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Hydro-Q10Hydro Q10

 

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 1 Softsule

 

 

 

Amount per

Softsule

% Daily Value

Coenzyme Q10

(As Hydrosoluble CoQ10)

30 mg

**

Natural Vitamin E

(d-Alpha Tocopheryl concentrate)

6 IU

20%

** Daily Value not established

 

 

Gelatin: Bovine

 

Contains no sugar, yeast, salt, wheat, corn, milk products, preservatives, synthetic colours, dyes or flavours.


Indication

As a dietary supplement.

 

Dosage

Adults take one (1) softgel capsule (Softsules) daily, preferably with or after a meal or as recommended by a healthcare professional.

 

Precaution

If you are pregnant or nursing a baby, seek the advice of a healthcare professional before using this product.

 

Storage

Keep bottle tightly closed.

Store in a dry place below 30C.

DO NOT REFRIGERATE

 

Pack size

30 Softsules

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