Co-Q10 Liposomal

Liposomal Coenzyme Q10 (Organic) Sunflower Lecithin - Heart/Longevity
250ml (8.45 fl. oz.)

CoQ10 (Coenzyme Q10) appears naturally within the mitochondria of every cell, yet its production declines with age. The heart, kidneys, lungs, liver, and skeletal muscles require energy to function and contain the highest levels of Co Q-10. Perhaps CoEnzyme Q-10s most important role is supporting the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). This is a molecule that helps deliver energy to each cell in our body, from heart cells to digestive system cells. In addition to hundreds of reports from Japanese doctors on CoQ10's positive effects with heart patients, Dr. Denton Cooley found that most of his heart disease patients were CoQ10 deficient. His finding corroborates discoveries from Karl Folker, Ph.D, who originally researched CoQ10. This vital antioxidant  is in highly absorbable Liposomal form, so the supplement is utilised fully. When a regular capsule is ingested it must first pass from the mouth through the digestive system to finally be absorbed in the small intestine. During this process, the nutrients before being metabolised by the liver and absorbed. This process slows and reduces the nutrients' bioavailability. Manufactured in a HACCP registered European laboratory using only European sourced components. 

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Ancient Purity Presents CoQ10 which in adequate amounts is particularly vital for cardiovascular health. Inadequate CoQ10 levels have been noted in incidences of many chronic illnesses. Lack of CoQ10 can cause Rhabdomyolysis, which is the breakdown of muscle fibres that leads to the release of muscle fibre contents (myoglobin) into the bloodstream. Myoglobin often causes kidney damage. Notably, rhabdomyolysis has often been observed in patients who take statin drugs. It is tragic that statin drugs which are prescribed for reputed heart benefit lower CoQ10 production by up to 50%! CoQ10 is also an important antioxidant which inhibits both the initiation and the propagation of lipid and protein oxidation. Additionally, it regenerates other antioxidants such as Vitamin E. One study demonstrated that low doses of CoQ10 reduced oxidation and DNA double-strand breaks and combined with a diet rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids leads to a longer lifespan. CoQ10 (Coenzyme Q10) appears naturally within almost every cell in the body, yet its production declines with age making dietary intake more important.

The highest levels of CoQ10 (CoQ10 acts as a very powerful antioxidant, which protects cells from damage and plays an important part in the metabolism) can be found in tissues with high energy requirements such as the heart and skeletal muscles. Organs with the highest energy requirements such as the heart, liver, and kidney have the highest concentrations of CoQ10. Co-Q10 is formulated with Liposomal technology making it potentially easier and faster for nutrients to get into your cells and energise them. This exclusive Liposomal Co-Q10 contains phospholipids from sunflower lecithin to help aid absorption. When mixed with water these phospholipids help create liposomes, the liposomes can help Co-Q10 gain entry across your gut membrane to its target organs and cells. With this advanced liposomal technology, you don't need the digestive system to break Co-Q10 down into absorbable fragments as it must with other Co-Q10s supplements... Liposomal Co-Q10 is a highly absorbable formula with no artificial or bioengineered ingredients.

Liposomal Co-Q10 - Information & Points to Research

  • Liposomal Technology for Full Absorption & Effect. 
  • 200mg of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) per 5ml serving.
  • Formulated with Organic Sunflower Lecithin. Soy FREE.
  • Supports a Healthy Heart & Healthy Blood Pressure
  • Helps Maintain a Youthful & Active Lifestyle.
  • Easy to Use & Travel-Friendly.
  • Vital Component for Longevity.
  • Supports Healthy Kidneys.
  • May Provide Relief from Migraine Headaches.
  • Promots Cell Energy & All-Over Nutrition.
  • Could also Reduce the Oxidative Damage that Leads to Muscle Fatigue, Skin Damage and Brain & Lung Issues.
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Co-Q10 Sources & Effect

CoQ10 is also found in relatively small amounts in a wide variety of foods, with the highest amounts found in organ meats such as heart, liver and kidney, as well as beef, sardines, mackerel, and peanuts. Other food items with modest amounts of CoQ10 include grape seed oil, walnuts, hazelnuts, pistachios, parsley, spinach, sesame seeds, olive oil and avocado. Food sources alone may not be enough for those deficient in CoQ10. To put dietary CoQ10 intake into perspective, one pound of sardines, two pounds of beef, or two and one-half pounds of peanuts, provide only 30mg of CoQ10. 

