CoEnzyme Q10

       CoQ10 is a fat-soluble compound that has been shown to benefit heart health, blood sugar regulation, assist in the prevention of cancer, and reduce oxidative damage. CoQ10 is produced naturally in the body and is stored in every cell of the body to help the mitochondria produce energy. Its other functions are serving as an antioxidant and protecting cells from oxidative damage. CoQ10 levels become depleted as people age, reducing the efficiency of the body's mitochondria to produce energy. Scientists have linked lower levels of CoQ10 to heart disease and cancer.

       CoQ10 is important in stabilizing cell membranes. When membranes leak, toxins are able to get into the cells and create inflammation. CoQ10 is vital in keeping our cell membranes intact, thereby increasing our overall health.

       CoQ10 is found in some foods like animal organs, fish, nuts, vegetables and legumes. However, the amount found in these sources isn't enough to significantly increase CoQ10 in your body.

Primary Benefits:Reference:
Improve mitochondrial efficiency and health[1]
Antioxidant[1] [2] [3] [16]
Promotes heart health[2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [8] [9] [10] [11]
Improves energy[7] [8]
Anti-diabetes[6] [8] [18]
Improves athletic performance[17] [18]
Cancer-fighting properties[19]
Improves fertility[6] [12] [13]
Improves skin health[6] [14] [15]
Neuroprotective[20] [21]
AMPK activator[22]