CoQ10 and the CoQ10 cycle play fundamental roles in the antioxidant and energy systems of the body. The ubiquinone form of CoQ10 is produced in the mitochondria, where it directly participates in energy production by accepting electrons in the electron transport chain. Through the action of an oxidoreductase enzyme, ubiquinone is rapidly converted to ubiquinol, the lipidsoluble form that supports antioxidant activity throughout the body. Conversion of ubiquinone to ubiquinol declines with age, particularly after age 40. Supplementation may help maintain normal levels of ubiquinol in the body as well as address drug-induced nutrient depletion of CoQ10. Until recently, the ubiquinol form had not been effective as a supplement because it was chemically unstable and easily oxidized. CoQmax Ubiquinol™ contains a patented, absorbable form of ubiquinol that maintains its structure and stability in the gastrointestinal environment.*
Adults: Take one to two softgels daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or are taking a blood pressure or blood thinner medication.