Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10, the cellular sparkplug 

Also known as ubiquinone, this vitamin-like molecule is found in nearly every cell. In addition to its pivotal role in energy production, CoQ10 works double duty as a free radical fighting antioxidant, protecting our cells and even DNA from oxidative damage.*

CoQ10 comes from your own body’s internal production and diet. However,you can only find abundant CoQ10 in uncommon foods, such as organ meats, with much smaller amounts in everyday fare like beef, pork, and fish.

Ever wonder what keeps us going? Life-sustaining force is produced within tiny cellular power generators, the amazing mitochondria. These little engines rely on coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 to create energy.

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The aging process, and some common medications, slowly rob us of the ability to make our own CoQ10. By virtue of its actions on cellular energy production, CoQ10 affects the function of every cells in the body. 

Organs with the highest energy requirements, such as the ever-beating heart, rely on optimal levels of CoQ10 for cellular vigor.* Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10 is natural and naturally fermented, consisting only of the preferred trans isomer, identical to the body’s own CoQ10.

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