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Doctor's Best High Absorption Coq10 w/ BioPerine (100 mg), 120 Soft gels
- Doctor's Best High Absorption CoQ10 w/BioPerine is naturally fermented CoQ10 manufactured to high quality standards
- Supplies gluten-free CoQ10 in easy-to-swallow softgels
- Formulated with BioPerine black pepper extract to enhance absorption and bioavailability, for more CoQ10 circulating in the bloodstream
- Helps promote heart vitality, cardiovascular health & cellular energy
- Helps restore CoQ10 that may be depleted by aging & cholesterol drugs (statins), Labels, formulations & serving sizes may vary
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High Absorption CoQ10 100mg - 120 Softgels
- UPC 753950001831
Doctor's Best High Absorption CoQ10
100mg - 120 Softgel Capsules
Doctor’s Best High Absorption CoQ10 (100mg) with BioPerine is an easy-to-absorb form of a key nutrient that powers and protects the body’s high-energy organs & systems – especially the heart & blood vessels.* The body’s ability to absorb CoQ10 decreases with age, while statin drugs for cholesterol may deplete the body’s CoQ10 levels. That’s why Doctor’s Best High Absorption CoQ10 with BioPerine is made to be bioavailable, to quickly restore your body’s CoQ10 to ideal levels associated with optimal health and cardiovascular vitality.*
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Why Take Doctor's Best High Absorption CoQ10?
CoQ10 levels in the heart and body may begin to naturally decline after age 40. Statin drugs for high cholesterol have also been suggested to have notable side effects that may drain the body’s CoQ10 levels even further. Aging, poor absorption and statin drugs may combine to create a CoQ10 deficiency.*
What Does CoQ10 do?
CoQ10 performs two vital functions: It is a coenzyme that helpsenergize cells and an antioxidant that helps protect cells.*CoQ10’s energizing antioxidant properties may enhance vitality across many body systems, supporting brain health, immune performance, skin health, exercise capacity, gum health and more.*
Of all its benefits, CoQ10 is most famous for supporting heart health.* Every day, the heart beats 100,000 times and pumps 1,800 gallons of blood. CoQ10 powers this activity by 'sparking' the chemical reactions that energize cardiac tissues.* CoQ10 may also supply antioxidant support to the heart, where it is naturally concentrated.* This is important because the energy-intensive heart is a site of major oxidative stress in the body.*
Beyond the heart, CoQ10’s benefits extend to support the entire cardiovascular system: It helps maintain blood pressure (already within normal range), healthy circulation and blood vessel integrity.*
The Good News
CoQ10 loss caused by statin drugs and aging may be reversed with CoQ10 supplementation. Featuring BioPerine black pepper extract, Doctor’s Best High-Absorption CoQ10 products are designed to help restore your body’s depleted CoQ10 stores quickly and efficiently. CoQ10 taken with BioPerine enhances nutrient absorption in the GI tract, achieving a 30% increase in CoQ10 blood levels versus CoQ10 taken with placebo.*
Badmaev V., et al. Piperine derived from black pepper increases the plasma levels of coenzyme q10 following oral supplementation. The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, Volume 11, Issue 2 , Pages 109-113, February 2000.
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- * 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.
- CoQ10 is not a replacement for statin drugs. It is important that you continue taking your prescribed statin drugs while taking CoQ10 supplements.
Coenzyme Q10, Black pepper extract (fruit), Extra virgin olive oil (non-GMO), beeswax, lecithin, rosemary oil, softgel capsule (gelatin, glycerin, purified water, annatto, [natural plant-source coloring agent used as a light barrier]).
As a dietary supplement, take 1 softgel daily with food. Store in a cool dry place.
