Hydrosoluble Coq10

CoQ10 Supplement: Energy on Call

CoQ10 supplement in divided doses with your meals. It’s more readily absorbed with food (especially some fat). The form of CoQ10 supplement you take also affects how well it’s absorbed. I prefer a form that is hydrosoluble (either water or fat soluble). Research confirms that hydrosoluble CoQ10

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The Side Effects of Statin Drugs

…between statins, depletion of CoQ10 and congestive heart failure. I would never take a statin without the added insurance of supplemental CoQ10. Anyone taking a statin drug for an appropriate reason should be chasing it down with a minimum of 200 mg of hydrosoluble CoQ10. Adhering to a smart cholesterol…

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Common Side Effects of Beta Blockers

…reduction in the need for re-hospitalization after a heart attack. However, I do recommend that you counter the depletion of CoQ10 by taking 100–200 mg of hydrosoluble CoQ10 daily. For more information on treatments for heart attack and other cardiovascular problems, visit www.drsinatra.com.

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