CO-Q10 100MG 150CAP SISU

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It is very difficult to obtain enough CoQ10 from our diet because it is destroyed by heat (cooking food), and although the body manufactures a significant amount of CoQ10 when we are young, this production declines with age. Many people of middle age and older have CoQ10 deficiency and low levels of CoQ10 are associated with an increased risk for a number of age-related diseases.

CoQ10 is found in some foods including beef, peanuts, and sardines but a daily CoQ10 supplement is a wise precautionary measure, particularly for those with a family history of conditions including heart disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, or high blood pressure.