How important is COQ10?

It’s very helpful for energy and the immune system

These benifits of taking Coenzyme Q10 – increased energy, improved metabolism, weight loss, cell protection, neuological health, and better cardiovascular health – are well established.

Most people over 50 have a hard time converting CoQ10 into its usable form. The lion’s share of the valuable CoQ10 enzyme disappears – making it impossible to give your cells the protection and nourishment they need.

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Better absorption means you can get more CoQ10 in your system while actually taking fewer pills.

I use CoQmax CF by XYMOGEN – it’s in a stronger form – so it is much more easily absorbed.

The outer caplet is a soft gel encasing a precisely measured dosage of 50 mg – my daily recommended requirements – of liquid ubiquinol CoQ10.

The smooth outer caplet is easy to swallow. Once inside your body, the gel quickly dissolves, rapidly releasing liquid CoQ10. This highly water soluble liquid is rapidly – and fully – absorbed into your system.

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CoQmax CF contains CoQ10 that helps increase energy … improve metabolic function, cell protection, better cardiovascular health and weight loss.

Heart health … according to the Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology, a number of clinical studies have found CoQ10 promotes cardiovascular health.

Blood sugar … an Australian study showed that patients who took CoQ10 were able to maintain blood sugar levels that are already within the normal range.

Vision … in a recent clinical trial, taking CoQ10 for a year helped them see more clearly.

Cognition … an animal study performed at Johns Hopkins University found that CoQ10 supplementation improves learning and memory.

Gum health … CoQ10 can improve gum and oral health.

Clear-headed comfort … in one study, more than 6 out of 10 patients treated with CoQ10 daily reported feeling more clear-headed comfort.

Oxidative stress … CoQmax CF is a powerful antioxidant, eliminating the free radicals that can cause damage to cell membranes and mitochondria.

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