Health Benefits and Uses of Ubiquinol CoQ10
Super Antioxidant for Energy and Heart Health
Ubiquinol CoQ10 Health Benefits
Ubiquinol should not be confused with the oxidised form of Coenzyme Q10, known as Ubiquinone. Kaneka QH Ubiquinol is the active, non-oxidised form of CoQ10, developed and produced by Kaneka in Japan. Kaneka QH Ubiquinol is naturally fermented from yeast and is biologically identical to the Ubiquinol in your body.
- Bio-available - Kaneka QH Ubiquinol is the form of CoQ10 that the body naturally produces, meaning there is no need for this to be converted from Ubiquinone and it is more effectively used as a result.
- Antioxidant - Supports the management of free radical activity in the body.
- Strenghtens - Ubiquinol supports and strengthens vital organs such as the heart.
Ubiquinol is a naturally occuring nutrient in the body, with levels most concentrated in organs that use the most energy, including the heart, liver and kidneys. The powerful antioxidant helps to protect the organs from damage and provides cellular energy.
Ubiquinol is a fat-soluble nutrient and extremely sensitive to oxidation. Therefore it is often found in an oil-emulsion because the oil protects it from oxidation and supports absorption. That is why we have added genuine Kaneka QH Ubiquinol to our Omega-3/QH Ultra Fish Oil under a nitrogen blanket to protect it from oxidation, while optimising the efficacy of the product.
Uses of Ubiquinol CoQ10
Ubiquinol plays a crucial role in ATP synthesis. This naturally occurring process in the body produces energy and is considered to be one of the most important functions in cellular systems. However, it also has other benefits to overall health.
Studies have suggested that Ubiquinol supports healthy neurological and brain function.
Ubiquinol may support the health of the heart muscle and overall system.
Ubiquinol is an extremely powerful antioxidant and helps to manage free radical activity in the body.
Signs You May Need Ubiquinol CoQ10
As we age, the level of Ubiquinol in our body decreases. This is particularly the case once we surpass 40 years of age, or if we are on statin medication. Statin medications drastically deplete the natural levels of Ubiquinol by blocking the production of Ubiquinol in the liver. Ubiquinol is also an especially important nutrient to supplement if you have a family history of heart related concerns.
Other Ingredients That May Be Of Interest
Ubiquinone – The oxidised form of Coenzyme Q10, Ubiquinone is more stable than Ubiquinol and can be found in supplements. While it is effective, the body still needs to convert it into Ubiquinol in the body. Once over the age of 40, this conversion becomes less effective. It should be noted that even if your body can convert the Ubiquinone to Ubiquinol, higher doses of Ubiquinone are required.
Synonyms and Similar Forms of Ubiquinol CoQ10
Ubiquinone, CoEnzyme Q10, CoQ10
Products containing Ubiquinol CoQ10