High-strength CoQ10 now avail­able

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - Body, Mind & Soul - StemLabs CoQ10 300mg of­fers high-strength CoQ10 via one-a-day cap­sules in ubiquinone form.

THE body is ca­pa­ble of pro­duc­ing its own supply of CoQ10, peak­ing at the age of 20. How­ever, this ca­pac­ity di­min­ishes as we age. At the age of 40, the CoQ10 level in var­i­ous parts of the body will drop by al­most 40%

Choles­terol and CoQ10 are pro­duced through the same path­way, so it is vi­tal to top up the day with CoQ10 while tak­ing a choles­terol low­er­ing agent, as that will help pro­vide op­ti­mum health pro­tec­tion

CoQ10 ex­ists in two forms – ubiquinone and ubiquinol. Both are im­por­tant and have their own dis­tinc­tive func­tions, with ubiquinone play­ing a role in the en­ergy pro­duc­tion cy­cle while ubiquinol serves as a strong an­tiox­i­dant.

The safety of high-strength CoQ10 in the form of ubiquinone has been well es­tab­lished through years of re­search

StemLabs CoQ10 300mg (MAL 16085008NCR) is a newly launched prod­uct that of­fers high-strength CoQ10 in the form of one-a-day ubiquinone cap­sules.

Pro­duced nat­u­rally from yeast fer­men­ta­tion, the ubiquinone in StemLabs CoQ10 300mg main­tains its nat­u­ral fat-sol­u­ble char­ac­ter­is­tic.

Ubiquinone is sta­ble in the stom­ach. Upon con­sump­tion, the body will con­vert it into ubiquinol form be­fore cir­cu­lat­ing it through­out the body.

Al­though there is no spe­cific di­etary rec­om­men­da­tion for CoQ10, 300mg is the strength used in stud­ies to help im­prove cer­tain health con­di­tions

Ben­e­fits of StemLabs CoQ10 300mg

> Im­proves en­ergy and stamina > Re­duces fa­tigue and tired­ness > Suit­able for ac­tive life­style > Pro­motes phys­i­cal per­for­mance and faster re­cov­ery from fa­tigue

> Rich in an­tiox­i­dants

StemLabs CoQ10 300mg is man­u­fac­tured in New Zealand and re­tails at a rea­son­able price with­out com­pro­mis­ing its qual­ity.

StemLabs takes the ini­tia­tive to per­form on­go­ing sta­bil­ity tests for all its prod­ucts, ful­fill­ing its prom­ise of safe and qual­ity prod­ucts that ben­e­fit cus­tomers.

References

Kalen et al. 1989. Age-re­lated changes in the lipid com­po­si­tions of rat and hu­man tis­sues. Lipids 24(7): 579584.

Lee et al. 2013. Ef­fects of coen­zyme Q10 sup­ple­men­ta­tion (300mg/day) on an­tiox­i­dant and anti-in­flam­ma­tion in coronary artery dis­ease pa­tients dur­ing statins ther­apy: a ran­dom­ized, placebo con­trolled tri­als. Nutri­tion Jour­nal 12:142.

Hath­cock & Shao. 2006. Risk as­sess­ment for coen­zyme Q10 (Ubiquinone). Reg­u­la­tory Tox­i­col­ogy and Phar­ma­col­ogy 45(3): 282-288.

Mizuno et al. 2008. An­tifa­tigue ef­fect of coen­zyme Q10 dur­ing phys­i­cal fa­tigue. Nutri­tion 24(4): 293-299.

Be­lar­dinelli et al. 2006. Coen­zyme Q10 and ex­er­cise train­ing in chronic heart fail­ure. Euro­pean Heart Jour­nal 27: 2675–2681.

Tiano et al. 2007. Ef­fect of coen­zyme Q10 ad­min­is­tra­tion on en­dothe­lial func­tion and ex­tra­cel­lu­lar su­per­ox­ide dis­mu­tase in pa­tients with is­chaemic heart dis­ease: a dou­ble-blind, ran­dom­ized con­trolled study. Euro­pean Heart Jour­nal 28(18):2249-225

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact the cus­tomer hot­line at 1800 220 822.

This ar­ti­cle is brought to you by Cell­gen Life­sciences (M) Sdn Bhd.

This is a sup­ple­ment prod­uct ad­ver­tise­ment.

KKLIU No.1319/2017

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