Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is the key of the biochemistry theory. It has been completely verified that Q10 generates ATP at the end of the electron transfer step of the Kreb’s cycle with anti-oxidant activity. Also called as ubiquinone, it plays a key role in generating energy within mitochondria in cells. It is essential element for all the living animals.
Coenzyme Q10 can be obtained from beef, egg, fish (cod, mackerel, salmon, and sardine), spinach, broccoli, unrefined grain, malt, vegetable oil, meat such as liver/heart, and others. As a lipid-soluble substance, it can be effectively absorbed when cooked with oil. But it is easily destroyed when cooked. The recommended daily uptake of CoQ10 is 4.2~7.2 mg which is hardly obtained only by daily foods. The amount of CoQ10 is the highest in the age of 19~20 and it is decreased by aging, environmental pollution, stress, and disease.
1. Relieve the chest pain of patients with coronary artery disease and maintain healthy cardiac vessels.
2. Relieve fatigue and enhance vitality
3. Reinforce immune system
4. Prevent and delay aging of skin
5. Maintain beneficial triglyceride and cholesterol level
6. Asthenospermia: Sperms become inactive when phospholipids and CoQ10 are deficient. The movement of sperms was doubled when infertile males were administered of 200mg of Q10 twice a day, total 6 months.
7. Support gum: Effective as therapeutic supplement for gingivitis
8. Reinforce immune system : Effective as treatment supplement for AIDS and prevent cancer
9. Help to lose weight: Vegetable diets can cause deficiency of CoQ10. Therefore, it is recommended to increase the uptake of soybeans or peanuts accompanied by supplements to maintain appropriate level of CoQ10 of the body.
10. Improve symptoms of depression patient: It has been found that the physiological symptoms of depression patients are induced by decreased energy production rate.