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Today, we'll talk about the 4 Proven Benefits of CoQ10 and one BIG problem you should be aware of if you're planning to take or already take CoQ10 supplements.
Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 is a fat-soluble compound found in virtually every cell membrane in the human body. It is most abundant in the heart, liver, kidneys and pancreas. CoQ10 exists in either Ubiquinone (the inactive form), or Ubiquinol (the active form).
The body can synthesize its own CoQ10 from tyrosine or phenylalanine, aided by vitamin B6, but as we age (or take statin drugs), CoQ10 production decreases.
CoQ10 has two main biochemical functions:
CoQ10 is vital for energy production. It moves electrons in the mitochondria to enable life-sustaining biochemical reactions, specifically the conversion of glucose into ATP.
CoQ10 as Ubiquinol is the most powerful fat-soluble antioxidant in the body. As a "reduced" compound, Ubiquinol either donates extra electrons to appease the free radicals that are trashing the body, or regenerate weakened antioxidants.
CoQ10 Could Reduce Blood Pressure
CoQ10 supplementation could moderately lower systolic blood pressure by up to 17 points and diastolic blood pressure by up to 10 points in hypertensive individuals, perhaps by promoting vasodilatory actions of Nitric Oxide.1
It Supports Heart and Skeletal Muscles
CoQ10 supplementation could significantly improve heart function and quality of life, as well as symptoms of heart failure like shortness of breath, fatigue and swelling, and even reduce deaths from adverse cardiac incidents.2-5
CoQ10 supplementation in heart attack survivors could improve heart function and exercise tolerance, and decrease chest pains and arrhythmias. Over the long-term CoQ10 supplementation may lower cardiac incidents and reduced rehospitalizations.6-8
In patients undergoing bypass and valve surgeries, pre-surgery CoQ10 supplementation could aid in recovery.9-11
People who are experiencing statin-related muscle weakness and pain may experience up to 50% improvement of symptoms with CoQ10 supplementation.
CoQ10 May Restore Arterial Health
CoQ10 supplementation may significantly improve endothelial function and restore normal blood flow in patients with atherosclerosis.12-16
Supplementation Improves Migraines
CoQ10 supplementation could also significantly reduce duration, symptoms and frequency of migraine headaches.17-19
The BIG Problem Is...
CoQ10 is lipophilic, insoluble in water, has limited solubility in lipids, and is a pretty large molecule. Because of its molecular structure, CoQ10 has notoriously poor absorption. When ingested as a supplement, as much as 60% of the dose will just bounce off the intestinal walls and end up in the toilet.20
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* Individuals who are taking blood thinners are not recommended to take CoQ10 for possible drug interactions. Pregnant or lactating women are recommended to talk their doctor.
**All material provided within this video is for informational and educational purposes only, and is not to be construed as medical advice or instruction. No action should be taken solely on the contents of this video.
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2. Folkers K, Vadhanavikit S, Mortensen SA. Biochemical rationale and myocardial tissue data on the effective therapy of cardiomyopathy with coenzyme Q10. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1985;82(3):901-904.
3. Trupp RJ, Abraham WT. Congestive heart failure. In: Rakel RE, Bope ET,eds. Rakel: Conn's Current Therapy 2002. 54th ed. New York: W. B. Saunders Company; 2002:306-313.
4. Belardinelli R, Mucaj A, Lacalaprice F, et al. Coenzyme Q10 and exercise training in chronic heart failure. Eur Heart J. 2006; 27(22):2675-2681