Have Statins Left You With Low Energy?? -Recharge Your Batteries with Natural Energy Enzyme
- There is a a small amount of CoQ10 in food but your body makes the vast majority,and unfortunately you may not be making enough.
- The major reasons people are low on this important nutrient include genetic constitution (you may be a poor CoQ10 maker), age related oxidative stress and the use of cholesterol lowering statin drugs,which block normal CoQ10 production.
- A common side effect of statin drugs is tiredness.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) has gained popularity as a dietary supplement for fatigue because of its established role in cellular energy production.In the energy-producing component of our cells, the mitochondria, CoQ10 is a co-factor for the synthesis adenosine triphosphate (ATP) the main form of energy in our bodies.
Early studies on CoQ10 focused on its ability to reduce fatigue from exercise. Interestingly, the results of these studies did not always show a benefit but the problem may have been an inadequate dose.Generally the daily dose was only 70-100mg with one notable exception finding that 150mg a day reduced fatigue.
More recently CoQ10 has been studied at a dose of 100mg three times daily (taken with food,as fat improves absorption)and this works remarkably well.
People suffering from severe debilitating fatigue have been shown to improve dramatically within about 40 days with significant reductions in fatigue and tiredness but also symptoms such as muscle pain, and headaches. People suffering from severe debilitating fatigue have been shown to improve dramatically within about 40-days with significant reductions in fatigue and tiredness but also symptoms such as muscle pain and headaches.
It is safe,natural and certainly worth trying,especially if you suffer from severe fatigue.
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