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CoQ10
May 8, 2014
... Hi Yack! :) thank you! now i have 2 ?s. I am on a calcium channel blocker,and the bottle of COQ10 i have says Q-Sorb on it.First ingredient,rice bran oil,is that any good? and can i take that with the blocker,i don't think the Verapamil is a beta blocker.So it helps with BP? Thank you!!! (8 replies)
CoQ10
May 8, 2014
... In recent years Kaneka started to produce the Ubiquinol form of CoQ10. This is mainly for people who's body is not so good at converting Ubiquinone to Ubiquinol. ... (8 replies)
Simvastatin
Jan 11, 2011
... In recent years Kaneka started to produce the Ubiquinol form of CoQ10. This is mainly for people who's body is not so good at converting Ubiquinone to Ubiquinol. ... (6 replies)

CoQ10
May 7, 2014
... What exactly does it do Yack? (8 replies)
CoQ10
May 7, 2014
... Hi Tess Long time no correspond. Sorry, I thought I'd made a spelling mistake just then. Ubiquinone is the fully oxidized form of Co-enzyme Q10 much of which is converted by the body into the active form of Coq10, Ubiquinol. This is the cheaper version which has now been around a number of years. Ubiquinol is the active form which does not have to be converted once... (8 replies)
... As Ubiquinol is the end product following conversion by the body of Ubiquinone, you have made the right choice. ... (15 replies)
... This may sound dumb, but what is the difference between Ubiquinol and Ubiquinone? ... (15 replies)
... Hi Mike, 800mg a day......Is your COq10 in the form of ubiquinone or ubiquinol? Ubiquinone is badly absorbed and should be taken along with an oily substance. If you are using this form of Coq10, then 100mg of the ubiquinol form of Coq10 will give you the equivalent of 600-800mg of the ubiquinone Coq10 and you will only need 1 capsule a day, which should work out much... (5 replies)
Higher LDL number
Dec 31, 2017
... Hello Again, I suggest you experiment and monitor your own system (and lab reports) as I don't think "one size fits all" is always appropriate. I now take one 600 mg. every other day and two 600 mg. (for 1200 mg) on the off days. I found that my LDL number rose when I took only one 600 mg. This works for me now but may be altered depending on future lipid panels. If you... (18 replies)
Higher LDL number
Dec 30, 2017
... Thanks for the reply..My follow up would be why would I keep taking a 600MG tablet when a 300MG would suffice? I would at that point purchase the 300MG tablets. and yes, I ordered the coQ10(100 MG Ubiquinol actually) (18 replies)
CoQ10
May 8, 2014
... Yes, but a better product, I believe. For one thing, it has more bioavailability and was shown, in tests, to be more effective in increasing levels of COQ 10 in the liver. I understand the cost consideration, though. However, after taking it for awhile my levels have increased greatly so I only need a much smaller dose now; thus, less expensive. Tess :cool: (8 replies)
CoQ10
May 7, 2014
... Yack, Ubiquinone?? Tess (8 replies)
CoQ10
May 7, 2014
... Healthy Origins' in the form of Ubiquinol or Ubiquinone. Been proved to work as have a few other well known brands. ... (8 replies)
... If interested, you could also try alternative measures for lowering LDL - low carb diet, Red Yeast Rice, COQ10 - Kaneka ubiquinol. Tess (4 replies)
... Hello, Are you saying you want to try alternative methods to lower your LDL? If the pill size is a problem you can always cut it in half. Red Yeast Rice (Nature's Plus brand. It's large but as I said, you can score it in halves or fourths) + Ubiquinol should help. (3 replies)
Ldl cholesterol
Dec 2, 2012
... Some of us here use Red Yeast Rice and a ubiquinol CoQ10. The best RYR product, in terms of monoaclins and free of citrinin, is from Nature's Plus. Exercise and a low carb diet would also be beneficial. ... (1 replies)
... lowering LDL. Some of us here use Red Yeast Rice and a ubiquinol CoQ10. The best RYR product, in terms of monoaclins and free of citrinin, is from Nature's Plus. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks so much Jen. That's very helpful advice. I believe I will try the alternatives. Hopefully that will allow me to get off the statin. (5 replies)
... Hi again, I would suggest you research these statins yourself as it's important to know firsthand exactly what you are taking. Side effects are not always immediately felt but may be effecting something unseen. Just look for side-effects after the name of the drug. As for alternatives, there are a great many posts here about the protocol that many of us follow, if you... (5 replies)
... Your TC/HDL ratio is 5.75 should be <4.5 Your LDL/HDL ratio is 4.08 should be < 3.2 Your trig/HDL ratio is 3.33 should be <2.0 Many of us have genetically high levels that are not effectively changed with just diet and exercise. I would recommend eating low carb, though. I would also recommend supplementing to lower your LDL and raise your HDL. Many of us here do... (5 replies)




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