many of which can be linked to lifestyle factors such as weight, level of physical activity and diet.
Even if you believe you are in excellent health, it’s always recommended to book in a visit with your GP or local health practitioner. Being able to start this dialogue with your GP is the first step towards a healthier you – always ask questions and stay informed on what is and isn’t healthy. Book in a time that suits you this month so you can keep powering through 2020.
Fuel Your Body
If our body is an engine, our first step towards health is giving it the right ‘fuel’ to ensure it works properly, and to the best of its abilities! Cooking nutritious meals and preparing snacks loaded with the right minerals and vitamins is a great way to keep your body running smoothly. Try to incorporate wholefoods like vegetables, fruit, wholegrains, nuts and lean proteins to ensure your body is given what it needs to function at its best. It’s also important to always maintain hydration throughout the day and no matter the season, as it will help deliver nutrients to cells, keep your organs functioning properly and help to prevent infections, among many other positive benefits.
If you’re wanting an extra boost to keep your body in tip top shape, it might be time to consider the benefits of Ubiquinol supplementation. As a lipid-soluble antioxidant, Ubiquinol is essential for energy production in the cells of our body and provides protection against inflammation and oxidative stress. However, as we age, our body’s ability to produce CoQ10 declines, as does the ability to convert it into Ubiquinol – leaving our Ubiquinol levels depleted and potentially causing tiredness and effects on productivity and overall wellbeing. Consider Ubiquinol supplementation to help to support your natural energy levels and ensure you’re functioning at your best.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. Talk to your health practitioner to see if Ubiquinol is suitable for you and your lifestyle.
 Hernandez-Camacho, J.D., Bernier, M., Lopez-Lluch, G. and Navas, P. (2018). Coenzyme Q10 Supplementation in Aging and Disease. Frontiers in Physiology 9: 44.