Mitochondrial dysfunction, oxidative stress, and inflammation are all factors in the development and progression of Multiple Sclerosis. Adequate Coenzyme Q10 intake is needed for normal mitochondrial function, for antioxidant defense, and for protection against inflammation.
In our senior years, we want to stay healthy as long as possible. A study of five age-related blood biomarkers shows that daily Coenzyme Q10 and selenium supplements for senior citizens influence the analyzed biomarkers in positive ways, with an anti-ageing effect.
Annually, 6.6 million Americans are diagnosed with heart failure. Adjuvant treatment of heart failure patients with a well-formulated CoQ10 preparation improves patients' heart health and quality of life by enhancing heart muscle bioenergetics and reducing oxidative stress.
Supplementation with Coenzyme Q10 and selenium cuts the risk of death from heart disease in half. The KiSel-10 Study data show that the joint supplementation significantly reduces oxidative stress and inflammation, which are serious factors in the development of atherosclerosis.
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].
Coenzyme Q10 protects. Herewith summaries of 2020-2021 meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials of Coenzyme Q10 supplementation for protection against oxidative stress and chronic inflammation. [...]