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Jarrow Formulas QH-Absorb 200 Mg - Active Antioxidant Form of Co-Q10 - Dietary Supplement - Supports Mitochondrial Energy Production & Cardiovascular Health - 30 Softgels

Jarrow Formulas QH-Absorb 200 Mg - Active Antioxidant Form of Co-Q10 - Dietary Supplement - Supports Mitochondrial Energy Production & Cardiovascular Health - 30 Softgels

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Brand: Jarrow Formulas

Features:

  • Cardiovascular Function - Co-Q10, found in energy-rich tissues like the heart, and supports mitochondrial health, energy production, and cardiovascular function.*
  • Better Absorbed - Ubiquinol, the reduced, active, antioxidant form of Co-Q10, is significantly better absorbed than regular Co-Q10.*
  • Clinical Results - The QH-absorb proprietary formula has been shown clinically to increase Co-Q10 levels by 222% (100 mg/day) and by 777% (300 mg/day) over baseline.*
  • Convenient Softgels - Each provides 100 mg of ubiquinone. Adults take 1 softgel 1 to 3 times per day with a meal or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional.
  • Superior Science, Smarter Formulas - Informed by strong scientific research, Jarrow Formulas products are carefully crafted to ensure you get the benefit of each and every vitamin, mineral and supplement.

Binding: Health and Beauty

Release Date: 07-05-2010

model number: QH200

Part Number: QH200

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We use superior science to make smarter formulas like Jarrow Formulas Ubiquinol, the reduced, active, antioxidant form of Co-Q10, that is significantly better absorbed than regular Co-Q10. Jarrow Formulas proprietary QH-absorb formula has been shown clinically to increase Co-Q10 levels by 222% (100 mg /day) and by 777% (300 mg /day) over baseline.* *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Ubiquinones are a series of homologous molecules that possess a quinone active center and an unsaturated fatty tail. Ubiquinones are so named because they are widely distributed (i.e. ubiquitous) in nature and throughout the human body. Structurally they are very similar to the menaquinones, like vitamin K2. The quinone group is like a courier for protons and electrons, which is the critical property that allows ubiquinones to act as antioxidants and as important intermediates in energy generation. The fatty tail is composed of isoprenoid subunits, which are five carbon building blocks that help all living things biosynthesize critical components like immune modulators, essential oils and hormones. The number of isoprenoid units in the fatty tail is often denoted in the name of specific ubiquinones. For instance, ubiquinone-10 is made from ten isoprenoid units. Ubiquinone-10 (aka CoQ10, coenzyme Q10, Q) is more commonly referred to as just "ubiquinone." This is because it is the most prevalent ubiquinone in almost all mammals, including humans. Jarrow Formulas QH-Absorb, 200mg, 30 Softgels At a Glance: The active antioxidant form of CoQ10 Supports heart function and antioxidant status* Utilizes the Q-absorb natural, proliposomal delivery system for enhanced absorption Designed for those who seek the superior absorption of ubiquinol (QH) for cardiovascular and antioxidant health* Particularly useful to older consumers who may not activate CoQ10 sufficiently or whose levels may be very low*
Supports heart function and antioxidant status*.
Utilizes the Q-absorb natural, proliposomal delivery system for enhanced absorption. View larger.
Concern about CoQ10 levels is especially important due to concern that cholesterol-lowering drugs (statins) work by inhibiting an enzyme that is also responsible for CoQ10-ubiquinol biosynthesis. As a result, anyone taking statins may have reduced levels of CoQ10-ubiquinol. What is Ubiquinol?
Ubiquinone and ubiquinol (aka ubiquinol-10, CoQ10-H2, QH, "reduced" CoQ10) are intimately related, as their names suggest. Inside the body, Q (ubiquinone) can only achieve its important functions in energy production , cardiovascular health and antioxidant protection with the help of ubiquinol (QH).* In fact, all of the benefits that have been attributed to CoQ10 necessitate QH involvement. The two do their work by shuttling electrons and protons back-and-forth, cyclically transforming from Q to QH and back again. In energy production, CoQ10 facilitates electron transfer within mitochondrial membranes to produce ATP, the body's energy currency.* For antioxidant protection, QH is the "active antioxidant" form of CoQ10. This means that Q that has not been converted to QH is inactive as an antioxidant. Perhaps this explains why circa 80-95 percent of total CoQ10 exists as QH in the blood and in healthy tissues that require its antioxidant function.* Is Taking QH Better Than Taking Q?
CoQ10 is critically obtained from the diet, but it appears that absorption of Q may entail conversion to QH. This conversion occurs as early as in the enterocytes, the absorptive cells in the intestine, and may facilitate the absorption process. Also under normal conditions there are enzymes that help regenerate QH from Q, in the body. Unfortunately, aging and illness can lead to both a reduced ability to regenerate QH because of decreased enzyme activity and a decreased ability to absorb Q itself, pos

EAN: 0790011060246

Package Dimensions: 3.2 x 1.7 x 1.7 inches

Languages: English

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