The ‘q’ is short for quinone. The number 10 denotes how long the polyisoprenoid tail is. And that’s why we keep it simple and say CoQ10!
How do you know your body might benefit from additional CoQ10? If you want to support healthy energy levels, are above the age of 30, have occasional sore muscles after exercise, want to support endurance, and healthy cognition, then supporting your health with CoQ10 may be helpful.†
What does CoQ10 do? CoQ10 is used primarily by our mitochondria to make energy in the form of ATP. Organs with the highest energy requirements also have the highest CoQ10 levels. These organs are your heart, brain, liver, and kidney.
How do we get CoQ10? Our body naturally makes CoQ10. As we age, our ability to generate CoQ10 goes down. Thus, adding a CoQ10 supplement may be a good idea as you get older.†
How to take CoQ10? Usually, it’s best to take a CoQ10 supplement with food. However, you don’t have to take our CoQ10 with food as we use very bioavailable forms of CoQ10. You can. But not needed. Take at the start of your day, before a workout, after a workout or just daily for health promotion.†
Do you seek support in waking up and starting your day? If so, your best option is our Energy Nutrients. Have this on your bedside. Upon waking, on an empty stomach, place one lozenge in your mouth. You’ll want to jump up out of bed and start your day!†