SUPPORTS HEART AND BRAIN HEALTH*

Vitaline CoQ10 supports heart and brain health and is the CoQ10 used in research.* This unique formulation has been proven to increase serum levels of CoQ10.* In fact, Vitaline CoQ10 is searchable in WebMD and the American Family Physician.

Directions

Vitaline® CoQ10 (100 mg) Directions and/or Dosage

Chew 1 wafer once or twice daily, or as recommended by your healthcare professional.

Warning

If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare professional prior to use.Keep out of reach of children.

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FAQs

  • A. Although it exists in some dietary sources, it may not be realistic to obtain CoQ10 through food alone. For example, it would take 1 pound of sardines, 2 pounds of beef, or 2-1/2 pounds of peanuts to equal 30mg of supplemental CoQ10.

  • A. Vitaline® CoQ10 (100 mg) contains the form of coenzyme Q10. CoQ10 is produced through a biological fermentation/extraction process and is identical to the form produced in the human body. Coenzyme Q10 can also be synthesized by a chemical process, which yields a similar, but distinctly different chemical structure than that found in the natural form. The bioavailability of synthetic CoQ10 has not been confirmed.

  • A. Vitaline® CoQ10 (100 mg) has a wide-range of benefits including providing nutritional support for cardiac, periodontal, central nervous system, and immune health†; an essential component for energy production†; restoring CoQ10 depleted by cholesterol lowering drugs (e.g. statin drugs)†; replenishing the CoQ10 that naturally diminishes with age.†

  • A. Caution should be taken whenever recommending, or consuming, nutritional supplements. Use this drug-nutrient interaction checker to view potential interactions with the ingredients of CoQ10.

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