CoQ10 is not a new discovery but it is
Ever since some major hospitals revealed that they require
their potential heart surgery patients to take CoQ10, this
major supplement is now found in every corner store.
That means you really have to research the maker or
supplier. Once again you get what you pay for.
Cholesterol and statins are all the news and CoQ10 is right
there with a solution.
One of the most common side effects of statins is muscle
weakness and pain.
This happens because statins mess up your body's production
of coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which all of the cells in your body
rely on for energy. But the answer is as simple as taking more
CoQ10 in supplement form to replace what the statins are taking
away. The recommended dosage in this case would be 100 mg per
But give it up to four weeks to really make a noticeable
difference, since it takes the CoQ10 that long to be fully
absorbed by your body.