Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone) is transformed in the body into ubiquinol, the antioxidant form. Until recently in most supplements ubiquinone was used, because ubiquinol was instabile. ReduQuinol contains a stabilized and protected form of reduced ubiquinol.
During the shelf life of CoQ10 crystals are formed. The size of CoQ10 crystals and the degree of solubility will likely effect the bioavailability. By adding d-limonene (component of oil extracted from fruit) ubiquinol completely solubilizes without heating or using synthetic solvents.
By improving dissolution, absorption is enhanced.
Directions of use
50mg capsules: one capsule 1 to 2 x daily
100mg capsules: one capsule daily
Do not exceed the recommended use.
A food supplement does not substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle. Store in a cool dry place, out of reach of young children.
D-limonene, ubiquinol, caprylic acid, capric acid, alpha-lipoic acid.
3mg alpha-lipoic acid
6mg alpha-lipoic acid
Anti-caking agent (D-limonene), Stabiliser (capsule: gelatin, glycerin, purified water), ubiquinol, Antioxidant (caprylic acid, capric acid), Colour (caramel), alpha-lipoic acid.
Interactions and warnings
InteractionsUse with care when warfarin is used. Coenzyme Q10 may possibly diminish the action of warfarin in some cases.
Not suitable for pregnant women and when breastfeeding.
Reduquinol is not suitable for vegetarians, contains gelatin.Increased requirement• Athletes, seniors, people with diabetes and a weakened immune system.
• People taking statins.
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