Ubiquinol is the reduced active form of Co-Enzyme Q10 (ubiquinone). And like, Co-Enzyme Q10, it is critical to the cellular ATP (energy) production cycle. Without the presence of both of these within the body’s cells, cellular energy cannot be generated or sustained.
Co-Enzyme Q10 will continue to be an important supplement for many. The only way to increase ubiquinol levels in the body was, until recently, from the conversion of it from co-enzyme Q10, which research has shown becomes increasingly difficult with age. The pre-converted form of co-enzyme Q10, ubiquinol, will be of greater significance for those of 40 years plus, or those affected by age-related health conditions, due to its enhanced absorption.
It has taken scientists over a decade to produce ubiquinol for use in supplements and now several years after this success, Lamberts® have included it in their range. Lamberts® Ubiquinol is derived from co-enzyme Q10 that is bio-identical to the co-enzyme Q10 produced within the body (some co-enzyme Q10 products are processed from bacteria or tobacco derivatives). Each easy to take, small capsule provides a full 100mg.
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