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Nutrigold Co Enzyme Q10 30mg - in the better utilised form of Ubiquinol
Code: NGNC035Brand: NutrigoldForm (e.g. capsules): Capsules
Nutritional Supplement Dosage:
Take one to two capsules daily after food. Do not exceed the stated dose unless directed by a qualified nutritional practitioner. **
If you are taking any medication for the following, please consult your GP:Blood pressureBlood clottingDiabetesHigh CholesterolIf you are unsure about any medication you are taking, it would be advisable to seek medical advice.Please stop taking this product immediately if you experience any dizziness, fainting, rashes or breathing difficulties and seek medical advice.Higher doses** may cause gastrointestinal discomfort but this side effect should not be present at the specified dose.Although there has not been any contraindicative research with regard to Co-Q-10 in pregnancy, please seek medical advice before taking.Best not taken before bedtime.Do not use if seal is broken.Store in a cool, dry place.Keep out of the reach of children.Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
**Upper safe levels ref: (USL ~ 1200mg/day). Hathcock JN, Shao A (2006). Risk assessment for coenzyme Q10 (Ubiquinone). Regul Toxicol Pharmacol; 45 (3): 282-8.AllergensThere are no allergens for this product.
Co-Enzyme-Q-10 30mg (as Ubiquinol) (vegetarian & Vegan capsules) Suitable for people wanting to take an effective antioxidant and for the elderly).Co-enzyme-Q-10, or Co-Q-10, is a supplement that is a relative newcomer in the nutrition world. It is, however, an increasingly important one. First isolated in 1957, it was known as the ‘ubiquitous quinone’, meaning the quinone that is ‘found everywhere’. This is because it is a vitamin-like substance present in nearly all mammalian cells, tissues and organs. This gave rise to the names of its various functional forms: ubiquinone and ubiquinol being the main types.