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Co-Enzyme Q10, Ubiquinone, Ubiquinol — 2 Comments

  1. Q10 caught my eye as Nivea have a face cream here in europe called that. Difficult to see if actually contains Co-Q10.
    Which foods are rich in Co-Q10?

    I'm pleased to read that you feel stronger.

  2. I found this on the internet:

    Dr. Bowden, in his book "The Most Effective Ways To Live Longer," explains that there unfortunately are few very natural food sources of CoQ10. Natural sources of CoQ10 are mainly "organ meats" such as the heart, liver and kidneys of animals. It is unlikely that these naturally high fat food sources are part of your diet. The University of Washington reports that CoQ10 can also be found in beef, soy oil, sardines, mackerel, and peanuts. Unfortunately, CoQ10 only exists in very small amounts; 1 lb of sardines contains about 30 mg of CoQ10.

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