Discover the Health Benefits of CoQ10 with Lipoic Acid
Coenzyme Q10 is a naturally occurring enzyme that metabolizes food
into energy. It is also a powerful antioxidant, playing a role in every
system of the body and in nearly every cell. Because of this, low levels
of CoQ10 can have widespread effects on the body. In order for a CoQ10
supplement to effectively replace what the body is missing, it has to be
Our CoQ10 comes from a patented fermentation product that results in
an exceptionally pure, bio-identical form of CoQ10. Alpha-Lipoic Acid is
included as a complementary substance, which potentiates the
antioxidant effects of the other ingredients. Combined, the body can
readily utilize the cleansing and energizing abilities of CoQ10 with
Learn more about the benefits of CoQ10 here
Increase your body’s energy levels and enhance stamina with MaxLiving CoQ10 with Lipoic Acid.†
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and alpha-lipoic acid are essential in converting
fats, carbohydrates, and proteins from food into energy. This energy is
created in the form of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), contributing to the
proper function of the body’s systems. Additionally, lipoic acid is a
crucial antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals everywhere in the
body, helping you naturally detoxify.†
CoQ10 with Lipoic Acid vs. Competitors
CoQ10 with Lipoic Acid
|Manufactured in America.
||Other CoQ10 supplements may not be manufactured in America.
|Produced through a
patented fermentation process that is heavily supported by research and
produces a pure, bioavailable form of CoQ10.
||CoQ10 in powder or tablet form may not be as accessible to the body as a liquid or gel capsule.
|Combined with high
quality Italian Alpha Lipoic Acid and Red Wine Proanthocyanidins to
enhance antioxidant capabilities, both inside and out.
||Others pair with one substance alone, typically Vitamin E.
How to Use CoQ10 with Lipoic Acid
As a dietary supplement, adults take 1 capsule 1 to 2 times daily or as directed by your qualified healthcare practitioner.
Cardiovascular health and energy production are intrinsically linked.
The muscle cells that produce energy require CoQ10 to stay healthy and
strong. As we age, CoQ10 levels in our cells naturally decrease, leading
to age related decline in strength and energy. In addition to age
related decline, pharmaceuticals used to control cholesterol levels
(statins) can rapidly decrease natural levels of CoQ10 by hindering
endogenous production. Patients with diabetes often have concurrent
heart disease, making supplementation with CoQ10 and Lipoic Acid
incredibly important. These nutrients have been shown to improve insulin
sensitivity and glycemic control.
We live in an environment inundated with toxins and supplementing
with powerful antioxidants can help reduce the effects of exposure.
Chronic exposure to toxins leads to ongoing inflammation, which has been
linked to the development of disease and illness. CoQ10 and Lipoic Acid
are powerful antioxidants that the body utilizes to target inflammation
and free radicals. Inflammation is a key factor in the development of
cardiovascular disease, cognitive decline and energy production. This
suggests that managing inflammation with proper antioxidant support
could influence change in these disease processes.
- Oxidative stress (an excess of free radicals) may play a part in
many diseases and is a likely contributor in all inflammatory illness.
Potential concerns include atherosclerosis, cancer, and even aging.
Inflammatory diseases that may be connected to oxidative stress include
arthritis and heart disease, among many others.
- Because exercise can play a role in free radical production and
oxidative stress, antioxidants – particularly Alpha-Lipoic Acid – may be
beneficial for endurance and recovery. Increasing antioxidant intake
counters the free radical production so that cells can better recover
and utilize energy.
- Antioxidants play a role in combating the effects of stress and
aging by targeting the free radicals that cause disease and a cellular
breakdown. Because antioxidants work in the cell, this can reflect in
skin health as well as the strength of other tissues and organs.
- CoQ10 deficiency plays a role in a number of diseases and it may
even be connected with lowered immune response. Levels decrease with
age, leaving the elderly susceptible to more diseases and cellular
- The role that CoQ10 plays in cellular health makes it a consideration for protective effects surrounding heart surgery.
- Alpha-Lipoic Acid is referred to as the “super antioxidant.” Because
it thrives in both water and fat it can reach any part of the body,
carrying other antioxidants with it and heightening their effects. It
may also have anti-inflammatory properties, which complements its
- Red Wine Proanthocyanidins are found in the skin and seeds of grapes
and the process of wine-making often extracts them from red grapes. As
strong antioxidants, proanthocyanidins from red wine have been observed
to have chemoprotective abilities, protecting the cell from cancer.
- As shown by recent research, the combination of Coenzyme Q10 and
Lipoic Acid works synergistically to dramatically enhance a wide variety
of bodily functions. For example, it induces PGC1, a master switch of
energy metabolism that improves the body’s stress response and also
increases cellular glutathione levels 4-fold!
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