Coenzyme Q10 150 mg

Available in: 30+30 Softgels (SKU 3856)

Coenzyme Q10 from Webber Naturals is a high potency antioxidant and a key nutrient for cellular energy production. Particularly important for heart health, CoQ10 levels are depleted by statin drug use and supplementation is recommended. This supplement provides 150 mg of CoQ10 per softgel.

  • Supports heart health
  • Needed by cells to produce energy
  • Offers antioxidant protection against free radical damage
  • Enhances CoQ10 levels as we age
  • Higher dosages may be needed to compensate for age-related decline or for statin drug use.

overview and benefits

Overview

Coenzyme Q10 from Webber Naturals is a high potency antioxidant and a key nutrient for cellular energy production. Particularly important for heart health, CoQ10 levels are depleted by statin drug use and supplementation is recommended. This supplement provides 150 mg of CoQ10 per softgel.

Advanced Info

Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant nutrient that is also essential for cellular energy production. Particularly important for heart health, CoQ10 levels are depleted by age and by the use of certain medications called statin drugs.

Antioxidants prevent or slow cellular “oxidation.” Similar to the action of rust on metal, oxidation in the body weakens and destroys cells and can apparently accelerate the aging process.

Our bodies can produce CoQ10 but our levels of CoQ10 begin to decline between the ages of 20 and 40. CoQ10 supplements from webber naturals can help support cardiovascular health and cellular energy production.

A person may require different amounts of CoQ10 depending on their state of health, age and lifestyle factors, any where from 30 to 60 mg per day to as much as 100 to 400 mg daily for statin drug users. That is why webber naturals offers several different CoQ10 supplement options.

If you use blood thinning medications, be sure to discuss CoQ10 use with your physician, as it may increase the blood-thinning action of such drugs.

ingredients

Main Ingredients

Each softgel contains:
Coenzyme Q10 (microorganism)150 mg

Non-Medicinal Ingredients

Rice bran oil, softgel capsule (gelatin, glycerin, purified water, carob), natural tocopherols.

Suggested Use

Supports cardiovascular health. Reduces the frequency of migraine headaches and associated nausea and vomiting when taken as a prophylactic. Antioxidant for the maintenance of good health.

frequently asked questions

  1. What is the source of the CoQ10 – is it natural? (what is CoQ10 made out of)
    The coenzyme Q10 ingredient used in our products is naturally fermented by microorganisms (bacteria and/or yeast). This purified, high grade, natural form of coenzyme Q10 has the same molecular configuration (“trans” form) as the coenzyme that is produced in your own body.
  2. Do you use ubiquinone or ubiquinol for your CoQ10 products? (ubiquinol vs ubiquinone)
    Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant molecule that functions by switching back and forth between oxidation states – this is the essential role it plays in every mitochondria of every cell in the body to provide energy. CoQ10 exists in two forms in the body: ubiquinone and ubiquinol. Ubiquinone is the oxidized form of CoQ10 and ubiquinol is the reduced form. Our products labelled as “Coenzyme Q10” use the ubiquinone form of CoQ10.
  3. Why do I have to consult a physician prior to using CoQ10 if I’m on blood thinners? (CoQ10 and blood thinners)
    Coenzyme Q10 is similar in chemical structure to vitamin K and therefore carries a risk for interfering with vitamin K-antagonist drugs (coumarins), including warfarin (Coumadin). While there is no known interaction between antiplatelet medications like Aspirin (ASA) or Plavix (clopidogrel), we recommend speaking to your physician before using 100 mg or more of coenzyme Q10 per day.
  4. Are there any animal ingredients in your CoQ10 products? (what is CoQ10 made out of)
    Beef gelatin is used for the capsule material and is the only animal ingredient in these formulations.

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