For healthy and active heart and body
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10, ubiquinone) is essential for the human energy metabolism. It regulates the energy supply of our cells, and hence supply the energy of the entire body and is important for proper heart function. All our cells contain CoQ10 which is essential for the biochemical and biological processes and maintenance of health.
With age the body produces less and less coenzyme Q10 and it is therefore necessary to compensate it through food or supplements. In the 40-year-old concentration of coenzyme Q10 is reduced by about 30%, and in those older than 60 years, even up to 60 - 80% compared to the 20-year-old. Experts believe that its lack is of one of the factors of aging and disease related to the aging process. Numerous studies have shown that 75% of people have a deficit of coenzyme Q10.
Science now believes that normal levels of coenzyme Q10 in the body can prevent the emergence and development of certain diseases and significantly delay the cell degeneration process, and thus the aging itself.
Coenzyme Q10 AKTIVE - the use
- Diseases of the heart and blood vessels
(weakness of the heart muscle, arrhythmias, angina
pectoris, myocardial infarction, hypertension)
- As a dietary supplement to aid the prevention of atherosclerosis
- As an adjunct in the therapy with statins and beta-blockers
(drugs that lead to a deficit of coenzyme Q10)
- The elderly - antiaging supplement
- The sportsmen - increases energy production
- In \"chronic fatigue syndrome\"