Doctors Best Ubiquinol with Kaneka QH is your powerful ally in the fight against aging!
Fight aging, strengthen your heart and boost your energy levels!
Ubiquinol (aka ubiquinone) is a reduced active form of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which has been shown to have quite powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory potential. This reduced form of CoQ10 (better known as ubiquinol), allows the body to use it with ease so it can get to work and produce energy for you fast. They’re actually the same molecule, but when CoQ10 is reduced, it takes on two electrons which turns it into what we call ubiquinol. It’s easier to assimilate in this form so your body can use it more freely without the need to break it down first. It goes right to work fast!
First discovered in the 1950s, CoQ10 is known to help many of the diseases associated with aging. Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a vitamin-like nutrient that is found embedded in the mitochondria in our cells. As part of the energy making process, CoQ10 acts to shuttle electrons through a series of reactions, culminating in the production of the energy molecule adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP) – upon which all cellular functions in the body depend. As CoQ10 accepts electrons, it becomes ‘reduced’ to ubiquinol and as it gives up electrons, it becomes oxidized to ubiquinone. As long as the body is fueled with CoQ10 through our diet, and CoQ10 is present in our cells, it’s a perpetual energy process that sustains us. If, however, CoQ10 levels become depleted, the production of ATP is significantly affected. For many people symptoms of CoQ10 deficiency are generally low energy and fatigue.
Research has shown that eating greens, deep leafy greens especially, will help the body develop CoQ10 on it’s own. After eating these greens, which fills you’re bloodstream with chlorophyll, the newly introduced chlorophyll reacts with sunlight which allows the body to create it’s own CoQ10. The studies state the more sunlight exposure, the more the production of CoQ10. And yes, it’s true our bodies create less CoQ10 as we age, however studies show that even older people still develop considerable CoQ10 on their own based on their diet and their overall health. The more salads and healthy greens they ate, the better their overall health and vigor was, and the stronger their positive mental attitudes were, the more CoQ10 the body produced naturally.
Here’s a snapshot of the benefits of Ubiquinol, the easier to assimilate version of CoQ10:
- Master antioxidant and anti-inflammatory
- Fights aging and age related ailments
- Helps manage brain disorders
- Helps treat diabetes
- Increases energy
- Strengthens your heart
- With Kaneka QH
Tony O’s take on Doctor’s Best Ubiquinol W/Kaneka QH:
Doctor’s Best Ubiquinol is the best way I know to get the right amount of energy producing CoQ10 into my system. Eating a lot of salads and getting healthy servings of greens everyday is ultimately the best way to get your body to produce it naturally. But in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, myself included, most of us don’t get the right amount of greens daily and I’m gonna guess most of us don’t get the proper amount of sunlight we need to help our bodies synthesize the right amount of CoQ10 either. Not behind a desk, certainly not inside the house taking care of the kids and family chores, not inside a research lab, and not inside a hospital even though you’re caring for people; you get the picture. No natural sun; no CoQ10 production. This is why I always recommend Doctor’s Best Ubiquinol. I know Doctor’s Best is a great product and since I use it myself all the time, I know it helps me feel energetic while providing my body with powerful protection at the same time.