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Life Extension was the first organization to introduce the remarkable ubiquinol form of coenzyme Q10 that absorbed up to eight times greater and slowed aging markers in middle age mice 40% better than conventional CoQ10. We are now pleased to announce the availability of a new delivery system that provides even more ubiquinol CoQ10 to the bloodstream. This patented absorption technology has been licensed exclusively to Life Extension and, due to advances in production technology, it costs less than the original ubiquinol.
Over the past five years, scientists have discovered that higher doses of CoQ10 are needed to achieve optimal results. This originally caused a dilemma with consumers, as they were faced with having to swallow many expensive CoQ10 capsules to derive the desired benefits.
With the advent of stabilized ubiquinol, consumers could affordably achieve the high blood levels of CoQ10 that scientific studies showed provided optimal benefits.
Life Extension is pleased to announce the discovery of an enhanced ubiquinol delivery system that has been shown to double peak CoQ10 blood levels in mice compared to the original ubiquinol formula. Equally impressive is the ability of this enhanced ubiquinol formula to achieve 66% greater total amount of CoQ10 in blood over 24 hours than the original formula.
Human and animal research document improved benefits when higher amounts of CoQ10 are delivered over a more sustained period of time. This new enhanced-absorbing ubiquinol may therefore provide greater biological effects than any previous CoQ10 supplement.
More humans are supplementing with coenzyme Q10 than ever before. One reason is the increased awareness that the "statin" drugs used to lower LDL and cholesterol depletes the body of CoQ10. What most doctors don't know, however, is that normal aging may result in a greater reduction in CoQ10 than is caused by taking statin drugs. For example, while statin drugs have been shown to reduce plasma CoQ10 by 40%, the aging process reduces CoQ10 levels in the heart muscle wall by 72%. What is particularly frightening is the thought of people taking statin drugs who fail to supplement with CoQ10. The CoQ10 deficit caused by the dual affects of aging and statin drug use could result in severe depletion of cellular vitality.