Coenzyme Q10 plus Cinnamon
Per softgel: Co-Q10 120 mg, Cinnamon 1000 mg
Three times more bio-available
Retail $39.95 / Your Cost $29.96
Coenzyme Q-10 (CoQ-10) is a substance that is found naturally in the body and helps convert food into energy. While it is found in all human cells, the highest concentration occurs in the liver, kidney, heart and pancreas. Coenzyme Q-10 helps support enzymes in their various biochemical functions. Studies indicate that CoQ-10 serves as an antioxidant and plays a vital role in oxygen utilization and energy production, particularity in heart cell muscles.
Cinnamon may help energy levels, concentration and alertness and may help balance healthy blood sugar levels.
Studies show that if CoQ10 declines to a 25% deficiency, our organs and systems cannot meet their energy requirements. Below 75% deficiency, life can no longer be sustained. CoQ10 has numerous benefits including improving the efficiency of energy production, improving heart function, preventing and curing gum disease, boosting the immune system, improving weight loss programs, reducing high blood pressure, and anti-aging effects!
General Benefits of Coenzyme Q10
Cardiovascular Benefits of Coenzyme Q10
Anti-aging Effects of Coenzyme Q10
Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known. It is mentioned in the Bible and other ancient texts and was used in ancient Egypt as a beverage flavoring and medicine. It was so highly treasured that it was considered more precious than gold. It is also mentioned in one of the earliest books on Chinese traditional medicine, dated around 2,700 B.C in which it was valued for its warming quali-ties.
Cinnamon's unique healing abilities come from the basic types of components in the essential oils formed in its bark. These oils contain active components of 1.cinnamaldehyde, 2.cinnamyleacelate, and 3.cinnamyl alcohol, plus a wide range of other nutrients like manganese.
There is no official daily value recommendations for CoQ-10. Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D. suggests at least 90-120 mg per day especially for those taking statin medications or those who are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
Some additional suggestions include: