The amount of research done on Co Q10 is impressive. Since it was discovered in 1957, there have been dozens if not hundreds of studies of this important supplement.
In case you haven't read our CoQ10 feature page, here's a review of CoQ10. It is a compound naturally found on our mitochondria, which are the main energy producers of the body. It assists in creating ATP, an important molecule that assists with muscle contraction and protein production as well as energy production. CoQ10 is also a powerful antioxidant.
Here are a sampling of the many, many surveys of the medical liturature and studies of CoQ10:
The University of Maryland Medical Center devotes a page to CoQ10 where research about CQ10's effect on heart disease, heart failure, high blood pressure, and other diverse conditions are reviewed.
A review of CoQ10's features, sources and its effect on wellness is published by the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University.
The powerful Mayo Clinic has an entire section of its website devoted to CoQ10.
We could go on and on, but the picture is clear. There is a wealth of scientific data out there. All supplement use should be discussed with your doctor, and it is not our place to prescribe anything, but a layman's review of the evidence points to several important wellness benefits to consider.
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