As we age, we lose much of our supply of CoQ10, particularly in the heart. At the age of 80, for example, CoQ10 levels are cut by more than half. CoQ10 benefits and protects the heart in many ways, including helping lowering high blood pressure and preventing the oxidation of LDL cholesterol. The effectiveness and safety of CoQ10 in the treatment of congestive heart failure has been well established by numerous studies. One recent study also found that CoQ10 can improve survival after a cardiac arrest. CoQ10 is not a magic bullet. It is an important compound that our bodies produce, but production declines as we age. It functions best in conjunction with a decent diet and other quality supplements. Foods such as organic organ meats, oily fish, spinach, peanuts, and whole grains provide some CoQ10.

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Co-Q-10 A Powerful, Effective Supplement

It likes to lodge in the parts of our cells that produce energy, and is instrumental for producing the molecule adenosine-5-triphosphate (ATP). ATP is a major source of cellular energy, and it's involved with several metabolic processes within the cell, including protein production. Beside its antioxidant capabilities, which scavenge damaging free radicals that cause cellular damage, it appears able to repair oxidative damage. CoQ10 prevents problematic blood clotting. All these qualities have made it a favourite for increasing cardiovascular health and for preventing heart diseases or recovering rapidly from heart problems.

In addition to hundreds of reports from Japanese doctors on CoQ10's positive effects with heart patients, Dr. Denton Cooley found that most of his heart disease patients were CoQ10 deficient. His finding corroborates discoveries from Karl Folker, Ph.D, who had originally researched CoQ10 in the west. For athletic types or those who are involved in strenuous activities, CoQ10 offers rapid recovery times from spent energy and muscular stress as well as additional energy too for competing athletically or completing arduous physical tasks.

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Further Research on CoQ10

Perhaps the most unusual benefit is how CoQ10 could help kidneys recover from renal failure. Obviously, it should also help those with less drastic kidney conditions. A 2003 study published in the Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine showed dramatic improvement in renal failure patients who took CoQ10 compared to those who took the placebo. Some who were on dialysis were even eventually able to manage without. As an aside, it seems cruel to conduct test trials using placebos, depriving those of the benefits found with what's being tested. But that's the way modern mainstream medicine does it.

In addition to those tests, testing is being conducted to determine the effects of CoQ10 on neurological problems. The focus for testing is on the early phases of those issues. The intention is to prevent them from fully manifesting. Co-Q-10 is a naturally occurring compound sold over the counter as a supplement. Perhaps Big Pharma is on the side-lines trying to figure out how to replicate CoQ10 in a lab and get it patented. If that occurs, those obscure trials on renal failure and neurological disorders may become very public.

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Liposomal’s Accurate Encapsulation Technology

When a regular capsule or pill is ingested it must first pass from the mouth through the digestive system to finally be absorbed in the small intestine. During this process, digestive enzymes in the mouth and stomach, digestive acids, bile salts and various gut flora degrade the nutrients before they are finally metabolised by the liver and made available to the body. This entire process slows and reduces the nutrients' bioavailability.
Phospholipids are impervious to the various digestive juices. This makes liposomes the perfect delivery system for acid and enzyme-reactive substances. In a nutshell, a liposome allows the nutrient to be delivered directly to exactly where it is needed, inside the cell.

This product has been developed and manufactured in a HACCP registered European laboratory using only European sourced components. Special techniques have been used to ensure the stability and efficacy of the product. 

