Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) levels are depleted by cholesterol-lowering medications

  • Use of certain cholesterol-lowering medication is increasing over time1
  • Nine out of 10 adults using a cholesterol-lowering medication take a statin1

Cholesterol-lowering statins can significantly lower the amount of CoQ10 (ubiquinone) in the blood3-6

  • Statins can lower the amount of CoQ10 in the blood, even when a patient has taken a standard dose for as few as 3 months3 

side effect of statin administration is depletion of CoQ10, which can lead to muscle-related adverse reactions7 

  • Daily Ubiquinol supplementation effectively restores CoQ10 levels which can help support muscle health during statin use.7,8

Replenish the CoQ10 levels depleted by statins with Ubiquinol