Over the past 20 years, Coenzyme Q10 has become the most popular dietary supplement worldwide. Some people believe that the coenzyme is extremely important for maintaining normal body function and should be renamed “Vitamin Q”.
Because CoQ10 is so important to our health, AquaSource now
the amount of CoQ10 in its very popular Coenzyme Q10 Complex (it also contains the important Chromium Picolinate and AquaSource Algae).
Coenzyme Q10 was discovered in 1957 by Frederick Crane at Purdue University, Indiana, USA. He calls it “ubiquinone” because CoQ10 is found in the mitochondria of almost every cell of the body. The word ubiquinone, comes from “ubiquitous” which means “present, appearing everywhere”. Mitochondria are like tiny furnaces producing energy.
Four years later, Peter Mitchell, a native of Surrey, England, working at the University of Edinburgh, understood how coenzyme Q10 produces energy at the cellular level. For this discovery he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1978.
Coenzyme Q10 is a natural substance that is produced by the body, but the production capacity decreases significantly with aging.
Coenzyme Q10 is known to “recycle” antioxidants such as vitamin E and vitamin C. For this reason, it is popular among people who take serious measures against the effects of aging. This makes sense as it is known that Coenzyme Q10 levels decrease significantly with age.
There are two different methods that can be used to produce Coenzyme Q10. One process is “natural” and the other is synthetic. The natural process uses living organisms and is known as the “biological fermentation/extraction process”. Coenzyme Q10 can also be synthesized in a chemical process that produces a similar but distinct product containing chemical constituents not found in its natural form. AquaSource Coenzyme Q10 Complex contains natural coenzyme Q10
Coenzyme Q10 complex€48,96