Doctor's Best, Best Ubiquinol, Featuring Kaneka QH, 100 mg, 60 Softgels
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Brilliant product for healthy cells
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2825814 on Jul 27, 2010
I wasn't sure whether to get this or Co-enzyme Q10. This product, though, has been great. As well as running marathons and ultra-marathons I'm a type 1 diabetic, meaning that peripheral circulation and soft tissue health are of concern to me. While using this I have seen a marked improvement in my gum health and generally felt like circulation at the extremities was improved in the cold. Highly recommended.
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DB's Ubiguinol 100 mg
Posted by Reviewer2328138 on May 24, 2010
It does seem to work for energy. I take 450 for now. Might go to 500 to see result. A bit pricey but if it works.....The price is about the same for 50mg tabs which are a lot smaller for those with swallowing difficulties.
The energy you've been missing
Posted by Reviewer1828992 on May 10, 2011
My husband tried these pills to counter the effects of the statins he has been prescribed for his cholesterol, which left him feeling weak as though his muscles were gradually being stripped of their strength. This ubiquinol gives him just the energy boost he needs and now he simply wouldn't be without these pills. For those people who are unused to taking medication in a capsule format please be aware that the 100mg formulation is quite large and you may have some difficulty in swallowing them.
Ubiquinol, Doctors Best
Posted by Reviewer3229734 on Nov 03, 2011
After taking one a day for a few days I felt livelier.
After taking Ubiquinol for 3 weeks I feel energised. I am taking on physical tasks with enthusiasm.
I have ordered two more bottles.
Cost Effective CoQ10
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by forNaturalHealth on Apr 14, 2012
Although it costs more than ubiquinone CoQ10's this form delivers more bang for your buck. Don't expect energy gains if your health is already OK but do consider it if you have had heart problems and /or you take cholesterol lowering medication. A lot of doctors are now suggesting CoQ10 to people on these medications because they block the production of CoQ10 in the liver. If you take statins and are feeling lethargic or experiencing pain between the shoulders, reach for the ubiquinol.