Coenzyme Q10

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Helping Your Pet to Live a Long, Healthy Life

…air pollutants hurt our pets the same way they hurt us—including birds, hamsters, and other pets. Protect them. 3. Supplements: I shared my Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and d-ribose with all three of my Spitz-breed dogs. I'd lost dogs of various other breeds to things like heartworm before I knew about CoQ10…

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Heart-Felt Lessons from the Olympics

…important—but magnesium and D-ribose are especially critical. They’re part of what I call the “Awesome Foursome,” which includes 200 mg of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), 200-600 mg of magnesium, and 2-3 grams of broad spectrum carnitine daily—plus 5 grams of D-ribose two to three times a day. Now it's…

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What is the Best Form of CoQ10 to Take?

…of CoQ10, ubiquinol and ubiquinone. Which is the best form of CoQ10 to take? Here's what you need to know. Years ago when I first learned about coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), few doctors had heard of it amongst the many heart vitamins available. Now, I couldn’t imagine practicing cardiology without it. That’s…

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Good Pet Health Begins with a Heart Healthy Diet

…health, I also gave my dogs Coenzyme Q10—even when they were healthy. Then, as they aged I found quality pet supplements to help with the joint support my dogs needed. When my elkhound, Charlie, appeared to have more trouble breathing with aging, I tweaked his liquid Q10 dose, and it did help. Your…

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Choosing the Best Form of Magnesium

…together. Dr. Sinatra and I personally take a broad-spectrum magnesium (along with the other “awesome foursome” pillars—D-ribose, L-carnitine and coenzyme Q10—whenever we exercise, whether it be with a personal trainer, a Pilates or yoga class or our daily brisk walk. If you want more details on the…

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The 14 Most Dangerous Toxins to the Heart

…major contributor to Parkinson’s disease. 2. Pharmaceutical drugs. They deplete the body of nutrients and energy. For example, statins deplete coenzyme Q10 and diuretics deplete precious potassium and magnesium. So, if you need to take medications you want to supplement accordingly. 3. Alcohol. Overindulgence…

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Secrets for Surviving Seasonal Flu

…antioxidant and vitamin D is essential for both immune system and cardiovascular health, especially during cold and flu season. * Fuel your body with coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which we often think of as the heart nutrient. But it’s also a potent scavenger of free radicals, helping to prevent serious illness…

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