Vitality Boost Ubiquinol

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Description

A high-absorption form of ubiquinol, which is 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 so this form is preferred for those over 50 years of age.‡

Manufactured in a US FDA inspected facility.  GMP Compliant.   Purity and Potency Guaranteed!   We use the highest quality raw materials available. Testing is done at various stages of production.

‡ These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Ubiquinol 100mg. 60 Softgels.

MANUFACTURED IN THE U.S.

THIS ITEM SHIPS WITHIN THE U.S. ONLY.

High Absorption Ubiquinol by Kaneka

Chiron Scientific, LLC

REQUIRED DISCLAIMER: THIS INFORMATION IS PROVIDED FOR THE USE OF LICENSED/CERTIFIED HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS & EDUCATED LAYPERSONS. IT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSED ONLY. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO DISCUSS CHANGES IN DIET AND SUPPLEMENTATION WITH YOUR DOCTOR &/OR OTHER HEALTH/NUTRITION SPECIALIST. THESE DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS ARE NOT INTENDED TO CURE, TREAT, PREVENT, DIAGNOSE OR MITIGATE ANY DISEASE OR OTHER MEDICAL CONDITION.

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Ubiquinol and Energy Production

Ubiquinol a form of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), and is a lipid-soluble antioxidant. It plays an important role in the synthesis of ATP, a molecule that forms part of the body’s energy cycle and is vital for many cellular functions and is a vital substance found naturally in every cell of the human body. It plays a critical role in cellular energy production, particularly in the mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell. Ubiquinol is responsible for converting food into energy, making it essential for the healthy functioning of all cells, tissues, and organs, especially those with high energy demands like the heart and liver.

One of the key health benefits of ubiquinol is its impact on heart health. Research has demonstrated that CoQ10, including its ubiquinol form, can improve symptoms of congestive heart failure, potentially reducing the risk of heart-related complications and diseases. This effect is believed to be due to its ability to improve energy production in heart muscle cells and its antioxidant properties, which help combat oxidative stress, a major contributor to heart disease.

Additionally, ubiquinol is known for its ability to maintain healthy energy levels. By optimizing energy production at a cellular level, it supports overall vitality and well-being. This aspect is particularly beneficial for individuals experiencing fatigue or energy depletion. Moreover, some clinical studies have found that CoQ10 supplements, including ubiquinol, can reduce swelling in the legs, alleviate fluid in the lungs, and enhance breathing, further supporting its role in promoting overall health and wellness.

About Ubiqunol:

Ubiquinol serves as a coenzyme for several key enzymatic

steps to produce cellular energy and may also prevent the

depletion of metabolites necessary for the resynthesis of ATP.

In order for CoQ10 to wield its functions it must first be

reduced to ubiquinol.

Significantly decreased levels of Ubiquinol have been noted in

a wide variety of chronic health conditions.

The body’s ability to produce and metabolize Ubiquinol is

also reported to decrease with age.

Ubiquinol and CoQ10

CoQ10 is necessary is necessary to produce cellular energy, but the body must first convert CoQ10 to ubiquinol. Those who are young and healthy can easily convert CoQ10 to ubiquinol. But as we age, our ability to convert CoQ10 into ubiquinol often diminishes, especially for those with chronic disease states. The dominant form of CoQ10 in human blood and the liver (over 80%) is ubiquinol.

Why Use OUR Ubiquinol

Extreme care must be taken to prevent the introduction of oxygen when manufacturing supplements containing Ubiquinol. This formula uses a patent-pending process to protect ubiquinol from being oxidized. This technology, utilizes a liquid inner fill of Ubiquinol, alpha lipoic acid, d-limonene, and capric and caprylic acid. This solution protects the Ubiquinol from oxidation and crystallization.

Dosage: Take 1 softgel 1-2 times a day with food for optimal absorption.

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