The nutritional supplement CoQ10 (ubiquinone) is commonly prescribed for cardiovascular, neurological, immune support and anti-aging care. However, in order to benefit the body, the CoQ10 must be converted to its most active form, called ubiquinol or QH, for short.
Why This Matters
You might wonder why people haven't simply been taking QH rather than CoQ10. It’s because QH is very unstable outside of the body and it readily converts to CoQ10 when exposed to oxygen. Inside the body, healthy human CoQ10 levels are 97% QH and 3% CoQ10. However, some individuals have substantially lower levels of QH as low as 40%. For them, there just hasn't been an alternative to CoQ10 supplementation, until now.
Until now, reduced Q10 wasn't stable in supplemental form.
Who Should Try ActivLife Q10?
Your age and genetics require the active form of Q10. If you don’t feel the benefits of CoQ10 today, you might be unable to utilize traditional CoQ10 supplements. You may require the most active form of CoQ10. If so, you’re not alone: 30-50% of humans cannot utilize typical CoQ10 supplements. ActivLife Q10 uses patented processing that prevents oxidation and ensures a stable supplement. If you can't utelize other CoQ10 supplements, you owe it to yourself to try ActivLife Q10 for all the benefits CoQ10 provides.
Directions : One softgel twice daily
Warnings: If pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use.Keep out of reach of children. Consult a physician immediately in the event of an adverse reaction.