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CoQ10: ubiquinone vs. ubiquinol

CoQ10: ubiquinone vs. ubiquinol Visit the vitamin and supplement aisle in any drug or grocery store, and there is most likely an entire space filled with CoQ10 products. Google “CoQ10” and nearly 7 million results appear. Read about nutrients for heart function support and CoQ10 is sure to be featured. Without a doubt, people are talking about CoQ10 in a number of different spaces. Have you joined the conversation? At My Remedy Shop, we see and hear about questions people are having about CoQ10, and have taken particular...

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7 Proven COQ10 Supplement Benefits

7 Proven COQ10 Supplement Benefits If you are getting older, chances are, you’re CoQ10-deficient. In fact, the older you get the lower your CoQ10 count gets; it hardly seems fair. With the increasing amount of health ailments you have to worry about as you age, you have to worry about this now too? Fortunately, there is a CoQ10 supplement you can take to make up for this deficiency, so that is one less worry you can cross off your list. CoQ10 mimics the antioxidant naturally produced in your body and certain foods. Present in...

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Too Lazy or Tired to Exercise? Vitamin C Can Help

Too Lazy or Tired to Exercise? Vitamin C Can Help The blood vessels of obese and overweight adults are characterized by increased activity of endothelin (ET)-1, a protein that constricts the small vessels. Heightened activity of ET-1 makes the blood vessel less responsive to blood flow demand and increases a person’s risks to develop vascular diseases. Exercise is known to reduce ET-1 activity but while individuals with weight problems are advised to exercise to improve their health, researchers said that more than half do not engage in...

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Heart Health – Maybe what you have always been told is not the truth!

Heart Health – Maybe what you have always been told is not the truth! Heart Health- Maybe what you have always been told is not the truth! The term “heart disease” is often used interchangeably with the term “cardiovascular disease.” Cardiovascular disease generally refers to conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can lead to a heart attack, chest pain (angina) or stroke. The science on heart disease has changed a lot over the last few years. Cholesterol sticks to the blood vessels and causes the narrowing or...

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