Co-enzyme Q10 100mg with MCT
R576.46 – R963.67
- HEART DISEASE
- HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
- SPORTS PERFORMANCE
- PERIODONTAL DISEASE
- MALE FERTILITY
- STATIN USE
- MIGRAINE HEADACHES
Based on clinical studies the following daily doses are recommended:
- Heart health: 100-200 mg
- High blood pressure: 100-200 mg
- Fatigue: 150-300 mg
- Fibromyalgia: 300 mg
- Sports performance: 150-300 mg
- Male infertility: 200-300 mg
- Migraine: 150–300 mg
- Statin use: 100-200 mg
- General antioxidant support 30 mg per day
- CoQ10 is best taken with meals in divided doses e.g. 100 mg three times daily.
Cardiovascular disease, hypertension, angina, atherosclerosis, cardiomypathy, endothelial dysfunction, sports, fibromyalgia, fatigue, neuro-muscular degeneration, periodontal disease, and male infertility.
Co Q10 is generally well tolerated with no serious adverse effects over long term use.
Cholesterol lowering drugs such as statins have been found to lower CoQ10 levels.
The beta blockers propranolol and metaprolol also have adverse effects on CoQ10 levels
Tricyclic antidepressants have also been shown to deplete CoQ10-dependent enzymes
Co Q10 at levels of 100mg/day has shown protective effects against the cardio-toxic effects of ADRIAMYCIN.
CoQ10 is structurally similar to vitamin K and has been reported to interact with warfarin. Physician’s guidance is suggested in those on warfarin medication.
No known interactions for MCTs with any drug.
Cardiovascular protection – grape seed/pycnogenol, flax seed oil, hawthorn berry, potassium magnesium, vitamin E and resveratrol.
Fatigue – Qi-Ribose, rhodiola, B-complex, EFAs, high-five multivit. and green food blend.
Periodontal disease – Oral care complex.
Severe medical conditions require physician supervision.