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RECOMMENDATION NO 3

UBIQUINOL CoQ10

Take CoQ10 For Your Heart, Brain, Kidneys and More

Koenzym Q10 Ubichinol

About 95% of cellular energy is produced from structures in your cells called mitochondria. Coenzyme Q10 is incorporated into the mitochondria where it facilitates transformation of fats and sugars into energy. CoQ10’s ability to restore mitochondrial function has a profound effect on overall health1-5 … with beneficial effects to the heart,5-27 brain,5,28-38 kidneys,39-42 and other tissues.5,43-59 And when CoQ10 levels diminish, the ability of cells to sustain even basic metabolic functions is impaired.

Ubiquinol is the biologically superior form of CoQ10, and an effective neutralizer of free radicals that can damage the polyunsaturated fatty acids of your cell membranes.

Super Ubiquinol CoQ10 with Enhanced Mitochondrial Support combines ubiquinol CoQ10 with a proprietary form of the adaptogen shilajit, scientifically shown to double levels of CoQ10 in the mitochondria60… to restore and sustain cellular energy.

Scientific analysis shows that shilajit itself is rich in essential compounds that promote mitochondrial metabolism. Combining ubiquinol CoQ10 with shilajit supports more youthful cellular energy production than CoQ10 alone. When shilajit is combined with CoQ10, cellular energy production has been shown to increase by 56% in the brain (40% better than CoQ10 alone) … and 144% in muscle (27% better than CoQ10 alone).61

Researchers found that shilajit stabilizes ubiquinol CoQ10 to prolong its action at the cellular level62,63 … and facilitates more efficient delivery of CoQ10 into the mitochondria for greater cellular energy output.64-68

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