Coenzyme Q10, also known as "ubiquinone", can be found in every living cell. The structure of Coenzyme Q10 is similar to vitamin E, and its content in the human body will decrease with age.
More and more medical studies have shown that Coenzyme Q10 helps:
(1) Protect the heart:
Coenzyme Q10 helps to provide sufficient oxygen to the myocardium to prevent sudden heart disease, especially in the process of myocardial hypoxia. Coenzyme Q10 plays a key role.
(2) Promote energy conversion and improve energy:
Coenzyme Q10 helps convert food into energy necessary for cell survival (such as ATP) to keep cells in their best condition and make people feel more energetic;
(3) Improve immunity and delay aging:
Coenzyme Q10 is a natural antioxidant produced by cells, which can prevent the formation of free radicals, help maintain the normal functioning of the immune system and delay aging;
Recent studies have shown that coenzyme Q-10 has significant effects in preventing coronary heart disease, relieving periodontitis, treating duodenal ulcer and gastric ulcer, and relieving angina pectoris. At the same time, it also has anti-tumor effect, and has certain clinical effects on advanced metastatic cancer.