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 Co-enzyme Q10

Co-enzyme Q10 has been documented to be deficient in patients with cancer. Co Q10 is a potent antioxidant and not only enhances the immune system but also inhibits cancer growth and in cases may cause regression. 5

Coenzyme Q10 is available in small amounts in a variety of foods such as meats, fish, sardines, peanuts, soy and vegetable oils. Coenzyme Q10 is primarily made from coenzyme Q within the cells especially the liver.

Co enzyme Q is found in a variety of foods from which the body makes CoQ10. The body can also make Coenzyme Q10 from amino acid tyrosine for which the body needs 8 vitamins and many trace elements.

Coenzyme Q10 could be regarded as part of the vitamin B group with powerful antioxidant activity. It was discovered in 1957. It is called ubiquinone because it is synthesised from coenzyme Q in every cell in the human body. It works within the mitochondria to produce energy. It is crucial in the production of ATP. Dr Peter Mitchell was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1978 for his work on Coenzyme Q10 and the process of energy transfer within the mitochondria.

It has been shown that patients with heart disease are low in Coenzyme Q10.

Coenzyme Q10 has been freely used in Japan and Europe since 1980.

Coenzyme Q10 levels decline with age, thus supplementation is vital to maintain youth levels.


Deficiency can occur due to the following:

  • Aging
  • Insufficient intake from our diet
  • Reduced assimilation from our foods
  • Excessive use by the body
  • Exercise
  • Medication such as class of "statins" which are cholesterol lowering drugs

Benefits of Coenzyme Q10 supplementation

  1. It is used in heart failure and cardiomyopathy
  2. It has anti-cancer properties and it helps in the prevention and regression of breast cancer
  3. It improves angina and mitral valve prolapse
  4. It helps patients with muscular dystrophy
  5. It is good for the enhancement of the immune system
  6. It is recommended for energy production and vitality
  7. It is a potent antioxidant and free radical scavenger
  8. It is good for repair of gingival (gum) disease
  9. It is recommended in diabetes and improves GTT (glucose tolerance test)
  10. In high doses could help patients with psoriasis.
  11. It has been reported that in high doses can initiate regression of coronary artery disease if taken over period of 2-3 years. 27
  12. It lowers blood pressure by 10% or even more.
  13. It is highly beneficial in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).


RDA not available
EDR is 15- 400 mg per day with the average dose of 30-60 mg daily.

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