Co-Q10, Cardiovascular, Hypertension, High blood pressure
Heart protection and antioxidant for:
✔ Improve heart function
✔ Mitochondrial energy
✔ High blood pressure
✔ Congestive heart failure
✔ Hypertension (systolic)
✔ Periodontal disease
✔ Adjunct to fibromyalgia treatment
✔ Migraine prevention
✔ Adjunct in early Parkinson’s disease
✔ Adjunct to retinitis pigmentosa therapy
✔ Diabetic complications (nephropathy, retinopathy, elevated glucose levels, hypertension)
complaints including congestive heart failure (CHF) and systolic hypertension.
Co-Q10 is used to increase cardiac output. Co-Q10 has shown to be efficacious in a number of other clinically relevant areas including early Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia (with Ginkgo biloba), migraine prevention, and periodontal disease.
In a recent study, ubiquinone was proven to be helpful for type 2 diabetics, as it not only significantly decreased blood pressure, but hemoglobin A1C levels as well.
These latter actions of ubiquinone in cardiovascular conditions are enhanced by the addition of L-taurine.
L-Taurine, a sulphur containing amino acid, is one of the most abun- dant amino acids found in humans. As such, it has a wide number of physiological functions including: bile acid conjugation and prevention of cholestasis; central
nervous system effects (e.g. inhibitory neurotransmission); endocrine/metabolic influences (e.g. diabetes/diabetic complications), antioxidant properties; and positive inotropic cardiovascular actions.
Like Co- Q10, L-taurine is a key ingredient in the treatment of CHF as it helps to improve cardiac output.
Moreover, L-taurine along with vitamin E and the prescriptive medication Diltiazem may help retard the progressive visual field loss seen in the disorder retinitis pigmentosa.
• Taurine 150 mg
• Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopheryl acid succinate) 133 mg