Coenzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10, is a nutrient that has attracted attention in recent years. Studies have shown that supplementing Coenzyme Q10 can improve the clinical symptoms of patients with heart failure and reduce the occurrence of cardiovascular adverse events, which may be beneficial to patients with coronary artery disease. Almost all evidence proves that Coenzyme Q10 can improve myocardial function, so Coenzyme Q10 is widely used to control cardiovascular diseases.
The total content of Coenzyme Q10 in the human body is only 500-1500mg, which peaks at the age of 20 and decreases with age. After the age of 30, the body's ability to synthesize Coenzyme Q10 gradually declines, so as the age grows, the more you need to supplement Coenzyme Q10
In addition, Coenzyme Q10 has an antioxidant effect, helps resist free radicals, slows down aging, and makes you younger and more energetic, because many advanced beauty and skin care products contain Coenzyme Q10.
The antioxidant capacity of Coenzyme Q10 is 50 times that of Vitamin E, effectively strengthening the immune system