CoQ10 is essential for energy production at a cellular level.†
Supplemental CoQ10 supports heart and cardiovascular health by replenishing CoQ10 levels that naturally decrease with age.†
Published studies show results.
Vitaline® CoQ10 is shown to increases cellular energy and production and promotes cardiovascular health.†
Vitaline® CoQ10 is the most widely studied CoQ10 supplement available.
As the most studied coQ10 supplement on the market, Vitaline® CoQ10 is used by leading medical specialists worldwide. It's the first CoQ10 proven to be safe and effective in high doses.†
It is CoQ10 in a pure, natural form - not synthesized.
Coenzyme Q10 can be synthesized by a chemical process, but that produces a distinctly different product that contains chemical compounds not found in the natural form. Vitaline® CoQ10 contains the natural form of coenzyme Q10.
Chew three wafers daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
If pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use.
**Based on 2000 calorie diet.
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Is CoQ10 (ubiquinone) natural or synthetic?
Vitaline® CoQ10 contains only the natural form of coenzyme Q10. Natural CoQ10 is produced through a biological fermentation/extraction process and is identical to the form produced in the human body. Coenzyme Q10 can also be synthesized by a chemical process, which yields a similar, but distinctly different chemical structure than that found in the natural form. The bioavailability of synthetic CoQ10 has not been confirmed.
Describe the delivery system used for Vitaline® CoQ10.
CoQ10 is a large, fat-soluble molecule. When CoQ10 is manufactured with a special mixture of vegetable fatty acids, it allows the molecule to change shape and become more flexible. The CoQ10 can then enter the cellular mitochondria and cross the blood-brain barrier. Vitaline® CoQ10 has been proven to raise serum and mitochondrial levels of CoQ10.†