Doctor’s Best High Absorption CoQ10 with BioPerine (100 mg) 120 softgels
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Because of the extraordinary energy demands of our workable heart, CoQ10 is found in heart muscle tissue at its highest concentration. CoQ10 supports the heart through mitochondrial bioenergy, the process of transforming cellular energy. Various studies have demonstrated that oral CoQ10 has an effective effect on the improvement of functional capacity and endothelial function and myocardial ventricular contractility for people with heart defects. In addition, CoQ10 helps to promote overall cardiovascular health by confronting cardiovascular oxidative stress and endothelial cells (Blood vessel wall).
This type of antioxidant activity can improve lipid structure and support healthy blood vessels and circulation and potentially create a more favorable cardiovascular environment. Statins are a class of medications that lower lipids widely used in modern medicine to reduce cholesterol levels and enhance cardiovascular health. Studies showed that one of its side effects is a reduction in body levels of endogenous CoQ10.11-14.
Several studies have shown that statin-induced CoQ10 loss could be reversed without the CoQ10 supplementation having adverse effects on the cholesterol-lowering property of statin drugs. With regard to bioenergy, supplementation with CoQ10 preserves energy turnover in mitochondria–our cellular power plants–by maintaining ATP synthesis at optimum levels.
Maintaining normal use of energy and supply is crucial for maintaining the ideal biochemical condition of the cell. However, during the natural course of aging, this ideal biochemical state may be compromised. Although the mechanism of aging is unclear, several studies conclude that CoQ10 can be involved in age-related alterations of membrane cells and tissues as carriers in mitochondrial bioenergy and lipophilic
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- Dietary supplement
- Supports heart function and energy production in cells*
- Naturally fermented Pharmaceutical Grade CoQ10
High Absorption CoQ10 contains pure, vegetarian coenzyme Q10, plus BioPerine and rosemary oil, in an olive oil base. CoQ10 is a nutrient that supports heart function and promotes energy production in cells.* BioPerine, an herbal extract derived from black pepper fruit, promotes absorption of nutrients in the GI tract.* Preliminary studies have shown that BioPerine increases CoQ10 absorption. Rosemary oilis added to ensure freshness and stability.* Rosemary oil is added to ensure freshness and stability.
The black pepper fruit extract used in this product is BioPerine, a patented standardized extract containing 95% piperine from Sabinsa Corp.
Suggested Adult Use: Take 1 capsule daily with food.
Serving Size: 1 softgel
Serving per container: 120 servings
Amount Per Serving %DV
Coenzyme Q10 100 mg
Black pepper ext. (fruit)(BioPerine) 5 mg
Daily Value not established.
Other Ingredients: Extra virgin olive oil (non-GMO), beeswax, lecithin, rosemary oil, softgel capsule (gelatin, glycerin, purified water, annatto, [natural plant-source coloring agent used as a light barrier]).
Contains nothing other than listed ingredients.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Antioxidants: CoQ10 deficiency can affect mitochondrial energy generation and increase the reactive oxidation production. Many studies have suggested that CoQ10 supplementation could help to preserve mitochondrial energy turnover and therefore maintain optimal vital functionality. Therefore, CoQ10 oral supplementation supports healthy age.*24,25.
Human ability to reproduce also decreases with age. Several research studies were carried out to study the links between oxidative stress and the human reproductive healthcare system 26. Male reproductive health has been linked to the antioxidant capacity of seminal plasma and the potent antioxidant activity of CoQ10.27-29.
Supports the Immune Function
Immune cells need large amounts of energy for the defense of the immune system when they fight for us. Among the most metabolically active in body cells, they thus have high requirements on CoQ10.3 Although not studied extensively in human beings, there is some clinical evidence that immune response may benefit by adding CoQ10.11 Investigators suggested that these immune-enhancing actions may benefit elderly people in particular because CoQ10 is reduced with age (niveaux st st).
Versatile antioxidant support Regenerates
Other antioxidants in the body
Within the cell, antioxidants are used as teams to prevent damaging cell structures from free radicals. An antioxidant such as vitamin E must give up an electron in order to neutralize a free radical, that is, it is oxidized. It must be regenerated back into its “reduced” form by acquiring an electron to replace the donated electron before it can again work as an antioxidant. This requires the assistance of other antioxidants.
A key antioxidant that runs between oxidized and reduced forms is the vitamin C, vitamin E, glutathione and alpha-lipoic acido. This is required to maintain the balance between oxidation and its reverse-the neutralization by antioxidants of free radicals. Coenzyme Q10 is a unique fat soluble antioxidant known in its reduced shape as ubiquinone or ubiquinol because it is “ubicuous” (which occurs everywhere), that occurs in nearly every living cell.
In a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study in which subjects had lower than normal blood vitamin A, C, E and beta-carotene antioxidant levels, a 28 day supplementation by COQ10 resulted in a marked increase in blood levels compared to placebo for these antioxidants.
Vitamin E regeneration was observed in several studies after administration of CoQ10. Beyond its essential bioenergy and the fat-soluble antioxidant energy it provides to ensure the integrity of our neurons and cardiovascular tissues, Coenzyme Q10 is studied in several different health applications. Researchers have concluded that CoQ10 can help in the restructuring of skin with wrinkles (due to ultraviolet-B light).
Many studies were conducted to study the relationship between CoQ10 and exercise, physical performance or energy metabolism. The effect of CoQ10 supplementation on the autonomic nervous system, integral to energy metabolism, was investigated in such a recent study.
You found that subjects given additional CoQ10 had increased fat oxidation (enhanced fat metabolism) during exercise in low intensity. Although larger studies are required to confirm this, new exciting prospects for the use of additional CoQ10 are introduced.