Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant that plays a crucial role in cellular energy, increases circulation and is beneficial to the cardiovascular system (1,2,3). CoQ10 may also be useful for periodontal infections (4), muscular dystrophy (5), Huntington’s disease (6), Parkinson’s disease (7), and some cancers (8). Unlike other forms of Coenzyme Q10, only the patented, hydrosoluble Q-Gel CoQ10 passes the test for dissolution. While most other forms of CoQ10 have dissolution rates of less than 1%, Q-Gel’s CoQ10s have a rate of 100%.
Q-Gel has undergone clinical scrutiny in humans in several trials. Q-Gel is the preferred dosage form recommended by leading physicians and cardiologists. Q-Gel is recommended by Jean Carper in her New York Times Bestseller, Miracle Cures. Q-Gel provides 300% or higher CoQ10 serum levels than conventional dosage forms and achieves therapeutic levels of CoQ10 in three weeks or less.
Q-Gel CoQ10 is free of sugar, starch, yeast, salt, wheat, corn, and milk. It contains no preservatives, synthetic colors, or flavors.
Q-Gel Coenzyme Q10 contains 60 mg of Coenzyme Q10 and 150 IU of Vitamin E.
Each bottle contains 60 gelcaps.
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*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.