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Qunol Coq10 Benefits
Befinfits or side effects of taking coq10. I'm 30 in good health, low energy, take beta blocker for pvs. Could I benefit from coq10, any dangers?
No proven benefit: Don't waste your hard-earned money, the supplement industry is a multi-billion dollar fraud perpetrated on the american public. No proven benefit on pvcs. ...Read more
Are their any benefits on me being on a dairy free/gluten free non-gmo diet and taking a multi, coq10, d3, and omega (have lupus & dysautonomia)?
My mother has stage 4 rare breast cancer, just got double mastectomy, I've read about the incredible benefits of coq10, input?
Be careful: Coq10 benefits for treating cancer are low. The data and research have been with chemotherapy or hormone therapy based on the hormone receptor status of the tumor. Using coq10 with chemotherapy not a lot of data. This should be discussed with her oncologist. Hope this helps. ...Read more
COQ10: This powerful anti oxidant is safe at 150 to 200 mg. ...Read more
Ineffective: No antihypertensive effectsGet a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Doses vary. Quality and concentration will vary as well. On my website there are two doses available. With 100mg available with customization. Www. Drsamuel. Usana. Org. Best wishes. ...Read more
No: Probably not, this is a naturally occuring substance. ...Read more
No official rec but:
CoQ10 naturally occurs in every cell of our bodies so it's not considered an essential nutrient & there is no officially recommended dose. However, I advise a healthy person take 50 mg/day of the Ubiquinol form (which is better absorbed) as a preventive anti-aging agent. Those suffering from illnesses like heart disease & diabetes may benefit from 200-300 mg/day. See
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Muscle pain due to statin has different mechanisms, some are genetic factors, toxic effect of the drug on mitochondria, others due to coenzyme q10 or vit d deficiency
taking vit d or coenzyme q10, lowering the dose of statin or changing to another drug can help some people with their myalgia. ...Read more
I understand there are several different types of CoQ10, which is best for a 45 year old not on statins?
NOT: The data on the beneficial effects, especially the lipid lowering effects, of CoQ10 is weak. Moreover, there's no way to know if one formulation is superior to another since a head to head comparison has never been published. (if it is published, the research will be conducted by a drug company and will be biased!) ...Read more
What is co q 10 used for why would my dr. Say an enzyme was higb in my body that would require me to take coq10?
Not proven: There is no good quality evidence to support this claim. Some doctors do believe it, and it might possibly turn out to be true, but it's all speculative at this time. ...Read more
Does coq10 contribute to adding energy level if taken for long time let's say about 6-7th months?
Is there a longterm side effect taking coq10? Such as depressing my own body's generation of this enzyme?
What is the difference between coq10 and ubiquinol reduced coq10 and why I need ubiquinol when I m over 30?
Prevents? Aging?: Co-q10 experimentally prevents mitochondrial aging, a major component of the aging process! Ubiquinol is also a better absorbed form of co-q10, over ubiquinone, more present in generic co-q10! ...Read more