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COQ10 - Heart health & anti-aging
COQ10 - Heart health & anti-aging
COQ10 - Heart health & anti-aging
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Coenzyme Q10 for energy supply

All of our body cells - whether they are nerve cells, muscle cells or heart cells - contain small energy power plants, the so-called mitochondria. In these mitochondria, the energy we consume through carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, along with oxygen and the power of water, is converted into cell energy called ATP. Since oxygen is required for this energy conversion, this process is also called the respiratory chain. A large number of enzymes and vital substances such as coenzyme Q10 are involved in the respiratory chain. However, a coenzyme is not a real enzyme but a kind of enzyme helper, which is of great importance for the work of the enzymes.

Coenzyme Q10 is known to most people as the anti-aging agent. But in the meantime, the coenzyme Q10 has been scrutinized in many ways by science. Q10 is obviously much more than just an anti-wrinkle agent. Coenzyme Q10 is needed by every cell in our body to ensure energy supply. Q10 activates the immune system, strengthens the heart and nerves and even increases fat burning.

What does the body need Coenzyme Q10 for?

The vitamin "Coenzyme Q10", also called Q-10, Ubiquinone-10 or UQ, hides a fat-soluble molecule that is similar in structure to vitamin K and vitamin E. Q10 is not essential for healthy people.

Q10 plays a major role in providing energy in the body's cells. For this reason, it mainly occurs in the lungs, liver, and heart, the organs that require a lot of energy. As ubiquinone (ubique = everywhere), coenzyme Q10 is required and produced in all living cells. It also traps harmful oxygen compounds and, like vitamin E, is active as an antioxidant.

Although high-dose Q10 has positive effects on people with heart disease in medical therapy, this does not allow any conclusions to be drawn about the use of Q10 as a dietary supplement. A lack of coenzyme Q10 is very rare, and no deficiency symptoms are known in the general population. An increase in performance or a strengthening of the immune system through the additional consumption of Q10 was already denied in 2001 by the then Federal Institute for Consumer Health Protection and Veterinary Medicine and later again by EFSA.

However, it is known that the Q10 concentration in various tissues decreases significantly with increasing age. The heart is particularly affected. Compared to 20-year-olds, 80-year-olds only have about 60 percent of the Q10 content in their hearts. To what extent these are effects of the normal aging process and can be stopped as a result or whether an additional, controlled administration of Q10 causes fewer cardiovascular diseases in old age is still under discussion. But that explains the often seen advertising for Q10 products as anti-aging agents, "fountain of youth" or "energy vitamin" and the frequent sale on so-called " coffee trips ".

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