CoQ10 a Heart full of Magic

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Liposome is a Name that comes from 2 Greek words: 'Lipos' which means Fat and 'Soma' which means Body.

An artificial microscopic vesicle consisting of an aqueous core enclosed in one or more phospholipid layers. In other words, a liposome is a tiny 'nano' sized bubble or sphere (vesicle) made from a phospholipid (in this case, phosphatidylcholine). This is the same material of which our cell membranes consist. These bubbles can be filled with substances such as Vitamin C, Glutathione or even drugs. Liposomes have the ability to carry either water of fat-soluble payloads, which makes them an ideal delivery system.

Phospholipids are amphiphilic, they consist of a hydrophilic (water-loving) head and hydrophobic (water-hating) tail.
When phospholipids are placed in an aqueous solution, the hydrophobic tails face each other avoiding the water and forming a phospholipid bilayer while the hydrophilic heads form hydrogen bonds with the water molecules. The lipid bilayer will form a closed sphere (liposome) to completely exclude water from the hydrophobic tail.

Co-Q10 - Supports your Health Naturally

CoQ10 appears naturally within almost every cell in the body, yet its production declines with age making dietary intake more important. The highest levels of CoQ10 can be found in tissues with high energy requirements such as the heart and skeletal muscles.

Co-Q10 Liposomal… Closing Thoughts

On a usual day, our hearts beats over 100,000 times pumping over 22,700 litres of blood through more than 60,000 miles of blood vessels. In general, this means that in a lifetime 2.5 billion heartbeats pump a total amount of 454 billion litres of blood. It is pivotal to promote the health of our hearts so that this vital organ can perform its vital duty. There’re numerous dietary, lifestyle, and nutrients supporting a healthy heart. But for all those people dealing with any challenges or stress in heart function, supplementing with Liposomal CoQ10 may be crucial. Coenzyme Q10 is a powerful antioxidant in our bodies. It is used to produce energy by mitochondria (The energy-producing cell’s unit of our bodies). Normally, our bodies create sufficient amounts of CoQ10 themselves. But significant scientific research revealed that there are numerous situations where our bodies as a certain tissue or as a whole do not produce adequate levels of CoQ10.  Especially, low levels of CoQ10 are found whenever the vascular system is stressed. Cholesterol-lowering statin medication and several other medicines lead to reduced CoQ10 levels. Most health care practitioners now realise the significance of providing CoQ10 in their patients using statins preventing the fall in CoQ10 levels. Diabetes, overweightness and inflammation as well lead to low CoQ10 levels. Persons older than 60 years typically have decreased CoQ10 levels as production within cells is known to reduce as we get older. Fortunately, supplementing Liposomal CoQ10 can restore decent levels of this essential compound.

Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 has emerged over the last 4 decades as a best-selling dietary food supplement based upon extensive scientific research highlighting important health-improving benefits. Most of CoQ10’s health benefits involve its skill to enhance the production of energy and function as an antioxidant. Working in our bodies as an antioxidant, CoQ10 helps protecting cell structures against harm. Liposomal CoQ10 aids to retain vitamin E in its active antioxidant shape as well. Additionally, Liposomal CoQ10 increases the amounts of essential antioxidant enzymes that farther protect body cells from damage. Plenty human clinical trials have comprehensively reported Liposomal CoQ10’s health benefits in helping to enhance our hearts’ functions. It’s not ‘rocket science’ to understand why. Liposomal CoQ10 is essential to our hearts’ cells and whenever cells of the heart are challenged or under pressure it creates a higher request for Coenzyme Q10.  Supplementation with Liposomal CooQ10 in such situations is simply providing the need. Clinical scientific studies indicate that correcting a Coenzyme Q10 deficiency can lead to considerable heart function improvements. Here’re the most important benefits noted in clinical research with Liposomal CoQ10 in enhancing heart function: Improved exercise capacity in persons with impaired heart function; increased oxygen use by the heart muscle; better blood pressure control and higher production of cellular energy manufacturing by the heart muscle. 