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Top Customer Reviews
Here is a side-by-side comparison of ten Ubiquinone CoQ10 supplements: Nutrigold CoQ10, Doctor's Best High Absorption CoQ10 with BioPerine (120 gel caps), Doctor's Best High Absorption CoQ10 Vegetable Capsules (60 capsules), Now Foods CoQ10, Jarrow Formulas Q-Absorb Co-Q10, Qunol Ultra CoQ10, Nature Made Ubiquinone CoQ10, Nature's Way CoQ10, TruNature Coenzyme CoQ10, and Kirkland CoQ10. All of these are Ubiquinone, not Ubiquinol, products.
So, what is Ubiquinone, how does it differ from Ubiquinol, and how are they related to CoQ10?
CoQ10 is a nutrient that is said to have profound effects on our levels of energy, stamina, organ health, and immune system functionality. CoQ10 comes in two forms: Ubiquinone and Ubiquinol. Ubiquinone (also known as Ubidecarenon) is more common and widely known because it is the form most commonly sold commercially. Ubiquinone is the completely oxidized form of CoQ10. When taken, this supplement is actually metabolized within our bodies where it becomes Ubiquinol. Regular unsolubilized Ubiquinone does not dissolve in water and only poorly dissolves in fat. Therefore, regular unsolubilized Ubiquinone has poor absorption.
Ubiquinol is the strong, antioxidant form of CoQ10 which neutralizes free radicals and decreases cellular damage. Ubiquinone does not have this antioxidant effect. Ubiquinol supplements are in a form that has already been reduced to being a strong antioxidant. Ubiquinol is both water and fat soluble, so it provides superior absorption compared to regular unsolubilized Ubiquinone. When taken directly in this format it works more quickly and can be delivered in lower concentrations without worry that it is not being metabolized.
The problem arises with aging in many people.Read more ›
My doctor suggested that I switch my coffee for decaf (really HARD) and to start drinking hibiscus tea twice a day. Within a week or so of doing this my blood pressure readings were around 132/84.
I wanted to bring my numbers down more so I decided to add a daily CoQ10 supplement. I take 1 in the morning along with my daily multi-vitamin. After a few days my numbers started dropping more, within a week a noticeable difference. Now my readings are consistently UNDER 120!! They average around 118/68!!!
I am super excited, I even attached a picture of my reading this morning! I’m determined to keep these simple things as a part of my daily routine. My doctor was really surprised and of course he wants to see me in a few months just to monitor me. But he said to keep up the good work!
There are several legit studies of the use of CoQ10 supplementation for the treatment of hypertension. According to one review, CoQ10 reduced systylic blood pressure up to 17.8 mmHg, and diastolic up to 10 mmHg.
After a month of taking 100 mg of CoQ10 and fish oil, I was noticing my blood pressure readings (I own a blood pressure reader) were consistently in the normal range. Even while my stimulants were working and in the midst of finals week. I will definitely continue taking this supplement, and this brand is a great price.
Rasmussen, C. B., Glisson, J. K., & Minor, D. S. (2012). Dietary supplements and hypertension: potential benefits and precautions. The Journal of Clinical Hypertension.
I should stress that this is not a quick fix for hypertension nor am I certain you will have the same results that I did.
After 2 months of take these twice a day I have not had any side affects such as, headaches, dizziness, nausea, vision issues etc. My pressure has been stable with proper exercise I hope it will stay that way. Although you can't od on this supplement I am not a doctor so experiment with the dosage at your own risk. Just because this worked for me does not mean it will for you.
It has been 1 year since I started using this product and the effects/ feeling I used to get when I first started taking this product are no longer there. My blood pressure has also began to fluctuate between the low 120's and high 120's and the boost in libido has also gone. I'll leave my original review up.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product is Ubiqinone and not ubiquinol. You will not benefit by using this productPublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I feel goo-o-od, just like I sho-o-u-l-d ! Hard to know how much credit goes to Co-Q-10, but my doc says this is important to keep taking!Published 1 day ago by Donald Harris
Gives your cells the ability to fight any disease & keep your heart pumping like a Shelby mustang and remain in perfect form. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Iantha1
My doctor recommend taking CoQ10 since I take a statin. It seems to help with sore muscles. It is part of my daily regimen.Published 2 days ago by Jack CPA