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CoQ-10, also known as ubiquinone, is a fat-soluble vitamin-like substance present in every cell of the body. It is a powerful anti-oxidant/anti-inflammatory with many benefits, including its ability to increase energy production in the cell, treat and prevent obesity, and prevent many of the negative effects of glycation and AGEs.* It maximizes the burning of foods for fuel, helping normalize fats in our blood. As cells age, their energy production decreases. This means their ability to repair themselves decreases. Working synergistically with other nutrients, alpha lipoic acid, CO-Q10 enhances the cells' metabolism, giving us greater energy and endurance, and thereby preventing the aging cells energy decline.

CoQ-10 is naturally present in small amounts in a wide variety of foods, particularly in organ meats such as heart, liver, and kidney, as well as beef, soy oil, sardines mackerel, and peanuts. However, it is important to supplement this key ingredient for the purposes of mitochondria protection, rejuvenation, repair, and anti-aging. For optimal absorption CoQ-10 should be taken with foods that contain healthy fats, such as nuts and seeds, a salad dressed with extra-virgin olive oil, a piece of grilled salmon, or avocado slices.

Designs for Health® Q•Avail™ is designed for optimal absorption, stability and cost-efficiency. Oral supplementation with CoQ10 is often desired to improve immune function, mitochondria metabolism and energy production in the support of fatigue-related disorders, the enhancement of athletic performance, periodontal problems and the support of cardiomyopathy and neurodegenerative conditions such as Parkinson’s. CoQ10 has also been demonstrated to be an effective antioxidant, reducing lipid peroxide.

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*Glycation (sometimes called non-enzymatic glycosylation) occurs when a glucose (sugar) molecule binds to a protein molecule without the influence of enzymes, proteins that accelerate the rate of chemical reactions. In scientific terms these sugar/protein bondings are referred to as AGEs (advanced glycation end products).

Most degenerative diseases are affected in one way or another by disease-producing glycation reactions. These reactions result in major damage to the body, including arterial stiffening; arteriosclerosis (the clogging, narrowing, and hardening of the blood vessels); the formation of cataracts; neurological impairment, diabetic complications; and wrinkled, sagging skin.

The formation of AGEs is responsible for serious damage to the body, both internally and externally. Our body is composed mainly of protein. AGEs are highly destructive to this protein. If glycation gets out of hand, many proteins that are vitally important for proper functioning of the body will be degraded or destroyed. Prevention is the key - with foods that fight AGEs and the very best nutrients for preventing and helping to reverse the effects of AGEs.

 

 


 

 

 

 

Joseph Mallord William Turner
British, 1775 - 1851

 
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