Now Foods CoQ10 with Omega-3 Fish Oil is a product aimed at assisting cardiovascular health. Now Foods Co-enzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like compound also called ubiquinone. CoQ-10 is an essential component of cells and is necessary for mitochondrial energy production. Years of research has shown that Now Foods Co enzyme Q 10 With Omega-3 Fish Oil supports healthy cardiovascular and immune system functions in addition to its vital role in energy production. Now Foods CoQ10 With Omega-3 Fish Oil is Pharmaceutical (USP) Grade. NOW uses only the 100% natural, all-trans form of CoQ10. Consumption of Omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. FDA evaluated the data and determined that, although there is scientific evidence supporting the claim, the evidence is not conclusive.
CoEnzyme Q-10 (CoQ-10) is a natural compound that is being used clinically to medically treat heart disease in Japan, Italy and China. CoQ-10 is also used as a natural health product in the USA, Canada and some other countries. In the human body, CoQ-10 is found concentrated in the heart and liver tissue, where it functions in the respiratory electron transport system in mitochondria. Consequently, its toxicity to the human body is extremely low. It has ten isoprene units forming a side chain attached to benzoquinone ring and all the ten double bonds in the side chain should be ''trans'' form to be physiologically effective in medicinal applications.
Benefits and features
- Cardiovascular Health
- with Omega-3 Fish Oil
- Reduce Risk of Heart Disease
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