How do you measure the strength of a heart? –By its CoQ10.
CoQ10 is a natural substance made by the body and an essential nutrient the heart needs to function. And if you’re taking a cholesterol-lowering statin that may deplete your body’s natural supply of CoQ10, you need to be taking a CoQ10 supplement as well.
As a Supplement, CoQ10 is Well Documented to be Supportive of Good Cardiovascular Health!
We were delighted to learn that consumers are in tune to CoQ10’s benefits, ranking it their fifth most popular supplement in a recent survey.
“As a supplement, CoQ10 is well documented to be supportive of good cardiovascular health,” said Steven Lamm, MD, clinical assistant professor at the New York University School of Medicine. Dr. Lamm served as a scientific adviser to CocoaWell.*
Studies of CoQ10 have shown it supports heart health, helps boost energy and also provides support for brain health and overall healthy aging.*
With those benefits in mind, let us tell you about CocoaWell® CoQ10 and what makes it an advanced formula. CocoaWell combines CoQ10 with healthy cocoa that we’ve enhanced with a flavanol-rich blend of green tea and Acacia catechu. Called Pure Plant Flavanol Complex (PPF Complex®), it delivers the benefits of Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), catechin and epicatechin. Moreover, our CoQ10 is 200 mg—one of the highest on the market, which makes it an excellent value.*
Found primarily in the mitochondria of nearly every cell of the body (which is why it’s also known as ubiquinone for ‘ubiquity’), CoQ10 is also present in foods such as wild salmon, broccoli, eggs, nuts, seeds and olive oil. Strawberries and oranges are the only fruits that contain CoQ10. Meats such as beef, chicken and pork are also high in CoQ10.
A large body of scientific evidence shows that supplementing your diet with CoQ10 helps to maintain healthy circulation and support a healthy immune system.* Our CoQ10 helps blood pressure and HDL/LDL blood lipid ratios already within the normal range.*
In addition, CoQ10 naturally supports the body’s protection from oxidative stress and free radicals.*