There is a significant reduction in the rate of Coenzyme Q10 bio-synthesis during the ageing process and in ageing-related diseases. Mice studies have given us reason to believe that there is a direct relationship between a longer and healthier life and Coenzyme Q10 function in the mitochondria of the cells [Hernandez-Camacho 2018].
Human studies of Coenzyme Q10 status and healthy ageing
Professor Alehagen’s KiSel-10 study:
Four years of daily supplementation with 200 milligrams of Coenzyme Q10 and 200 micrograms of high-selenium yeast resulted in significant health benefits for elderly community-living study participants as compared to placebo supplementation [Johansson 2015]: