Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone) Kaneka is derived from biotechnological yeast fermentation and is considered identical to coenzyme Q10 produced in the body. Its combination of coconut oil medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) and prebiotic inulin increases coenzyme bioavailability and accelerates energy production. It continues to be used in the vast majority of studies on the properties of ubiquinone.
The product helps:
Coenzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like substance that is present in all living human cells. Hence its second name - "ubiquinone", from ubiquitous quinone, or "ubiquitous quinone". Ubiquinone is contained in the "energy stations" of cells - mitochondria, which produce about 95% of all the body's energy. Ubiquinone supports cellular energy production and is an important contributor to the body's antioxidant defenses.
The highest concentrations of ubiquinone are found in the cells of the heart muscle, brain, liver, and lungs (i.e., organs with maximum energy expenditure); therefore, a sufficient amount of this substance is especially important for their normal functioning.
With age, the synthesis of ubiquinone in the body and its absorption from food slows down. However, even at a young age, food intake cannot always compensate for the body's need for this valuable substance. For example, to obtain 15 mg of ubiquinone per day, one must eat 1.5 kg of baked trout, 500 g of lean beef, or 600 g of peanuts.
|Ingredients: Coenzyme (Kaneka Q10®), Inulin (from chicory root), MCT oil powder, other Ingredients|
|Amount Per Capsule||% DV*|
Coenzyme (Kaneka Q10®)
Inulin (from chicory root)
MCT oil powder
|Other Ingredients: capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and water)|
|*Percent Daily Values|
|†Daily Value not established.|