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 Don’t Make This CoQ10 Mistake

CoQ10, the shorthand for Coenzyme q10, is one of the most commonly recommended supplements in the world.

In fact, Doctors who prescribe the typical treatments for a long list of heart issues usually tell their patients to take CoQ10 in addition to their prescriptions.

Why?

Because CoQ10 has been shown to help improve cholesterol levels and protect the heart so powerfully... they know they’d be crazy not to.

Problem is, a lot of people who take CoQ10 make a common mistake with this supplement.

That mistake is they simply don’t take enough.

And if you don’t get enough CoQ10... you won’t get the cardiovascular support studies show this supplement provides.

If You Take CoQ10... 
Be Sure You Do This First

 

If you’ve been told by a physician (or just know from blood panels and family history) you need to improve your cholesterol or else.

And want to take CoQ10 because your doctor told you it will help…

Do the following first.

Check the strength of your CoQ10.

Most people choose low dose CoQ10 because it’s cheaper. Typically these low doses are around 30mg, 50mg, or 60mg.

Unfortunately doses that low simply aren’t going to cut it.

To get the maximal cholesterol improving effect you should take 90-120 mg everyday.

That’s the optimal amount of CoQ10 according to Dr. Weil.

On his website it says he “suggests at least 90 to 120 mg of supplemental CoQ10 for any adult.”

And when I was doing research with my father (my father is an integrative physician at one of the fastest-growing clinics in the U.S.), he often suggested 100mg for his patients.

Why 100 mg?

Well, aside from studies showing 100mg is shown to to improve CoQ10 levels, it really has to do with the how CoQ10 works.

And if you don’t get enough CoQ10, trying to improve your cholesterol levels will be like fighting a forest fire with a garden hose.

The Science Behind the Right Amount of CoQ10

CoQ10 is an incredibly powerful antioxidant naturally found in our bodies (thanks to the food we eat).

It just so happens the highest concentrations of CoQ10 is found in the cells of the heart. One of the key roles CoQ10 plays in heart health is it helps provide the actual cellular fuel they need to make your heart beat on time.

Unfortunately, as we age, we become deficient in CoQ10.

Levels start off high in our younger years, yet with each passing decade they drop.

Beginning in their 40s, many people will lose CoQ10 at a drastic rate. Sometimes it happens so fast by the time they’re on their 60s heir CoQ10 levels are razor-thin.

Not only does this affect how well your heart beats…

It can have serious effects on how your body handles cholesterol.

When your CoQ10 levels are normal, cholesterol flows harmlessly through your arteries.

What happens when CoQ10 levels fall is cholesterol will oxidize  (oxidation is the same process that happens when rust eats metal).

In the case of cholesterol, oxidation leads to cholesterol becoming “sticky” and building up in your arteries.  

Not good.

To prevent the oxidation of your cholesterol it’s important you get the right amount of CoQ10.

Which is at least 90 mg according to quite a few studies.

Some studies even show 150mg of CoQ10 will improve cholesterol

Whatever you do, don’t skimp out on getting the right amount of CoQ10.

This is why we recommend our Cardio CoQ10. It's a full 100mg dose which has shown to be clinically effective for improving heart health...

Cardio CoQ10 is also the highest-quality and purity and puts this CoQ10 on the next level.

And it’s a great value too!

Get yours here or by clicking the image below. 

 



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