Introducing An Affordable & Effective CoQ10 Supplement

A message from Dr. Hooper on CoQ10:

Coenzyme Q10 has generated a lot of excitement over the past few years for its hugely beneficial effects on the treatment of heart disease and cardiovascular dysfunction. Indeed all patients with any cardiovascular disease, especially if you on Statin Drugs, should consider the use of Coenzyme Q10.

Coenzyme Q10 is a natural substance produced by the body that may play a role in the prevention of cancer, heart attacks and other diseases linked to free radical damage. As a powerful antioxidant, CoQ10 scavenges for free radicals in the body, and has also shown remarkable results as a general energy enhancer and anti-ageing supplement.

Coenzyme Q10 is required by every cell in our body and is the key to chemical reactions that produce cellular energy. Just as a car engine with poor spark plugs chokes, stutters and dies, without enough CoQ10 (our cellular spark plug) our health can break down, resulting in all kinds of degenerative diseases.


Just as a car engine with poor spark plugs chokes, stutters and dies, without enough CoQ10 (our cellular spark plug), our health can break down.


Because levels of the compound diminish with age and certain diseases like heart disease, it s strongly recommended that CoQ10 should be supplemented from about the age of 40. Statin Drugs also leech out the CoQ10 from your body, a fact that is often forgotten by the drug companies and many GP's.

In some studies, patients with poorly functioning hearts have beenfound to improve greatly after adding the supplement to theirconventional drugs and therapies.

Other studies have shown that people with cardiovascular diseasehave low levels of CoQ10 in their hearts. Further researchsuggests that coenzyme Q10 may help to protect against blood clots,lower high blood pressure, diminish irregular heartbeats, treat mitralvalve prolapse, lessen the symptoms of Raynaud's disease (poorcirculation in the extremities) and relieve chest pains (angina).

If you have had any cardiovascular disease, cancer, heart disease or even blood clots, it is crucial that you supplement with a CoQ10 supplement.

CoQ10 may also be beneficial for:

  • Alzheimer's Disease/Senility
  • As adjunct in neurodegenerative disease
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Dyslipidemia
  • Fatigue and lack of stamina
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Gingivitis
  • Hypertension
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Ischaemic conditions
  • Mitchondrial deficiencies
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Oxidative stress conditions
  • Periperhal circulation disorders

Traditionally, CoQ10 supplements are expensive. The manufacture of both the raw material and the final product of CoQ10 is a very intensive and expensive process. Furthermore, as a result of the clinical studies being completed on CoQ10 and the rising demand of the ingredient worldwide, the cost of raw material and production of Coenzyme Q10 has rapidly increased, meaning the final price has risen also.

 CoQ10 for just 55 cents a day

The good news is that a brand new Coenzyme Q10 supplement has just been released. This exciting new development means that for just 55 cents a day, you can help to prevent cardiovascular disease. It also means that it is one of the cheapest – and strongest – CoQ10 supplements available.

The new Eagle Pharmaceuticals Q10 150 contains 150 mg of ubidecarenne per capsule that is derived from beets, suspended in soybean oil for maximum absorption and then encapsulated in a soft gelatin capsule.

This is an ideal dosage for anyone who has had or wants to prevent cardiovascular disease. It is also a great daily antioxidant supplement, and will help to combat the negative effects of free radical damage.

Eagle Pharmaceuticals Q10 150 is an easy – and affordable – way to keep up your CoQ10 supplementation. This fantastic new product release makes it easier for those who are fighting any of the conditions and diseases above to have access to this vital nutrient.

Eagle Pharmaceuticals Q10 150 is available right now on Emed.

Thought you might like to know.