Supports Cardiovascular Function. CoQ10
is an antioxidant that supports cellular energy production and healthy cardiovascular function. Also known as CoEnzyme Q10 or Ubiquinone, CoQ10 is an enzyme that activates cellular energy production in the mitochondria of the cell. Found throughout all cells in the body, but particularly in the heart and other muscle tissues, CoQ10 allows cells to generate the energy they need to function. CoQ10 is an antioxidant, carried in the bloodstream that has protective effects against oxidation by free radicals. CoQ10 levels typically fall with age, and supplemental CoQ10 can restore serum and tissue stores of this important enzyme. Twinsorb CoQ10 softgels are a highly bioavailable form of CoQ10 that have up to nine times the absorption rate of powder CoQ10 capsules. In a published human clinical study in Australia, using a randomized crossover format, healthy adults took two 50mg of powder CoQ10 capsules or Twinsorb CoQ10 softgels in the morning. Blood was drawn before taking the supplement and at internals up to 36 hours. Blood serum CoQ 10 levels were compared to the baseline levels. Peak absorption for Twinsorb CoQ10 was 6.5 times higher than for powder CoQ10, and total absorption over the 36 hours studied was 9.27 times higher than the capsules of powder. The softgel form is also easy to swallow and dissolves quickly in the digestive system.
Serving Size: 1 Softgel
Servings per Container: 45
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