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  1. CoQ10


    I had picked up some CoQ10 (Ubquionine) today hearing that it has benefits for cellular energy and BP etc. I was wondering if anyone has any experience using this and can attest to its effectiveness...Thanks in advance..


  2. Quote Originally Posted by mcc23 View Post
    I had picked up some CoQ10 (Ubquionine) today hearing that it has benefits for cellular energy and BP etc. I was wondering if anyone has any experience using this and can attest to its effectiveness...Thanks in advance..
    It's a blood thinner.
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  3. i used it to lower bp on my last cycle...

  4. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    i used it to lower bp on my last cycle...
    How well did it work? What was it before and after?

  5. Quote Originally Posted by wicked442 View Post
    How well did it work? What was it before and after?
    i just went off "feeling" but my headaches went away at the same time i started it..
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  6. Cool. Thats what im after. Having headaches from dbol at times.

  7. I thought headaches were from low BP...?

  8. Any performance benefits?

  9. bump

  10. Theres a good write up floating around with all kinds of benefits.....
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by mcc23 View Post
    Any performance benefits?
    Boost energy, endurance, and help you recover faster.

  12. For BP there are a lot cheaper and just as effective options

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  13. Quote Originally Posted by mw1 View Post
    For BP there are a lot cheaper and just as effective options
    The only subset of pathological HTN for which coenzyme q10 has shown any use is the exceptional minority whose elevated BP is the result of rampant superoxide radicals and subsequent NO-inactivation. Even so, large clinical studies have shown no significant benefit.

    Google scholar: "Study of coenzyme Q10" author:Yamagami

  14. Quote Originally Posted by mw1 View Post
    For BP there are a lot cheaper and just as effective options
    Like?
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    Like?
    lower dosed Hawthorn with Celery seed Extract

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  16. Quote Originally Posted by lronFist View Post
    The only subset of pathological HTN for which coenzyme q10 has shown any use is the exceptional minority whose elevated BP is the result of rampant superoxide radicals and subsequent NO-inactivation. Even so, large clinical studies have shown no significant benefit.

    Google scholar: "Study of coenzyme Q10" author:Yamagami
    Thanks - More reason no to buy it. CoQ10 and SAMe are both over rated ingreds IMO. The benefits of both don't justify the cost

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  18. I read that, good article for sure. I even picked up a book on CoQ10, interesting information on electron transporter and potent antioxidant.

  19. COQ10 supplementation in healthy individuals is a lot like PQQ supplementation: largely worthless

  20. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    COQ10 supplementation in healthy individuals is a lot like PQQ supplementation: largely worthless
    If one did supplement it, doesn't it take like 2-3 months to start seeing/getting the benefits since its the only antioxidant we internally synthesize?

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Bamski View Post
    If one did supplement it, doesn't it take like 2-3 months to start seeing/getting the benefits since its the only antioxidant we internally synthesize?
    Sure, but do you have reason to believe that you have a CoQ10 deficiency?

  22. Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Sure, but do you have reason to believe that you have a CoQ10 deficiency?
    Coop clean ur inbox lol

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Bamski View Post
    If one did supplement it, doesn't it take like 2-3 months to start seeing/getting the benefits since its the only antioxidant we internally synthesize?
    It's not the only antioxidant humans synthesize (i.e. glutathione peroxidase, catalase, ALA, SOD, et cetra).
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Sure, but do you have reason to believe that you have a CoQ10 deficiency?
    Age?



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  25. Quote Originally Posted by lronFist View Post

    It's not the only antioxidant humans synthesize (i.e. glutathione peroxidase, catalase, ALA, SOD, et cetra).
    Enzymes that can act as antioxidants. I'm talking about the only lipid soluble antioxidant.

    Coop, not saying I believe I have a deficiency, I know it's expensive. Just asking haha

  26. Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Age?
    To maximize your cardiovascular health, cognitive functions, cellular health and energy production after the age of 40, Robert J. Barry, Ph.D., former principle adviser for the National Institutes of Health and scientific authority on CoQ10, recommends starting at 200 to 300 mg per day for three weeks -- the length of time it takes to achieve plasma plateau. After three weeks, a daily amount of 50 to 100 mg tends to be a good daily maintenance dose for most individuals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballesteri View Post
    To maximize your cardiovascular health, cognitive functions, cellular health and energy production after the age of 40, Robert J. Barry, Ph.D., former principle adviser for the National Institutes of Health and scientific authority on CoQ10, recommends starting at 200 to 300 mg per day for three weeks -- the length of time it takes to achieve plasma plateau. After three weeks, a daily amount of 50 to 100 mg tends to be a good daily maintenance dose for most individuals.
    After 40, I'd rather take Ubiquinol.



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  28. Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    After 40, I'd rather take Ubiquinol.
    THE BASICS: Ubiquinol is a reduced, more bioavailable form of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), a substance produced by the human body that's necessary for the basic functioning of cells. HEALTH BENEFITS: When we’re young, ubiquinol is the predominant form of CoQ10 in nearly every cell in our bodies. As we get older, our ability to efficiently produce both CoQ10 and its electron-rich ubiquinol form declines. This results in less cellular energy and diminished protection against oxidation, which can lead to cellular damage. CoQ10 levels tend to be low in patients with certain chronic conditions, including heart disease, cancer, Parkinson’s disease, and diabetes. Statin drugs may also lower CoQ10 levels.Ubiquinol has been known to scientists since in the late 1950s. Research on ubiquinol appeared in scientific journals throughout the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s, even though large quantities weren't commercially available. These early studies provided evidence of the critical roles ubiquinol plays in the production of cellular energy and protection against oxidative damage to DNA. Newer studies show that ubiquinol may benefit cardiovascular, neurodegenerative, and mitochondrial disorders; diabetes; periodontal disease; and hypertension.WHAT YOU SHOULD TAKE: A review of the studies published to date consistently shows that, in comparison to conventional CoQ10, supplementation with ubiquinol results in increased bioavailability and higher cellular ubiquinol levels. Ubiquinol has only recently become available in large quantities in supplement form. The recommended dosage is typically 50—100 mg daily, taken with food, preferably with fat.- Robert J. Barry, Ph.D., former principle adviser for the National Institutes of Health

  29. Age, statin-use, or pathology in energy production are valid reasons to use ubiquinol. I don't understand why one would ever load CoQ10 then taper down to a maintenance dose. Longterm studies show adequate retention, and plus, it's still endogenously synthesized irrespective of dietary intake.
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