- Popular with over 40s
- Important coenzyme in the body
- Statins or age can decrease bodily Q10 levels
- Supplementation may help replenish levels of CoQ10
In the past decade CoEnzyme Q10, popularly abbreviated CoQ10 has risen to be one of the most popular dietary supplements around the world.CoQ10 appears naturally within almost every cell in the body, and is ubiquitously present in animals and bacteria, hence its common name, ubiquinone. CoQ10 is found primarily in fish and meat, but the amounts in food are far less than what can be obtained from supplements. CoQ10 appears naturally within almost every cell in the body, yet its production may be affected by age and statin drugs. Dietary supplementation may help to replenish stores. The highest levels of CoQ10 can be found in tissues with high energy requirements such as the heart and skeletal muscles.
Each Lindens CoEnzyme Q10 Tablet contains 30mg of CoEnzyme Q10. Users who are prescribed statin drugs should not discontinue use or consider CoEnzyme Q10 a substitute for statin therapy.