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CoEnzyme Q10

coQ10CoQ10, also called coenzyme Q10, occurs naturally within our bodies, and high levels are found in the tissues of the heart, liver, kidneys and the pancreas. It exists in our systems at three levels of oxidation. Ubiquinol, being the most reduced oxidized from of CoQ10, is a potent antioxidant with the ability to regenerate other antioxidants, including Vitamin C and E. Many studies have found it beneficial to good heart health. It is popular because of its effect on the aging process and cell energy production of all the body’s major organs.

Purchase Co-Enzyme Q10 in 2 different doses:

Co-Enzyme Q10 – 100 mg

CoQ-Zyme – 30 mg


Heart Smart

MaryLets Get Heart Smart: Risk Factors of Heart Related Illness

 by Mary Howard, RN

There is new evidence that shows dietary intake of fat and cholesterol, such as fat meat and eggs, may not be the culprit to heart related illness. Carbohydrates and Homocysteine levels may be some of the important culprits. We’ll also look at some other factor to lower your risk of heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure.