Coenzyme Q10

Q10, or CoQ10, is a crucial compound for energy production in every human cell and also acts as an antioxidant to protect cells from damage. It's vital for maintaining overall health and cellular function....

Coenzyme Q10

Who would benefit from testing their Q10 levels?

Individuals who might benefit from testing their Q10 levels include older adults, people with heart conditions, those experiencing symptoms like unexplained fatigue or muscle weakness, individuals on statin medications, and those with neurological disorders. Athletes or those with high physical demands may also find such testing useful to optimize performance and recovery.

What are symptoms of low Q10?

  • Fatigue
  • Muscle weakness and pain, particularly with statin medications
  • Cognitive issues: memory problems, difficulty concentrating
  • Decreased stamina and exercise tolerance
  • Weakened immune system
  • Increased risk of heart-related issues: palpitations, heart disease

What foods are high in Q10?

Meats, particularly organ meats like heart, liver, and kidney are high in Q10, as well as fatty fish like salmon, mackerel, and sardines. Certain nuts and seeds like pistachios and sesame seeds are also good sources.

What are the benefits of Q10 supplementation?

Taking extra Q10 can help make more energy in cells. This is good for older people and those with energy problems. It’s good for the heart, helping with heart failure and reducing problems from statin drugs. It might also help with headaches and brain health. Q10 is an antioxidant, which protects cells and is good for the skin. It may also help athletes perform better and recover faster.

Test(s) that measure/test for Coenzyme Q10

Trusted by over 10.000+ customers

gettested trustpilot
call to action
call to action line graphic

Still not sure what you need?

Let our experienced team of nutritionists, medical experts, health coaches guide you.