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CoQ10 Facts: What You Should Know

…highly-absorbable CoQ10. * Not every CoQ10 supplement works. The form of CoQ10 you take affects how well it’s absorbed. Research confirms that hydrosoluble CoQ10 (such as Hydro Q-Sorb, which is what I take) is the most bioavailable, enabling the nutrient to reach much higher levels in the blood. How much…

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Watch White Coat Hypertension

…also want to start taking blood pressure-friendly supplements on a daily basis—such as fish oil (2–3 grams), magnesium (400–800 mg), hydrosoluble CoQ10 (100–200 mg), and a garlic supplement high in allicin (500–1,000 mg). Finally, consider my book, Lower Your Blood Pressure in Eight Weeks…

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The Pros and Cons of Statin Drugs

…and congestive heart failure. Therefore, it is critical that anyone taking statin drugs should be chasing it down with a minimum of 200 mg of hydrosoluble CoQ10 a day. Natural Ways to Achieve and Maintain Healthy Cholesterol Levels If tese side effects frighten you (and they should!), then you may be…

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Four Therapies for Heart Attack Patients

…following a heart attack, survival rates increase by a remarkable 10 percent. If you’ve had a heart attack, I recommend taking 300 mg of hydrosoluble CoQ10 per day. * L-carnitine. As with CoQ10, if L-carnitine is administered within the first day or two after a heart attack, survival is extended…

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