Ubiquinol Research

Ubiquinol is backed by more than 45 years of research and 90+ studies.

Find out more about Ubiquinol’s health benefits and why switching to Ubiquinol can benefit you.

Ubiquinol Fast Facts

Support Cellular Energy

CoQ10, and its more active form, Ubiquinol, play a vital role in supporting cellular energy. They are concentrated in organs that require the most energy, such as the heart, kidney, liver and muscles.1, 9

Active and Major Form of CoQ10

Ubiquinol is the active and the major form of CoQ10 that naturally occurs in the body – more than 95% of the total CoQ10 in plasma in a young, healthy body is in the Ubiquinol form.4,5

Decrease CoQ10 Content As We Age

As we age, CoQ10 content in several organs is decreased9 and our body may converts less CoQ10 to Ubiquinol, thereby reducing essential antioxidant protection.

Antioxidant Ability

Ubiquinol’s antioxidant ability helps to “mop up” harmful free radicals that contribute to oxidative stress.8,9

Easily Absorbed than Natural CoQ10

Ubiquinol is more easily absorbed than standard CoQ10.2,3

Reduce Muscle Pain

Ubiquinol helps reduce muscle pain associated with cholesterol lowering statin medicines.6,7

Supplementation for Trained Athletes

Ubiquinol supplementation may enhance peak power production in trained athletes.10


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.