As you age, your heart’s muscle power slows down by as much as 5 percent every year.1
The good news is that there’s a way to promote a strong heart no matter what your age.
The key is Coenzyme Q10, better known as CoQ10. It has the power to help give you more stamina and energy of individuals regardless of their age.
CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant with a whole range of benefits – including promoting heart power. As you may already know, your heart needs a huge amount of energy in order to get your blood flowing to deliver life-giving nutrients to every part of your body. You must maintain high levels of CoQ10 in your cells to help give your heart all the power it needs.
In fact, just a small increase in your heart’s power can make a huge difference in how you feel. It’s the difference between having the energy, passion and vitality for all the things you love to do. CoQ10 may help so you don’t feel tired and run down all the time, which is important because if you’re like most people, you want to lead an active and fulfilling life as long as possible.
The right CoQ10 allows you to do just that , but not all CoQ10 supplements are made the same. There is good CoQ10, there is better CoQ10, and there is the best CoQ10. When CoQ10 was first introduced in 1983, it was hard to absorb into your system, plus it was also expensive.
It took large doses of CoQ10 – as much as 450 mg – to increase its level in the blood. And even then, its presence in the bloodstream was slight. This was a problem because in order to support a healthy heart, the blood level of CoQ10 needs to be consistently high.
Then in 1995, a better CoQ10 was developed for greater absorption into the blood. It wasn’t until this new, reduced form was discovered that CoQ10 began to have a truly positive effect.
An even better CoQ10 arrived in 2006 when Japanese scientists developed ubiquinol, a superior form of CoQ10.2 With this new CoQ10 technology, most people are able to get all the heart-supporting power they need by taking it just once a day. This new CoQ10 can provide up to 8 times higher absorption and keep blood levels higher over an extended period of time.Studies using mice showed that this new form of CoQ10 increased blood levels 3.75-fold after 8 hours.3 Since your heart uses a HUGE amount of energy, it needs a HUGE amount of CoQ10. When the cells in your heart get enough CoQ10, they stay “young” and can maintain their strength, which gives you the ability to remain strong, agile and bursting with energy.
In addition, CoQ10 has been shown to enhance overall wellness in a variety of areas. These include:
Blood Sugar: A small preliminary Australian study suggests CoQ10 may help support normal blood sugar levels.4
- Eye Health: A clinical trial of individuals that took a combination of nutrients for one year: CoQ10, acetyl-L-carnitine, and omega-3 fatty acids. The results suggest this combination may helps support visual function.5
- Lung capacity: Researchers in Texas established a possible link between CoQ10 levels and respiratory health.6
- Healthier gums: Research published in Alternative & Complementary Therapies found that CoQ10 supports gum health.7
More Power, Energy and Endurance
This should make you excited about the new CoQ10. Now we have a concentrated nutrient that powers up your entire body. It keeps it strong and energized longer than you ever imagined possible. If you take just one tablet per day, you may not only feel years younger as the power of your heart improves, but you may also wake up each day with a renewed sense of energy, stamina and physical performance.
Call our office if you would like to start taking this supplement today (817-399-8783).
 “Aging Heart Changes Shape, Shrinks and Loses Pumping Power,” Nov. 2007, www.hopkinsmedicine,org
 “CoQ10 reducing activity in rats,” Unpublished data provided by Dr. Mae.
 Rasool A.h.g, et al, “Plasma tocotrienol levels and its effect on arterial compliance in healthy humans supplemented with tocotrienol rich vitamin E,” J. Nutr. Sci. Vitaminol. 2006;52:473-478
 Hodgson, J.M., Watts, G.F., Playford, D.A, et al, “Coenzyme Q10 improves blood pressure and glycaemic control in a controlled trial in subjects with type 2 diabetes,” Eur. J. Clin. Nutr. Nov. 2002;56(11):1137-42
 Horowitz, S., “Coenzyme Q10: one antioxidant, many promising implications,” Altern. Comp. Therapies, June 2003:111-6
 Goepp, Julius, MD, “CoQ10 Technology: Innovation that Never Quits,” Life Extension Magazine 2009
 Hanioka, T., Tanaka, M., Ojima, M., et al, “Effect of topical application of coenzyme Q10 on adult periodontitis,” Mol. Aspects Med. 1994;15 Suppl:s241-8
 Qureshi, A.A, et al, “Novel tocotrienols of rice bran inhibit atherosclerotic lesions in C57BL/6 ApoE-deficient mice,” J. Nutr. 2001;131:2606-18
 Baliarsingh, S., et al, “The therapeutic impacts of tocotrienols in type 2 diabetic patients with hyperlipidemia,” Atherosclerosis 2005;182:367-74
 Black, T.M., et al, “Palm tocotrienols protect ApoE +/- mice from diet-induced atheroma formation,” J. Nutr. 2000; 130(10):2420-6
 Wan, Nazaimoon, W.M., et al, “Tocotrienols-rich diet improves glycemic control in diabetic rats,” Malays. J. Pathol. 2002; 24:77-82
 Chen, C.W., Cheng, H.H., “Tocotrienols of rice bran oil diet increases LDL-receptor and HMG-CoA reductase mRNA expressions and insulin sensitivity,” J. Nutr. 2006; 136(6):1472-6