As you age, your body
can no longer produce
the needed levels 
of Ubiquinol 
it did when you were
in your 20s and 30s.

Contributes to healthy ageing

  • Ubiquinol activates antiaging genes and the biogenesis of mitochondria.
  • Its antioxidant properties elevates weakened immune systems, is more efficient and better absorbed than CoQ10.

A.Kalén et al. Lipids 24, 579-584 (1989)

As we age, our natural levels of ubiquinol (the active form of CoQ10) decline. This decrease impacts mitochondrial function, leading to a reduction in energy production and oxidative stress.

Ubiquinol supplementation can help compensate by directly providing the active form, thereby bypassing the body's need to convert CoQ10 to ubiquinol. This makes it more efficient as it provides ubiquinol in a readily available form for immediate use in the mitochondria, enhancing energy production.

Furthermore, ubiquinol is a potent antioxidant, protecting mitochondria from oxidative damage and supporting their optimal function.

This makes ubiquinol supplementation a beneficial strategy to enhance energy levels and promote healthy ageing.

A.Kalén et al. Lipids 24, 579-584 (1989)