I would like to say it again, supplementing with Liposomal CoQ10 is particularly pivotal in patients using statin medication to reduce cholesterol. Cholesterol’s production and CoQ10 flows down the same biochemical pathway. This pathway used by both CoQ10 and cholesterol should never be blocked. A blockage will lead to decreased levels of both CoQ10 and cholesterol. With the use of statin, CoQ10 levels can drop by as much as 50%! Health specialist came to the conclusion that reduced CoQ10 levels caused by statin medicines might be the main cause for certain side effects experienced due to the use of statins, such as exhaustion and muscular issues Supplementation with our high-quality Liposomal CoQ10 in statin users can enhance these drugs’ tolerability.

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Co-Q-10 Liposomal

Per 5 ml serving

  • Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) 200mg.

Phosphatidylcholine derived from Organic Sunflower Lecithin.

Other Ingredients:
Water, Potassium Sorbate (preservative), Vitamin E (antioxidant), Citric Acid.
Traces of Ethanol and Glycerol.

Suitable for vegetarians and free of corn, soy, yeast, gluten and rice.

  • Shake before use. Take one teaspoon (5ml) per day, with or without food or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. CoQ10 dosages up to 1,200 mg/day in adults have shown to not produce side effects. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.
  • If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or taking any medications, please consult a doctor before use.
  • Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Keep out of reach and sight of children.

Are you taking Statins? Statin drugs deplete Co Q-10 stores in the body and therefore supplementation with Co Q-10 may help to replenish these stores. Co Q-10 is not intended to serve as a replacement for Statin therapy, nor should you discontinue taking any prescribed medications while supplementing with Co Q-10. 

NOTE: There are other drugs that may lower CoQ10 levels by blocking its manufacture. These include including other cholesterol-lowering drugs as well as beta-blockers, phenothiazines, and tricyclic antidepressants.

  • Brand: Lipolife.
  • Size: 250ml 
  • Estimated shelf life from purchase: 2 years.
  • Storage: Keep in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
Q - Does LLQ1 contain contain ubiquinone or ubiquinol?
A - It is the ubiquinone form. One of the reported benefits of using Ubiquinol over Ubiquinone is that it is better absorbed, particularly as we get older. But for lipolife, absorption of CoQ10 in the ubiquinone form is not an issue. Ubiquinone converts to and from Ubiquinol many times per second inside the mitochondria.

Q - What is the difference between coQ10 and Ubiquinol?
A - Ubiquinol is the active and bioavailable form of coQ10 (This is Liposomal’s coQ10), while other forms of coQ10, such as ubidecarenone, need to be converted to ubiquinol prior to utilisation by the body. 

Q - Is COQ10 the same as Q10?
A - Yes! There's a reason why COQ10 took the skincare world by storm. COQ10 provides the cells in your skin with the critical energy needed to be able to repair and regenerate. Using this energy, your skin can repair and regenerate at a faster rate. COQ10 also supports the production of collagen, another critical skin nutrient. As it is a powerful anti-oxidant, co-enzyme 10 helps to defend your skin from the adverse effects of sun exposure that are caused by free radicals.
Q - What is CoQ10 good for?
A - CoQ10 plays a hugely important role in allowing our cells to create energy. As such, it is found in tissues with high energy requirements such as the heart and skeletal muscles. It is an anti-oxidant made naturally in the body and also found in certain foods.
Q - Who needs to take CoQ10?
A - As tissue levels of Coenzyme Q10 decline as we age, more significantly over the age of 35, supplementation from the age of 30 should help maintain optimum levels. Lower levels of CoQ10 can be associated with poor health conditions such as heart disease.

Scientific Articles

US National Library of Medicine - Coenzyme Q10 Supplementation in Aging and Disease

Medical News Today – What are the benefits of CoQ10?

Open Access to Scientific and Medical Research - Potential role of coenzyme Q10 in health and disease conditions

Supporting Scientific Research

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