Elderly individuals who have low Coenzyme Q10 and selenium status are at risk of cognitive decline. In the KiSel-10 Study, daily supplementation with a combination selenium and CoQ10 supplements slowed the aging process. The joint supplementation can improve cognitive function.
Study shows Coenzyme Q10 and selenium in combination may be an epigenetic factor for increasing sirtuin levels, slowing biological aging, and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease death. CoQ10 and selenium supplementation promotes longevity and improves quality of life.
Four years of combined Coenzyme Q10 and selenium supplementation in the KiSel-10 Study is associated significantly with increased serum Sirtuin1 concentrations and with reduced cardiovascular mortality in a 10-year follow-up sub-study.
The aging process is, seemingly, reversible. Harvard professor Dr. David Sinclair and his Harvard University research team have been conducting experiments with mice that show [...]
Coenzyme Q10 and selenium in combination slow down the aging-related shortening of telomeres and thus contribute to longevity - to a longer and healthier [...]
There is a special biological interrelationship between Coenzyme Q10 and selenium. From a cardiologist’s perspective, there is a theoretical advantage in using both substances to prevent heart disease if the patients’ intakes are sub-optimal [Alehagen & Aaseth 2015a].