Coenzyme Q10 is a Vital Substance

Everyone over 40 years of age could benefit from Q10

This article is intended for those people who take responsibility for maintaining their minds and bodies and who want to inform themselves further.

Coenzyme Q10 is called, variously, ubiquinone, when it is in its naturally occurring oxidized form, or ubiquinol, when it is in its reduced form (more about the different forms in another article).

Q10 is a fat-soluble substance that naturally occurs with some variations in almost all living beings that use aerobic respiration to produce energy.  It is a substance that is produced in the human body in the same biological pathway that produces cholesterol.

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Breakthrough in Cardiology Research

Dr. Mortensen: The Leading Q-SYMBIO Researcher

The Q-SYMBIO Study
Researchers in nine countries led by the Chief Medical Doctor Svend Aage Mortensen,(1) a cardiologist in the Heart Centre of Copenhagen University Hospital, enrolled 420 patients in a randomized placebo-controlled double-blind clinical trial in which half of the patients were given a 100 mg capsule of Myoqinon Q10 (Bio-Quinone GOLD), three times daily, and half of the patients were given a placebo capsule, also three times daily.

The patients were all chronic heart failure patients classified as level III (with a marked limitation of physical activity) or level IV (with an inability to carry on any physical activity) in the New York Heart Association’s classification scheme.

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