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Bio Quinone Q10

Bio-Quinone Q10

 

What is Bio-Quinone Q10 ?

Bio-Quinone Q10 is an innovative product manufactured under pharmaceutical control containing active coenzyme Q10, ubiquinone or simply known as Q10.

Q10 is the coenzyme for most mitochondria enzymes that are involve in oxidative phosphorylation. Oxydative phosphorylation process which is essential for our body's synthesis of high energy phosphate called ATP (adenosine triphosphate) occurs in the inner mitochondria membrance. Mitochondria is the 'power house' in the cells. Q10 powers the mitochondria in the cells. Cells with high energy needs, such as those in the heart and liver will benefit tremendously from the bioenergetic effect of Q10. Bioenergetics support life functions.

Where is Q10 ?

Distribution of Q10 in human organs :

Organ

AGE GROUP

(years)

COENZYME Q10

(mg/g ww)

Heart

1-3 days

0.7 - 2 years

19 - 21 years

39 - 43 years

77 - 81 years

36.7 1.8

78.5 4.6

110.0 9.4

75.0 8.3

47.2 3.9

Kidney

1-3 days

0.7 - 2 years

19 - 21 years

39 - 43 years

77 - 81 years

17.4 2.1

53.4 6.6

98.0 10.4

71.1 6.8

64.0 6.6

Lung

1-3 days

0.7 - 2 years

19 - 21 years

39 - 43 years

77 - 81 years

2.2 0.3

6.4 0.4

6.0 0.4

6.5 0.6

3.1 0.4

Spleen

1-3 days

0.7 - 2 years

19 - 21 years

39 - 43 years

77 - 81 years

20.7 3.2

30.2 2.7

32.8 2.6

28.6 2.3

13.1 1.8

Liver

1-3 days

0.7 - 2 years

19 - 21 years

39 - 43 years

77 - 81 years

12.9 1.5

45.1 5.2

61.2 7.3

58.3 6.1

50.8 7.1

Pancreas

1-3 days

0.7 - 2 years

19 - 21 years

39 - 43 years

77 - 81 years

9.2 1.2

38.2 4.1

21.0 3.0

19.3 2.1

6.5 0.5

Adrenal

1-3 days

0.7 - 2 years

19 - 21 years

39 - 43 years

77 - 81 years

17.5 2.1

57.9 6.8

16.1 2.3

12.2 1.5

8.5 1.0

Our liver can synthesize Q10, and the substance is also present in certain types of food. As we grow older our own production of Q10 declines and heart disease can also deprive the body of Q10, which is why a daily supplement of Q10 can be beneficial.

Why is Q 10 required ?

Twelve weeks of statins or HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors treatment lowered body initial Q10 values by 50 - 54%. Statins are new safe and effective cholesterol-lowering agents. Both cholesterol and Q10 biosynthesis in the liver shared the same mevalonate pathway.

Bio Quinone Q10

Over the decade of vitamin research, certain diseases have come to be known as caused by certain vitamin deficiencies. eg: Scurvy became known as a dominant deficiency of vitamin C Beri-beri became known as a dominant deficiency of thiamine (B1)

On the basis of 35 years of research by international investigators, heart failure is now known to be caused by a dominant deficiency of coenzyme Q10.

High Safety Profile

Q10 is virtually free of side-effects, does not interfere with surgical treatments, and does not interfere with commonly prescribed medications.

 

Who may benefits from Q10 ?

Elderly people

Those on medication to lower cholesterol level

People who wants to maintain a healthy heart

Overworked executives

Sportsmen and women

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