Coenzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like substance that can also be produced by the body itself. Almost everyone probably takes small amounts of Q10 daily also with food. Q10, which is often also called ubiquinone, has a supporting function in the human body. It helps various enzymes in the organism with their tasks. This is why it is called a coenzyme. The support of various enzymes in the body affects a number of processes that can have a significant impact on cell health. In addition, coenzyme Q10 also has an antioxidant effect. It is thus considered a true anti-wrinkle miracle in cosmetics. However, to limit Q10 to this alone would mean ignoring many other positive properties of the coenzyme. No question: Q10 is far more than just an anti-wrinkle miracle!
Coenzyme Q10 acts as an antioxidant in the human body. Specifically, this means that it is able to capture free radicals and thus protect the cells. Fats in the body can thus be protected from oxidation. Q10 works very closely with other antioxidants in these protective measures. Examples include glutathione, vitamin E and vitamin C. Oxidized or depleted glutathione and vitamin E can be regenerated and thus reused by Q10. Like most other antioxidants, coenzyme Q10 can prevent heart disease and lower cholesterol levels. Furthermore, it is also able to significantly increase the elasticity of the vessels in the body. In addition, Q10 also plays a role in the energy cycle of the cells that should not be underestimated. Especially cells of organs that require a lot of energy usually have a very high Q10 level. These include, for example, the cells of the organs heart, kidney and liver, as well as the muscles.
Above all, the use of Q10 in skin care has proven its worth. The coenzyme is contained in numerous lotions and creams. Anti-aging creams that contain coenzyme Q10 can lead to a finer skin texture and thus ensure that the skin appears firmer and thus more youthful. However, coenzyme Q10 also has a positive influence on a whole range of complaints or diseases. These include:
Q10 is found in various foods. However, in most cases, these are very small amounts of the coenzyme. For example, the foods are:
To protect low Q10 levels, it is best to store these foods in a relatively dark place. TOO much light or too much sun can namely very easily lead to the destruction of the sensitive Q10. In addition, it also depends on the gentlest possible preparation, should an effect be achieved.
For anti-aging care and prevention, a daily dose of 30 to 60 mg Q10 is recommended. If diseases are to be treated with it, an amount between 60 and 300 mg is advisable. Overall, the amount depends in each case on the type of ailment and its severity. Larger amounts of Q10 can hardly be absorbed through food. Here in our store you will therefore find suitable dietary supplements that contain the coenzyme Q10. For example, Q10 Vida or Q10 Strong Ubichinol. All our dietary supplements are guaranteed top quality. The recipe is always optimized, all ingredients come from natural cultivation and the processing is extremely gentle. Furthermore, our products and vital substances are scientifically tested. As a company we are certified organic. Take a look around our store and see for yourself what we can do for you. We are sure we can convince you with our very high quality standards.