CoQ10 has a multitude of benefits as it is a key compound that is stored in our mitochondria.
There are the benefits of topical application of CoQ10 – you only have to look at the global skincare giant Nivea’s website to see what they think about applying products containing CoQ10: https://www.nivea.co.uk/advice/skin/what-is-q10-233
Taken internally, CoQ10 is a compound that may deliver energy to the cells in your body – which is why it is often talked about as an ‘energy spark plug’ to ‘start’ your body.
It is considered a good supplement for heart health – here is what the British Medical Journal says about it: https://openheart.bmj.com/content/2/1/e000326 .
PLUS it has the advantage of being able to be taken by people already using statins. In fact, people often take CoQ10 to offset a decline in natural levels which occurs with the use of statin (cholesterol-lowering) medication.
CoQ10 is also an antioxidant and which may play a crucial role in protecting cells from oxidative damage.
To find out more, here is a link to the Healthline:
Yoga Nutrition sells both a liposomal CoQ10, which goes swiftly to the bloodstream contained within the liposomes:
And a ‘normal’ Liquid CoQ10:
Foods containing CoQ10 naturally are:
- Organ meats: Heart, liver and kidney.
- Some muscle meats: Pork, beef and chicken.
- Fatty fish: Trout, herring, mackerel and sardine.
- Vegetables: Spinach, cauliflower and broccoli.
- Fruit: Oranges and strawberries.
- Legumes: Soybeans, lentils and peanuts.