GNC Ubiquinol 200 mg
- Advanced bioavailable antioxidant form of CoQ-10
- Clinically shown to increase CoQ-10 levels
Medium Chain Triglycerides, Gelatin, Glycerin, Beeswax, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Soy Lecithin, Annatto Seed Color
How To Use
Keep out of reach of children.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Clinically Shown To Increase CoQ-10 Levels*
Ubiquinol takes its name from the word “ubiquitous,” and it’s no wonder why: this essential enzyme is found in nearly every cell of the human body. It can help boost your CoQ-10 levels, making it a valuable addition to your dietary routine*—whether you’re a high-performing athlete or simply looking to age gracefully.
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But its very hard to find suppliers that provide non Soy derived CoQ10 (often containing its refined form called: "Lecithin"). Soy is of a lot of concern to those very in the know about health since it can be tied to inflammation or estrogen pre-cursors - a bad thing especially for men trying to lose that last stubborn belly-fat.
That said this is a pretty good price for a 200 mg dosage - 2x what is normally sold by most suppliers. Up to about 400 mg per day is fine and many people do these higher doses to offset absorption problems in some and due to higher body mass and weight. The problem with the regular 100mg dosage is the small capsule sizes. Ironically the small pills are HARDER to swallow since they are not heavy enough to drop down the throat without taking other pills along with it to help it along - that's been my personal experience and I take 18 pills or so per day of supplements - 6 at a time. So the 200 mg size will be easier to swallow in general - as well as easier to hold in hand without dropping the smaller pills on the floor/counter