Ubiquinol 100 mg QH Active CoQ10

Available in: 30 Softgels (SKU 3295), 100 Softgels (SKU 5178)

Ubiquinol is the active form of CoQ10, produced by our cells. CoQ10 Ubiquinol supplements from Webber Naturals are significantly better absorbed, and can produce higher concentrations of CoQ10 in the blood, than regular CoQ10. This is particularly important for seniors or anyone taking statin medications. Get CoQ10’s cardiovascular, antioxidant, and energy benefits with the enhanced absorption of ubiquinol.

  • Greater absorption than conventional ubiquinone CoQ10
  • Replenishes vital ubiquinol depleted by statin drugs and beta blockers
  • Provides sustained energy to counter age-related fatigue
  • Protects against free radical damage
  • Premium CoQ10 for energy, antioxidant, and heart support
  • Convenient easy-to-swallow softgels

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overview and benefits

Overview

Ubiquinol is the active form of CoQ10, produced by our cells. CoQ10 Ubiquinol supplements from Webber Naturals are significantly better absorbed, and can produce higher concentrations of CoQ10 in the blood, than regular CoQ10. This is particularly important for seniors or anyone taking statin medications. Get CoQ10’s cardiovascular, antioxidant, and energy benefits with the enhanced absorption of ubiquinol.

Advanced Info

CoQ10 is often compared to a cellular "spark plug". It ignites the cells oxygen to produce energy. CoQ10 exists in two forms in our bodies, ubiquinone and ubiquinol, from the word ubiquitous meaning everywhere at the same time. Every cell in our bodies requires CoQ10. Ubiquinone is not as easily absorbed as ubiquinol and ubiquinol is now available in supplement form from Webber Naturals. It is especially valuable for those needing higher levels of this energizing antioxidant nutrient.

As we age, body stores of CoQ10 diminish. Some suggest that this could play a role in declining health and energy, and increased risk for degenerative diseases.

Statin medications help lower cholesterol by interfering with the manufacture of cholesterol in the liver, but they also inhibit production of CoQ10. In fact, statins can create a severe deficiency of CoQ10, leading to muscle deterioration, weakness, and pain.

Only trace amounts of CoQ10 are present in food. Supplemental Ubiquinol from Webber Naturals is an excellent option for boosting levels of highly absorbable CoQ10, naturally and safely.

ingredients

Main Ingredients

Each softgel contains :
Ubiquinol (microorganism) (as Kaneka QH® CoQ10)100 mg
Organic Flaxseed Oil (Linum usitatissimum) (seed)297 mg

Non-Medicinal Ingredients

Softgel capsule (gelatin [bovine], glycerin, purified water, carob), yellow beeswax, non-GMO sunflower lecithin, d-alpha tocopherol (from non-GMO sunflower oil).

Suggested Use

Antioxidant for the maintenance of good health. Helps maintain and/or support cardiovascular 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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