Healthy Origins, Ubiquinol ( Kaneka QH ), New Soy Free, Non-GMO Formula, 50 mg, 60 Softgels
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7 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2718733 on Sep 03, 2009
This is the same thing as taking 100mg as standard COQ-10 although the absorption is much higher due to the medium Chain Triglycerides and lecithin ingredients. Same thing as taking a hydro-soluble form or Q-GEL. I notice much greater benefits and results from taking ubiquinol. It relaxes me, stops a migraine headache in its path and keeps my gums clean and healthy. I recommend taking this along with Carnit-all from Jarrow and Natural Calm Magnesium Citrate.
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Lowers Blood Pressure.
Posted by Reviewer3158146 on Apr 21, 2008
Never had to take Atenolol again. Take Ubiquinol instead of the regular CoQ10 (Ubiquinone)
Best Form of CoQ10
Posted by Reviewer2666562 on Jan 28, 2009
I'm taking this because I read at Life Extension Foundation how it maintained the health, and extended the life, of aging mice in one of their studies. The mice that didn't take the Ubiquinol in the LEF study looked terrible compared to the treated mice. I'm hoping it will help me too.
You must take ubiquinol with l-carnitine
Posted by Reviewer3005874 on Nov 28, 2008
When the combustion of fat increases because of much ubiquinol i advise you to take l-carnitine. Ubiquinol decreases superoxide formation, but will increase if you get little l-carnitine
This really works!
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2814882 on Dec 08, 2007
My dad has congestive heart failure and he seems to respond to CoQ10 and Ubiquinol very well. It is an uphill climb, but he has more energy and is getting to be himself again. His lungs were filling up with fluid and when in the ICU he was given dopamine and albumin. He is not swelling anymore at home and is staying pretty well hydrated. Thanks for the good prices, iherb!