The Nutritional Use Of CoQ10

People typically complain about feeling fatigued and/or lethargic after doing seemingly menial tasks like walking and even cleaning the home. Sometimes, a person’s fatigue can prevent them from doing too much physical work. Situations like those comprise the main reason why giving the body an adequate amount of energy is important.

Without consuming or taking in a significant amount of energy each day, it becomes much harder for a person to function at a healthy level. Important components of the body, including the organs, need energy to function at their most efficient levels. A lot of this energy is found within a person’s normal diet, despite them perhaps not consuming enough essential nutrients.

People usually fortify their diets with supplements, generally containing essential vitamins and minerals that help facilitate the body’s energy producing processes. Even though health supplements are popular, a lot of people don’t know what ingredients work best to help them produce an adequate amount of energy.

Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 is a type of active ingredient used in many health products. The chemical compound is actually found in each cell of the body, making it a rather important ingredient for the basic functions of most cells.

CoQ10 is currently one of the more popular dietary ingredients sold in today’s market, behind multivitamins and omega-3 fish oil. CoQ10′s main nutritional benefit lies with helping the body efficiently produce energy, but it also harbors other benefits like:

  • Preventing migraines and headaches
  • Reducing the risk of inflammation
  • Promoting healthier heart health
  • Slowing effects from chronic diseases like Parkinson’s disease

As an example of its benefits, CoQ10 is found within the mitochondria or small organelles of cells, needed to facilitate energy generation there. The highest concentration of CoQ10 in the body resides within the heart, liver, kidneys and immune system—places of the body where large amounts of energy are required for them to properly function.

This actively working ingredient also works as a powerful antioxidant, protecting cellular membranes through its defense against harmful compounds known as free radicals. It’s also beneficial for maintaining heart health, too. Several research studies have found that CoQ10 directly benefits heart health, in addition to lowering cholesterol levels and preventing high blood pressure.

People looking to take this natural ingredient should take at least 15 mg per day, enough to give most people the beneficial effects of the ingredient, while stimulating the body enough to produce its intrinsic version of said ingredient.

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John Montague DC is the owner of WebVitamins. He is active in the industry and is currently president of the NPA East.

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