The two most important roles CoQ10 plays are:-
CoQ10 occurs in two different forms, ubiquinone and ubiquinol, to perform these functions. Our bodies convert ubiquinone to ubiquinol and recycle it back again. In fact, we need to convert ubiquinone to ubiquinol before it can be used in our cells.
However, several things—such as :-
can interfere with this process, thereby increasing the need for supplementation.
Who can benefit?
Max CoQ10 100mg
Max CoQnol 100mg is a non-GMO form of ubiquinol, which is the reduced, antioxidant form of CoQ10. Both ubiquinone and ubiquinol are critical to the cellular ATP (energy) production cycle. Without the presence of both ubiquinone and ubiquinol within the body’s cells, cellular energy cannot be generated or sustained. The ability to convert ubiquinone to ubiquinol may diminish with age and with increased oxidative stress in certain individuals.
Why choose our Max CoQ10formulation?
Max CoQ10softgels contain CoQ10 as ubiquinol, the more readily absorbed and more biologically active form that serves as an antioxidant and helps scavenge the free radicals implicated in some of the effects of aging and physical degeneration. Ubiquinol is also helpful for recycling other antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C. Moreover, the antioxidant effects of ubiquinol are more powerful than many other nutrients associated with this property, such as vitamin E and beta-carotene.
Made with non-GMO ingredients.
Manufactured in a GMP Registered Facility in the USA
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Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a nutrient that performs important functions throughout the body. It is particularly critical for the health of hardworking organs like the heart, liver, pancreas, and kidneys. The mitochondria—our body’s microscopic “power plants”—require CoQ10 to create energy. Our bodies naturally produce CoQ10, but certain conditions and medications increase our need for higher levels than our bodies can provide. It is difficult to obtain CoQ10 from foods, since the richest sources—organ meats—are not commonly eaten, and we would have to consume staggering amounts of other foods to meet our needs.
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