CoQ-Nol
CoQ-Nol 100

What is Coenzyme Q10? What is Ubiquinol?

Coenzyme Q-10 (Q10) is an important vitamin-like substance required for the proper function of many organs and chemical reactions in the body, especially for the heart, liver, kidney, andpancreas. It is found in small amounts in meats and seafood.

Q-10 levels are highest in humans’ first 20 years of life.  Levels begin to decline at the age of 40 and by age 80, Q10 levels can be lower than they were at birth. Besides age, certain medications, like statin and other cardiovascular medications have been shown to deplete the body of CoQ10. Q10 supplements are also recommended for vegetarians.

CoQ10 comes in many forms and dosages. Ubiquinone and Ubiquinol are two basic forms of CoQ10. Researchers have found thatubiquinol levels are greatly reduced in cancer and heart disease patients. Levels are also low in patients with neurological and liver conditions. It is believed that low levels of CoQ10 put the body at higher risk for these conditions and supplementing can help you protect yourself.

Ubiquinone is the most widely recognized form of CoQ10. The body needs ubiquinone to convert itself into the usable form, ubiquinol. The human body begins to lose ubiquinone in its early twenties. Conversion of ubiquinone into ubiquinol becomes inhibited with age and sharply diminishes after age 40. Without enough ubiquinone and/or ubiquinol, the body becomes susceptible to age related fatigue and does not have the cellular energy to defend against oxidative stress. It also loses its ability to create collagen and elastin without enough CoQ10. These are substances necessary for cellular repair.

                              CoQ10 Recommendations
If it is for your…………..
You will need………..
General Health 30–60 mg/day
Cardiovascular Support 60–250 mg/day
Cognitive and Nerve Health 1200 mg/day
Muscles and Bones 100 mg/day
Cellular Health 90–390 mg/day
Immune System 200 mg/day
Oral Health 50 mg/day
Brain 150-300 mg/day
Skin 30–60 mg/day
Men’s Health 200 mg/day

Why do we choose to take Andorra Life’s CoQ-Nol 100?

CoQ10 is a large, fat soluble molecule which makes it difficult to absorb. Andorra Life’s CoQ-Nol 100 contains 100mg of water soluble Ubiquinol which provides 800% or higher CoQ10 to the bloodstream than conventional Ubiquinone forms and achieves therapeutic levels of CoQ10 in weeks. It has been clinically tested on humans and is the preferred dosage form of Coenzyme Q10 recommended by many physicians and cardiologists.

Water soluble Q10 Absorb dissolves in water when ingested, and is taken up in the blood stream for immediate use. Those who are in need of higher dose of Q10 are better served by using our CoQ-Nol 100.

Andorra’s CoQ-Nol 100 raises CoQ10 plasma levels by up to 3000% as compared to other brands of CoQ10.

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(Study conducted by researchers at Bedford VA Medical Center, Boston University of Medicine, and Massachusetts General Hospital)

Andorra’s CoQ-Nol 100 increases levels of COQ10 in the brain by up to 275% versus other tested CoQ10.

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(Study conducted by researchers at Bedford VA Medical Center, Boston University of Medicine, and Massachusetts General Hospital)

Andorra’s CoQ-Nol 100 increases absorption by up to 520% – 860% over all tested CoQ10 products.

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Result from Clinical Trial: Assessment of CoQ10 Bioavailability Using a Coupled in vitro Digestion/Caco-2 Human Intestinal Cell Model

Andorra’s CoQ-Nol 100 is:

  • 100% Natural
  • 100% Trans UPS Grade CoQ10
  • 100% Non GMO
  • 99% Water Soluble

CoQ-Nol Supplement Ingredients:

CoQNol100 Supp Facts

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