CoQ10 Fast Dissolve TRANS isomer is a natural NON-GMO potent antioxidant, which protects the mitochondria and the cell membrane against free radicals and oxidative damage.
Mitochondria is the power house of the cell and generates energy in the form of ATP (Adenosine Tri-phosphate) from sugar and fat.
Many of the degenerative symptoms of aging are referred to as mitochondrial disorders.
Aging has been associated with a reduced capacity for oxidative phosphorylation in the cells, most likely due to a decline in mitochondria content and/or function.
Research has shown that in the muscle cells, a poor capacity for oxidative metabolism is associated with Insulin Resistance and Type 2 diabetes.
Recent studies further indicate that muscle mitochondria of patients with Type 2 diabetes are smaller, less in number and may also be less functional as compared to healthy people.
Minding your Mitochondria
At the age of 25 our bodies produce 100% of the TRANS isomer of CoQ10 required. As we age the natural production of CoQ10 dramatically declines.
Since cells require CoQ10 for energy production, the result of CoQ10 deficiency can be seen in many symptoms associated with aging.
As you know, free radicals are chemicals produced in the body through normal pathways that possess one or more unpaired electron such as O2.- , OH. and other non-radical oxygen derivatives, such as hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).
Unpaired electrons are not stable, and are highly reactive.
Unstable free radicals attack stable cellular components, to gain an electron causing damage to lipids, proteins and DNA inside the cells and generating new free radicals. In addition to normal body processes, environmental factors such as radiation, pollution, cigarette smoking, and high fat diets generate free radicals.
TRANS CoQ10 protects LDL Cholesterol ( Low-Density Lipoprotein, the Bad Cholesterol )against oxidation which causes much of the damage of atherosclerosis.
Approximately 15 million people in the United States use Statin drugs to reduce their blood Cholesterol levels.
Statin drugs are structurally similar to HMG-CoA (hydroxymethyl-coenzyme A) a precursor of cholesterol, and are competitive inhibitors of HMG-CoA reductase, the last regulated step in the synthesis of Cholesterol. Lipitor, Zocor, Mevacor and Pravachol are Statin drugs.
HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors block the biosynthesis of TRANS CoQ10 in the body.
According to the researchers, all patients taking Statin drugs should be taking TRANS CoQ10 supplement.
Because cells of the heart have high energy demands, initial clinical studies investigated the effect of TRANS CoQ10 on cardiac mitochondrial function.
Recent studies have shown the neuro-protective benefits of TRANS CoQ10 on brain cells.
Researchers found that TRANS CoQ10 levels in Parkinson's patients were 35% lower than age-matched controls.
This deficiency caused a significant reduction in the activity of enzymes that are critical to the mitochondrial function of the brain cells.
CoQ10 Fast Dissolve in TRANS isomer form is known to improve the immune profile of the skin because of its potent antioxidant effect.
Because of its ANTIAGING results on the skin, CoQ10 is added to many of the skin care products to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Taking 100 mg of CoQ10 Fast Dissolve TRANS isomer orally provides a much higher concentration of soluble TRANS CoQ10 to the skin (face and the entire body).
TRANS CoQ10 is provided in an easy to swallow soft gel capsule with greater solubility.
Nature and nurture, together with sound scientific knowledge can accurately help prevent and delay the signs of aging.
TRANS Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ 10) or ubiquinone is essentially a vitamin called Vitamin Q.
Vitamins are defined as organic compounds essential in minute amounts for normal body function acting as coenzymes or precursors to coenzymes.
They are present naturally in foods and sometimes are also synthesized in the body.
TRANS CoQ10 is found in small amounts in a wide variety of foods and is synthesized in all tissues.
The term "bioenergetics" has been used to describe the field of biochemistry looking specifically at cellular energy production. In the related field of free radical chemistry, TRANS CoQ10 has been studied in its reduced form as a potent antioxidant.
COENZYME Q10 is the ONLY supplement that has its own International Association.
TRANS COENZYME Q10 DEFICIENCY
Normal blood and tissue levels of CoQ10 have been well established by numerous investigators around the world.
Significantly decreased levels of CoQ10 have been noted in a wide variety of causes.
TRANS CoQ10 deficiency may be caused by insufficient dietary CoQ10, impairment in CoQ10 biosynthesis, excessive utilization of CoQ10 by the body, or any combination of the three.
Decreased dietary intake is presumed in chronic malnutrition and cachexia.
Many products in the market are the CIS isomer of CoQ10 made from tobacco or potato skin which does not absorb in the body.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Over the past several years, there has been a steady increase in public interest and awareness of nutritional supplements and vitamins.
Along with this accelerated interest has come an understandable explosion in the number and complexity of questions raised about vitamins in general.
1. What is TRANS CoQ10?
TRANS CoQ10 is a Fast Dissolve lipid-soluble vitamin present in every cell of the body and serves as a coenzyme for several of the key enzymatic steps in the production of energy within the cell. It also functions as an antioxidant which is important in its clinical effects.
TRANS CoQ10 is naturally present in small amounts in a wide variety of foods but is particularly high in organ meats such as heart, liver and kidney, as well as beef, sardines, mackerel, and peanuts.
To put dietary TRANS CoQ10 intake into perspective, one pound of sardines, two pounds of beef, or two and one half pounds of peanuts, provide 30 mg of TRANS CoQ10.
TRANS CoQ10 is also synthesized in all tissues and in healthy individuals normal levels are maintained both by TRANS CoQ10 intake and by the body's synthesis of TRANS CoQ10.
TRANS CoQ10 has no known toxicity or side effects.
2. Should I take TRANS CoQ10?
This question can be asked in two ways.
First, should a reasonably healthy person take TRANS CoQ10 Fast Dissolve to stay healthy or to become more robust?
Second, should a person with an illness such as congestive heart failure take TRANS CoQ10 Fast Dissolve?
As with any change in nutrition, diet, medication, or even activity, TRANS CoQ10 should be discussed with one's physician.
As improvement in heart function occurs, a patient should have regular medical follow up with particular attention to concomitant drug therapy.
The references listed will provide detailed information on the clinical use of TRANS CoQ10. The latest research on TRANS CoQ10 can be obtained on the web.
3. What is the dosage of TRANS CoQ10 Fast Dissolve?
TRANS CoQ10 shows a moderate variability in its absorption, with some patients attaining good blood levels of TRANS CoQ10 on 100 mg per day while others require two or three times this amount to attain the same blood level.
Highest Quality TRANS CoQ10 available from the ANTIAGING Institute of California, in the United States is Fast Dissolve lipid-soluble.
Its absorption is significantly improved when it is taken with a fat-containing food, like walnuts or almonds.
THE FUTURE OF TRANS COENZYME Q10
TRANS CoQ10 Fast Dissolve supplementation is becoming more and more part of a healthy balance diet.
Phycisians have become aware of the benefits of TRANS CoQ10 fast Dissolve and are recommending it more to their patients.
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Dr. Shoreh Ershadi, Pharm.D., Ph.D., ABAAHP, NRCC, NRCT, ASCP President and CEO ANTIAGING Instittue of California