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“An Ally Against Aging”: Dr Oz Recommends 100 mg per day.
See Article from Dr Oz. While Dr. Oz recommends using CoQ10 in a daily regimen, he is not connected to our dietary supplement business. We are simply quoting him as a public authority on health issues.
50 mgs Twice Daily
Divide Your 100 mg Dose into
Morning and Evening
Secret Supplement for Natural Energy -CoQ10 Ubiquinol – A Heart Health Product
Now Soy Free Formula!
Ubiquinol – is simply the best!
Improves Energy Levels
Shown to Decrease Blood Pressure
Slows Down the Aging Process
Enhances Immune System
Proven Heart Health Benefits
Nullifies some side effects of pharmaceutical drugs
Taking a Statin to Lower Cholesterol?
Statins are very effective in removing cholesterol, but also reduce the availability of Ubiquinol in your heart!
Cholesterol is a fatty compound found in the fats in your blood and is an important component of human health, but high levels of cholesterol in blood are linked to risk of cardiovascular disease. Doctors prescribe statin drugs to help lower cholesterol. Statin medications work by inhibiting your body’s production of cholesterol. However, statins are indiscriminate and also remove Ubiquinol and a whole host of other essential nutrients and vitamins.
According to Suzy Cohen, author of Drug Muggers, along with statin drugs, “There are over 200 medications that can reduce CoQ10 levels in the body, among them estrogen hormones, diabetic and blood pressure medications and acid reflux drugs. The deficiency can cause what looks like a new ‘disease’ such as fibromyalgia pain, fatigue, leg cramps, spasms, memory loss, or liver problems.”
Ubiquinol, one of the most popular nutrients used for heart health, is the biologically active form of CoQ10. It is ideal for people taking cholesterol reducing medicines because Ubiquinol restores CoQ10 levels that are diminished by statin drugs.
Video: “How do statins affect Ubiquinol levels?” hosted by Keri Glassman
Side Effects of Statin Drugs
Decreased Ubiquinone levels
Raised Liver Enzymes
Muscle pain and weakness (Myalgia)
Slight increased risk of diabetes
Taking Ubiquinol can counteract the decreased CoQ10 levels associated with statin drugs, and may help decrease associated muscle pain.
CoQ10 is the energy boost needed especially in the heart muscle!
One of the most common complaints of our senior citizens and baby boomers is a lack of energy. It’s common and expected and assumed that as we age we slow down. More muscle aches and cramps, joint problems, weight problems, the list goes on. Some of the energy decline is a natural occurrence, but much of it is pharmaceutically induced.
If You Take Lipitor®, Zocor® or Any Other Cholesterol-Lowering Drug: “The widespread use of statins — cholesterol lowering drugs — is of concern because they lower natural levels of CoQ10. “Since CoQ10 is needed in the chain of events that produces energy, reduced CoQ10 levels may lower cell energy metabolism. “This might show up as cardiomyopathy with exercise intolerance — heart failure.” — The Lancet Medical Journal
PLUS, more than 120 OTHER prescription drugs can cause severe CoQ10 deficiencies in your body! The ONLY way to make sure your heart, your brain, your muscles and every organ in your body has the CoQ10 needed for optimum health and faster healing is to take CoQ10 supplements daily.
If you are over 30, you should know that CoQ10 production in the body diminishes as we age. By the time you are 50 years old, the lack of muscle energy is noticed on a daily basis. Ubiquinol is the best product on the market today for replacing missing CoQ10.
If you are on statin medication, it’s guaranteed that you are cutting of the CoQ10 production in your own body. If you take any pharmaceutical drugs, there is a high probability that you are losing more CoQ10.
Ubiquinol is the answer to the energy production needs of those who want to stay active later in life.
Optimal Health Bridge has joined in the distribution with a very important nutrient from Kaneka, Japan’s largest producer of CoQ10. Ubiquinol is the “reduced” form of CoQ10.
Most CoQ10 must be taken with fat in order for it to absorb in the body. For years we have been selling CoQ10 Q-Gels from Tischon which is a water soluble form that is 3 times more absorbable.
Now, we are able to bring you 50 mg softgels of pure ubiquinol. This form of CoQ10 will absorb immediately in the body and serve the areas of the body where it is most needed.
It’s important to note that your body produces CoQ10 but after age 30 we start to lose some of that production. Since it is the enzyme that makes ATP for muscular energy, the heart truly needs this supplement for it’s non-stop work. Many heart ailments can be helped by supplementing with CoQ10.
CoQ10 is the “King of Cardiac Nutrients.” If you are on a statin regimen, if you use red rice yeast, then CoQ10 becomes that much more important.
Optimal Health Bridge is very happy to be able to bring you the purest form of CoQ10, that is “pre-converted” and ready for immediate use by the muscles in your body, especially the most important muscle of all, your heart.
– Garey Simmons, Health and Lifestyle Educator
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