Co10 ALA B Complex

CoQ10 (150mg) is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like compound found in every human cell. It's used by the mitochondria ("power plants") of cells to produce energy. It also functions as an antioxidant. While the body produces CoQ10 on it's own, levels decline over time with a steady decrease beginning after aged 30. Factors such as ageing, genetics and cholesterol lowering statens can lead to Q10 deficiency.

Alpha lipoic acid (100mg) is a natural compound that functions as a co-factor in vital energy reactions. The body produces very little ALA on it's own, and it is difficult to obtain sufficient quantities from diet. ALA is well known as a powerfull anti-oxidant and helps regenerate CoQ10.

It has been called a universal anti-oxidant, because it is effective in water based substances such as blood while its reduce metabolite, hydrophobic acid (DHLA), is effective if fatty tissues and membranes. Various B vitamins are essential for the symphosys and regeneration of CoQ10 in the cells.

CoQ10 / Glutathione

  • CoQ10 is a vitamin -like compound found in every human cell.
  • It is used by mitochondria "power plants to produce energy.
  • It is also an antioxidant.
  • The body produces its own CoQ10 but levels decline after 30 years.
  • Factors such as aging,genetics lead to deficiency of CoQ10.
  • Alpha-lipoic acid is the co factor in vital energy producing reactions.
  • The body produces its own CoQ10 but levels decline after 30 years of age.
  • ALA is well known as a powerful antioxidant thar regenerates CoQ10.
  • It is a "Universal antioxidant" because it is effective in water-based substances such as blood.
  • It's reduced metabolite,dihydrolipoic acid (DHLA),is effective in fatty tissues and membranes.
  • Various B vitamins are essential for synthesis of CoQ10 in the cells.

CoQ10  (150mg) is a fat-soluble, a vitamin-like compound found in every human cell.

It is used by the mitochondria (“power plants”) of cells  to produce energy.  It also functions as an antioxidant.  While the body produces CoQ10 on its own, levels decline over time,  with a steady decrease beginning after age 30.  Factors such as ageing, genetics and cholesterol-lowering statins can lead to a CoQ10 deficiency.  Alpha lipoic acid (100mg)  is a natural compound that funtions as a co-factor in vital, energy producing reactions.  The body produces very little ALA on its own, and it is difficult to obtain sufficient quantities from diets.  ALA is well known as a powerful antioxidant & regenerates CoQ10.   It has been called a “universal  antioxidant”  because it is effective in water-based substances such as blood,  while its reduced metabolite, dihydrolipoic  acid (DHLA) ,  is effective in fatty tissues and membranes.   Various B vitamins are essential for the synthesis of CoQ10  in the cells.

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