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The coq10 Benefit


Coq10 is also known as Coenzyme Q10.This co q10 is produced naturally in the human body, and is a source of various coq10 benefit. Co q10 is also found in meat and fish. Once co q10 is synthesized by commercial pharmacies, co q10 is produced as a dietary supplement. One can then enjoy the full coq10 benefit without prescription.

Co q10 is also known as ubiquinone, a name that signifies co q10's widespread distribution throughout the human body. As a coenzyme, this co q10 nutrient aids metabolic reactions with its coq10 benefit, such as turning food into energy. Co q10 is a fat-soluble vitamin-like substance and the coq10 benefit is easily absorbed. One can begin to feel the coq10 benefit soon after including co q10 in the diet. This coq10 benefit arises as the energy levels increase while taking co q10. Research done on co q10 indicates that the coq10 benefit is crucial for creating the energy necessary for a healthy heart, cells and tissue. Inadequate levels of co q10 could leave our systems energy starved and without the coq10 benefit.

The coq10 benefit is also felt as the anti-oxidants in co q10 protect cells against damage. Studies on the coq10 benefit have shown that those with Parkinson's disease, heart disease and cancer have low natural levels of c oq10 and need the coq10 benefit. In order to gain the coq10 benefit, these people should include co q10 in their diet. Thus co q10 is used as a complimentary therapy and the coq10 benefits are felt.

Studies of coq10 benefits are underway at Children's National Medical Center. This study will focus on the use of co q10, and the co Qoc10 benefits derived from its being added to steroids. Once completed, this coq10 benefit study will determine whether the end co q10 product can be used to treat muscular dystrophy. Huntington's disease sufferers enjoy another coq10 benefit. Research shows that an intake of co q10 reduced their functional decline. Coenzyme q10, with all of its coq10 benefits, plays a pathophysiological role in disease states. Co q10 has been found to have favorable coq10 benefits when administered orally, and co q10 is well tolerated by adults. Coq10 benefit studies have shown that roughly 2 percent of individuals who use co q10 experience side effects. These are usually mild and include nausea, stomach upset, headaches and irritability. Studies on the coq10 benefit also show that when co q10 is taken for about sixteen months, the full coq10 benefits can be seen.

Co q10 is usually well tolerated, and any co q10 side effects tend to be of a brief duration. Co q10 also aids in the healing of the gums, and double blind research on coq10 benefits show that coq10 users with periodontal disease receive better results and heal quicker than non-co q10 users. The coq10 benefit which angina sufferers report is also positive. Angina patients taking 150 mg per day of co q10 report a greater ability to exercise without problems, all part of the coq10 benefit. This coq10 benefit has been confirmed in independent co q10 investigations. Another coq10 benefit has been reported in people with cardiomyopathies (A group of diseases affecting heart muscle). All research to date on coq10 benefits in this area has been consistently positive.

Coq10 benefits are also found in post-op healing. A group of patients receiving co q10 were found to have recovered in 3-5 days without complications, while the placebo group took 15-30 days to recover. The placebo group experienced a variety of complications, whereas the co q10 group did not! Co q10 has a wide range of coq10 benefits, and coq10 has been found to lower blood pressure. Coq10 benefits those with high cholesterol, and co q10 acts as a strong antioxidant. Those with impaired mental functions report an improved clarity while taking co q10. Co q10 inhibits blood clots and another coq10 benefit is its ability to elevate the mood and enhance feelings of well-being.

Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy have had their ill effects reduced while taking co q10. The coq10 benefits are many, and research on co q10 and coq10 benefits continue. No doubt as time progresses, co q10 researchers will find many more coq10 benefits.

Copyright 2005, Health-Focus

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