- Weight loss
- Statins: CoQ10 and cholesterol share the same metabolic pathways. Inhibition of the enzyme 3-hydroxyl-3-methylglutonyl coenzyme A (HMG-CoA) reductase would be expected to decrease CoQ10 levels. The statin drugs lovastatin, simvastatin and pravastatin are known to decrease CoQ10 levels in humans. It is likely that all statins have this effect.
- Doxorubicin: CoQ10 may help ameliorate the cardiotoxicity of doxorubicin.
- Antidiabetic medications: CoQ10 may improve glycemic control in some TYPE II diabetics. If this were to occur, antidiabetic medications might need appropriate adjusting.
- Beta Blockers: Some beta blockers, in particular propanolol, have been reported to inhibit some CoQ10-dependent enzymes Piperine: Piperine, found in black pepper, may increase plasma levels of CoQ10.
Ingredients Coenzyme Q10 100mg
Contents 50 x 100mg capsules
Dosage One capsule daily.
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