What is CoQ10 good for?
It helps provide energy to cells.
Coenzyme Q10 also seems to have antioxidant activity. People with certain diseases, such as heart failure, high, blood pressure, gum disease, Parkinson's disease, blood infections, certain diseases of the muscles, and HIV infection, might have lower levels of coenzyme Q10.
Collagen makes your skin firm. Elastin gives your skin flexibility. CoQ10 work best when together with this to neutralize the harmful free radicals that are one of the major signs of aging.
One major culprit: high cholesterol. 1in 3 adults over 50 take a statin which literally suck the CoQ10 right out of your body. Meanwhile, few drs warn patients that by taking a statin to “help” their heart, they are in fact slowly draining it of the very fuel it needs for optimal health.
I can tell you firsthand that once you start taking the right kind of CoQ10, you’ll know it without a doubt. You’ll experience massive boosts in your mood, energy and brainpower, profound relief from everyday aches and pains, better heart health — even better looking skin. The fact is, the majority of people over age 45 are critically deficient in CoQ10, so you really need to be taking an effective, highly absorbable Liposomal CoQ10.