What is CO-ENZYME Q10+
Co-enzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10, is a fat-soluble substance that is very similar to a vitamin. Our bodies naturally produce co-enzyme Q10 and our cells use it to generate the energy we need to function.
Co-enzyme Q10 levels decrease as we age and during the use of statins. FutureYou’s highly bioavailable formulation allows you to replenish the levels of co-enzyme Q10 in your body daily.
There are two ways in which you can ensure your body absorbs enough of the good stuff when taking supplements. One is to consume a lot of an ingredient, the second is to choose a highly bioavailable version, at FutureYou we prefer the latter. For our CO-ENZYME Q10 supplement, we have selected the Co-Enzyme Q10 Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complex, which is 18x more absorbable than standard co-enzyme Q10. By taking CO-ENZYME Q10+ from FutureYou, you absorb the optimal levels of co-enzyme Q10 and reduce the chance of any potential side effects that may occur when consuming larger quantities, such as diarrhoea and constipation.
Key ingredientsAs per one capsule (daily intake)
Co-Enzyme Q10 Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complex - 250mg
Take one capsule per day
Take in the morning or evening with or without food
No known issues taking this product with alcohol
Capsule shell (Gelatin, Titanium Dioxide)
For a full list of the definitions of our ingredients please click here
Manufactured in a GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) facility in the EU
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any medication or under medical supervision, please consult a doctor or pharmacist before taking supplements. If you suffer any adverse reaction whilst using a supplement, discontinue use and consult your doctor. Keep out of reach of children. Allergens are highlighted in bold within the ingredients list.
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