Protect your health with this essential nutrient
What exactly is CoEnzyme Q-10?
CoQ-10 is the perfect combination of vitamins, antioxidants and Omega-3 fats, and is created when all of these important nutrients combine inside every one of your millions of cells. Without enough CoQ-10, your body cannot operate at peak function.
Studies show that after age 50, CoQ-10 levels drop by about 50%, making supplementation crucial to continued good health. Plus, if you’re taking statin drugs, you may be at even higher risk for decreased CoQ-10 levels.
Signs of deficiency
In the early stages, deficiency may manifest itself in a wide variety of dental problems. If you suffer from sensitive teeth, bleeding, swollen or shrinking gums, your body may be telling you that you’ve exceeded your ability to produce CoQ-10.
Who should take CoQ-10?
If one or more of the statements below apply, you may be a prime candidate for CoQ-10 supplementation:
- You are over 50
- You want greater stamina (some use it as a performance enhancer)
- You have gum problems or sensitive teeth
- You take a statin drug:
Several studies have confirmed that statin drugs interfere with CoQ-10 production, causing blood levels of CoQ-10 to drop. Discuss CoQ-10 supplementation with your healthcare provider
What’s the best CoQ-10 supplement for you?
Not all supplements are created equal. Remember: It’s not how much you take, but how much you absorb that counts. Studies show that CoQ-10 in an oil-based form – like TriVita’s – works best and maximizes potency because it’s more absorbable than the dry tablet form often found in drugstores.
If you’re at risk for low CoQ-10 levels, you owe it to yourself to see how TriVita CoEnzyme Q-10 can make a difference. Order yours now.
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