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Ubiquinol is an advanced form of CoQ10. It supplies CoQ10’s energizing antioxidant benefits in a highly active, easy-to-absorb form. Ubiquinol supplement's wellness benefits include:

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What is Ubiquinol?

Ubiquinol is the “activated” form of Coenzyme Q-10 (CoQ10). An important antioxidant, it exists in practically all cells occurring in nature, from microorganisms to complex animals. Regular CoQ10 must be converted in the body to ubiquinol in order to provide antioxidant activity. But as we age, starting around age 40, CoQ10 levels decline and we lose the ability to perform this conversion. For those over age 40, ubiquinol may be preferable to CoQ10 because it is pre-converted, “ready to burn,” and twice as absorbable as CoQ10.**

As a fat-soluble antioxidant, ubiquinol can protect cell membranes and DNA from the damaging, age-accelerating effects of free radicals. Considered the strongest fat-soluble antioxidant that the body can make, ubiquinol also has the ability to “recharge” the antioxidant power of vitamin C and vitamin E. Due to this unique antioxidant activity, ubiquinol is considered an effective nutrient for anti-aging wellness.**

Ubiquinol is also a necessary compound for energy production in all cells in the body. It is most concentrated in energy-intensive organs and tissues, especially the heart and brain, but is also present in the liver, kidneys and lungs. Evidence suggests that ubiquinol catalyzes 95% of the body’s energy. This may account for the nutrient’s reputation for boosting energy levels and whole-life vitality.**

Ubiquinol benefits cardiovascular wellness. Since it is concentrated in the heart and promotes cellular energy, it is associated with peak cardiac energy and a stable, efficient heartbeat. Ubiquinol’s antioxidant activity protects cardiac tissues from free radical damage. This may be especially important because the heart, which beats 10,000 times per day, is a site of constant oxidative stress. Additional research suggests that ubiquinol promotes circulation and healthy blood vessels while helping to maintain blood pressure and cholesterol levels that are already within normal range.**

Statin drugs for high cholesterol, which are the most commonly prescribed drugs in America, are known to deplete the body’s CoQ10 levels. These statin drug-induced depletions may leave the heart vulnerable to health problems. Ubiquinol supplements raise CoQ10 levels in the blood and replenish healthy antioxidant levels in the heart.**

Ubiquinol’s protective antioxidant activity extends to the brain, where the nutrient is linked with youthful mental clarity and healthy cognitive performance. It may also help with gum health, immune system performance and anti-aging skin care.**

Ubiquinol Supplements

As with any nutritional supplement, speak with your doctor before adding ubiquinol to your daily wellness routine. Ubiquinol supplements are presented in airtight softgels that protect and preserve the fragile nutrient. These supplements are a relatively new breakthrough; ubiquinol has only been available in supplement form since 2006.**

Ubiquinol Directions for Use

There is no standard ubiquinol dosage; the nutrient is often presented in serving sizes ranging from 50 mg to 200 mg. Consult your healthcare practitioner before adding this supplement to your wellness regimen.**