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Yes, Ubiquinol supports healthy aging. Our bodies have to convert conventional CoQ10 into Ubiquinol to support our heart and other organs. However, starting around age 40, the process of transforming conventional CoQ10 into Ubiquinol becomes more difficult. Taking a Ubiquinol form of CoQ10 after age 40 can help your body maintain proper CoQ10 levels to give you the cellular energy your organs need to function properly. Sure, you could continue taking the conventional form of CoQ10, but your body might still struggle to convert it into Ubiquinol. By taking the Ubiquinol form, your body doesn’t have to do the conversion and this important nutrient can be used right away by your cells and major organs.

Risa Schulman


Risa Schulman, Ph.D. took her lifelong love of science, people and the fulfillment of potential to create a multifaceted career in R&D, business, health and wellness, and empowering individuals. 

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