Ubiquinol Provides Cellular Energy To Your Heart*

Your heart is one of the hardest working organs in your body. This muscle requires cellular energy to function at its optimal level. Ubiquinol is directly associated with over 95% of the cellular energy your body produces,1 but your body makes less of this vital nutrient as you age. That’s why so many adults take Ubiquinol, clinically shown to support heart health.*2,3

Be good to your heart and take a Ubiquinol supplement daily.

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Ubiquinol at a Glance

Promotes Optimum Health

Promotes optimal heart health2,3,12

Supports natural cellular energy production

Supports natural cellular energy production4

Replenishes Ubiquinol levels

Replenishes Ubiquinol levels depleted by cholesterol lowering medications5-9

More bioavailable
than CoQ10

More bioavailable than conventional CoQ10*10,11


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Since 1977, Kaneka has been a leader in supplying CoQ10 ingredients to the nutritional supplement market, including both the conventional and advanced Ubiquinol forms of CoQ10.

Kaneka was the first to produce a fermented form of CoQ10 that is bioidentical to the CoQ10 produced in your body. This ingredient became the gold standard for CoQ10 research and is today considered a premium, heart-healthy dietary supplement ingredient.*

Kaneka Ubiquinol™: A more advanced form of CoQ10

In 2007, Kaneka released a new commercial form of CoQ10 called Ubiquinol. Scientists had known about Ubiquinol for years but the product was not available to consumers until Kaneka developed a unique method for producing this vital nutrient in its active (reduced) form.

Backed by more than 10 years of research, development and testing, Kaneka Ubiquinol™ is used in hundreds of dietary supplement brands around the world. This vital nutrient is already in the form your body needs for cellular energy production12,13 and can provide antioxidant protection against free radical damage to cells.*14 Learn More About Kaneka

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