This Antioxidant Shields Your Brain From Memory Loss
Our brain uses an incredible amount of cellular energy every day. It is also subject to high levels of oxidative stress which causes aging. The powerful antioxidant Ubiquinol CoQ10, a key player in your cells’ energy production, has been shown to support your brain’s peak performance and REVERSE cognitive decline.
Research shows low levels of Coq10 have been linked with faster brain deterioration. (1) Unfortunately too many people are deficient in Coq10. This is especially true for people above 40-years-old because our bodies produce less and less Coq10 and the rate of Coq10 depletion increases each year after 30. Are you taking statin drugs? You’re depleting your body’s CoQ10 supply and you need to replenish it immediately!
Research has shown that supplementation with Ubiquinol Coq10 not only promotes sharper thinking and enhances memory recall, it also increases motor skills and overall energy levels. Ubiquinol Coq10 also has shown benefits for heart disease, high blood pressure, gum and oral health, kidney health, and even nervous system challenges.(2-3)
But if you take CoQ10 or are thinking of doing so, imagine biting off a tiny bit of the pill or capsule and swallowing it and then flushing away the rest of the supplement down the toilet. This is shockingly close to what actually happens because conventional Coq10 is very poorly absorbed by the body.
Even though Ubiquinol Coq10 is more bioavailable than traditional Coq10, absorption by the body is still poor and you’re still FAR from getting all the Brain, Heart and Energy benefits you’re hoping from your supplement.
That is why I only recommend the all-natural Nutrusta Ubiquinol Ultra Coq10 to family and friends. It uses the maximum absorption technology called VESIsorb®. This new delivery system increases bioavailability and benefits of Ubiquinol CoQ10 up to 6 times higher than regular CoQ10. One small capsule of Nutrusta Ubiquinol Ultra provides the equivalent of up to 6 large pills from other brands.
- Arch Neurol. 2002;59, 1541-50.
- CNS Spectrums. 2007; 12(1):62-8.