Q10 is an elixir of youth and health molecules

Ubiquinone preparations can be purchased in pharmacies, but coenzyme Q10 can be provided by diet, ie if each person pays attention to the designed menu. Decreased coenzyme Q10 levels can cause depression, asthenia, impaired cardiovascular function, and horny fatigue syndrome.
In 1957, the American scientist Frederic L. Crain discovered the substance coenzyme Q10 in the heart tissue of a bull. Then it turned out that coenzyme Q10 exists in every cell in humans. The first researchers called Q10 “ubiquitous”. The highest level of ubiquinone was detected in heart cells. In the mid-1970s, coenzyme Q10 turned out to supply energy to cells. Ubihinon is a kind of mini-power plant. Such a battery is most needed by the heart because the heart works non-stop. Coenzyme Q10 has the strongest antioxidant effect and protects the body from free radicals that damage cell health. Coenzyme Q10 preserves heart and brain health, strengthens the immune system, prevents the formation of cancer cells and slows down aging. An organism filled with coenzyme Q10 fights foreign agents (viruses, parasites, bacteria, fungi and cancer cells more effectively).
It is recommended that coenzyme Q10 be used for prevention in complex therapy for ischemic heart disease, in case of arterial hypertension, arrhythmia, atherosclerosis, diabetes, anemia, oncological problems, immunodeficiency of various origins, muscle dystrophy, chronic fatigue syndrome, tooth decay and tooth disease. various allergies, bronchial asthma and acute respiratory problems. Coenzyme Q10 contributes to the healing of scars after surgery. The human body often produces coenzyme Q10 if it receives the necessary amount of B vitamins, vitamin C, folic and pantothenic acid from food. In the case of a deficiency of some of the vitamins, the production of Q10 drops sharply. This is important for people over 40. With age, the body’s ability to synthesize the so-called energy vitamin, whose concentration in cells becomes significantly lower, decreases. Myocardial Q10 concentration decreases by up to 30% by age 40. The body’s ability to synthesize Q10 declines also as a result of disease. However, this energy vitamin can be obtained additionally. We can replenish our own reserves of coenzyme Q10 with animal cells because animal cells contain this vitamin. Meat, fish and poultry should then be included in the menu. Coenzyme Q10 is mostly found in fresh sardines, mackerel, herring, tuna, beef, mutton and chicken eggs. The heart and liver of these animals and poultry are especially rich in this vitamin. Coenzyme Q10 is most abundant in foods of plant origin, especially in legumes (beans, soybeans and peanuts) and cereals (wheat, dark rice). Q10 is found in broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, garlic, carrots and sweet peppers. Finally, it is important to say that long-term cooking, canning and freezing destroy this useful substance.


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