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A New Form of This Miracle Nutrient Is 8 Times More Powerful …

CoQ10 has made the mainstream. You can find it everywhere. But the type of CoQ10 I want to tell you about has been completely ignored. That’s too bad, because this new form is 8 times better at getting into your blood and staying there. And that’s where it has its miracle-like anti-aging effects. This new form of CoQ10 may give you the opportunity to live disease-free for the rest of your life. Today, I’ll show you how this new “reduced” form of CoQ10 gives you greater power to prevent and reverse disease. You’ll also discover that it ramps up your energy levels and slows your aging process down by a remarkable 51 percent. New Delivery System Boosts Your Blood Levels of CoQ10 In the two decades since CoQ10 made its debut, it’s become one of the most popular – and powerful – nutrients ever discovered. Prior to its arrival in the U.S., it was used exclusively by the Japanese as a prescription drug to treat heart disease. Today, we know that CoQ10 does a lot more than just treat heart disease.1 It destroys free radicals and protects all your major organs, including your brain.2 By providing energy to each and every cell in your body, it extends your life and dramatically slows the degenerative effects of aging. At the core of this new CoQ10 is the particular form of the nutrient you take. Traditionally, all CoQ10 supplements use the active ingredient ubiquinone. But once this gets into your system, your body must convert or r...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Nutrition antioxidants CoQ10 ubiquinol Source Type: news

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