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Ubiquinol: a powerful mitochondrial antioxidant

Ubiquinol is a reduced form of the vitamin-like substance coenzyme Q10. It is contained in cellular structures and plays an important role in intercellular processes and reactions, participates in the process of converting the energy base and oxygen into energy.

Ubiquinol is one of the few fat-soluble antioxidants that act in adipose tissue to target reactive oxygen species that are harmful to the body. Therefore, they protect cell membranes from oxidative damage.

What is useful to know about ubiquinol

Taking ubiquinol

Supplements with ubiquinol are recommended for people who have reached the age of forty and older, those who need additional cellular energy, with weak immunity. They have a rejuvenating, healing and tonic effect. But, as with any vitamin, stimulant or medication, you should consult your doctor.

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Those who are taking ubiquinol for the first time should not start with high doses, 100-200 mg per day is sufficient… In the presence of diseases or vice versa, an active lifestyle that requires additional sources of energy, the dose can be increased to 300 mg per day.

Ubiquinol: a powerful mitochondrial antioxidant

Those patients who take statin drugs to normalize cholesterol levels should combine them with 100-200 mg of ubiquinol per day… Statins not only inhibit cholesterol synthesis, but also reduce the production of CoQlO, the original component required for the production of ubiquinol.

It is best to have a blood test done first to determine CoQlO or organic acid levels. The doctor will select an individual dosage based on the test results, the state of the body, age and other characteristics, the presence of chronic diseases.

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Contraindications for admission

It is important to know that ubiquinol and CoQlO are mitochondrial antioxidants and can therefore block the effects of chemotherapy. Their increased activity leads to an acceleration of energy production not only in normal cells, but also in cancer cells.

Therapies successfully applied to non-cancerous cells can be completely ineffective and even dangerous for cancer patients. It can strengthen the mitochondria of cancer cells, increase their survival and make them insensitive to anti-cancer drugs.

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* Articles from are intended for informational and educational purposes only and do not replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always consult your doctor for any questions you may have about your health condition.

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