Effect of treatment with 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme
A reductase inhibitors on serum coenzyme
Q10 in diabetic patients.
Bentinger M, Brismar K, Dallner G, 2007, The antioxidant role of coenzyme
She found that girls and young woman were more likely than boys and young men to have coenzyme
Q10 deficiencies at baseline.
Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled pilot trial of reduced coenzyme
Q10 for Parkinson's disease.
Among the cases, Coenzyme
Q10 resulted in a significant reduction in malondialdehyde levels (p=0.
Based on the results, depression symptoms, sleep duration and the performance in the arithmetic task were improved after the supplementation, and these improvements were dependent on increases in plasma coenzyme
Q10 levels - which are correlated with decreases in plasma oxidative stress.
Q10 has been a subject of research since 1957 (Crane, 1957).
There is huge potential for coenzyme
Q10 in functional foods, especially as it is becoming more and more settled in consumers' minds as a health-promoting ingredient.
A study of 443 healthy men and women aged 70 to 88 was conducted by the researchers and they found that those given daily supplements of selenium and coenzyme
Q10 had more than halved their risk of dying of heart disease and showed improved heart function.
first theory is that coenzyme
Q10 (CoQ10) has some influence on endothelial function, which may thereby have some benefit in hypertension.
Many producers see Coenzyme
Q10 as the next logical step to follow the success of omega-3 products.
Q10 (CoQ10) is a widely used and expensive supplement however its absorption rate from the intestine is low.