Coenzyme Q10, also known as ubiquinone, ubidecarenone, coenzyme Q. Usual abbreviations are: CoQ, or Q10.

Q10 plays a crucial role in the generation of cellular energy an in free radical scavenging in the human body.

Although Q10 can be synthesized in the human body, after the age of 35 to 40, the organism produces less Q10 and begins to lose its ability to synthesize Co Q10 from food.
Ageing, poor eating habits, stress and infection also affect the ability to provide adequate amounts of Q10. People with certain diseases, as diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, and heart problems, tend to have low levels of CoQ10. Taking supplements with Q10 can help increase Q10 level in the body.
Q10 shows positive effects in migraine and Parkinson treatments, acts as a natural aid in lowering cholesterol and improving heart health.

Q10 is often as a drug and food supplement ingredients, as well as an ingredient for topical cosmetic products.

As a cosmetic ingredient Q10 is mainly used as an antioxidant to protect the cells against the ageing process induced by free radicals.

Coenzyme Q10 is manufactured by fermenting beets and sugar cane with special strains of yeast.

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