Coq10 Congestive Heart Failure

The Side Effects of Statin Drugs

…that the heart is made of muscle tissue, it’s not much of a stretch to think these statin medications could lead to diastolic dysfunction and, subsequently, congestive heart failure. Research appears to verify the connection between statins, depletion of CoQ10 and congestive heart failure. I would…

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Improved Energy: One of the Top Benefits of CoQ10

…on CoQ10, it's like running on weak batteries. Unfortunately, many people write off this feeling as a sign of getting old. They never realize that the real cause of the problem is a CoQ10 deficiency. One of the most serious heart conditions caused by a CoQ10 deficiency is congestive heart failure.That's…

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Medications that Deplete CoQ10 & The CoQ10 Dosage You Need

CoQ10 is one of the most powerful heart vitamins. For general heart health, I recommend a CoQ10 dosage of of 50-100 mg daily. But if you're on a cholesterol-lowering statin drug, or are over 60, I recommend a CoQ10 dosage of 100-200 mg daily. But if you have congestive heart failure or a recent heart

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To Get the Right CoQ10 Dosage You Can't Always Trust the Label

…accurate CoQ10 dosage so you get the full benefits of CoQ10. Years ago when I started to aggressively use coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) to treat congestive heart failure, some patients quickly experienced an improvement in their energy levels. I knew CoQ10 was one of the best natural remedies for heart disease…

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The Truth About the Benefits of Vitamins

…deplete essential vitamins and minerals that need to be replaced. * Some health conditions, like congestive heart failure, are due to suboptimal levels of vitamins and minerals, such as coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and magnesium. * Taking folate reduces birth defects in women of childbearing age. * Low levels…

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Heartfelt Lessons from an American Legend

…complications include a blot clot that travels somewhere else (an embolism) and gets lodged causing a heart attack, stroke, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), or clogging of a graft. Kidney failure and congestive heart failure can also result. What are the takeaway lessons for you? * Prevention is always your best defense…

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Is Red Meat Safe?

…cardiovascular prevention. In addition, there are multiple human studies confirming the benefits of L-carnitine in documented heart disease, i.e. heart attack, angina, congestive heart failure, and atherosclerotic vessels. The researchers raise the issue of TMAO concentrations, which does deserve further investigation…

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