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Ubiquinol plays an important role in producing cellular energy. However, this type of energy doesn’t affect you in the same way as getting a good night’s sleep or drinking a cup of coffee would. Instead, cellular energy powers the cells in your vital organs, including the heart.

To help create cellular energy, Ubiquinol transfers electrons within your cells. This transfer produces energy at the cellular level, which helps your body function optimally. Since Ubiquinol plays a key role in producing the cellular energy that powers our organs, it’s important to maintain proper levels of this nutrient in your body. To find out about maintaining healthy levels of Ubiquinol, take our quiz on

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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