Heart Healthy Recipes provides CoQ10 information to help protect, prevent, slow-down and even reverse heart disease.
The human heart pumps blood approximately 100,000 times per day and CoQ10 is a necessary nutrient to help assist this process. CoQ10 is found in almost every living cell of the human body and has especially high concentrations in the heart.
CoQ10 is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like substance that helps convert food into energy and is a powerful antioxidant that protects against damage from toxic free radicals.
More CoQ10 information becoming available from recent studies show that CoQ10 may significantly increase HDL-C and ApoA1 levels, even in people taking statins. By increasing the levels of HDL-C and ApoA1, inflammation decreases and production of anti-inflammatory effects increase. It has been proven that less inflammation in the body helps to resist diseases, including the resistance of cardiovascular disease.
Recent CoQ10 informational studies show also that CoQ10 decreases in the
body as people age and it may be wise to supplement. The following is provided as a guide, but as always it is
wise to consult with your physician first and preferably a physician who is
familiar with and supportive of nutritional supplementation.
Recommended dose for heart health prevention is approximately 30 – 60 mg daily. The dose for maximum heart health is 90 mg daily for ages 30 to 50 years old; and approximately 180 mg daily for slowing-down and reversing heart disease. The dose of 180 mg is also wise if a person’s age is 50 years or more.
We need CoQ10 to make the energy that powers our cells. In
order to do this, CoQ10 needs to be absorbed properly. Because it’s
fat soluble, the benefits of taking CoQ10 with a small amount of heart
healthy oils such as grape seed oil, olive oil, flaxseed oil, flaxseeds or
walnuts will help to enhance the absorption of CoQ10. By enhancing the
absorption of this amazing nutrient it releases more of its energy boosting
power that is needed to make energy in all human cells. Also, to help boost intake of CoQ10, include the energy-boosting anti-oxidant
alpha-lipoic acid. Alpha-lipoic acid is
made by our bodies, but sometimes not enough, so adding it in supplement form
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