Eloise Wellings, a two-time Olympic athlete and three-time Commonwealth Games athlete and mother, at age 36, still competes in medium-distance competitions and adheres to a grueling training regime. Her secret to her success? Ubiquinol, the active form of coenzyme Q10.
With a career spanning 23 years and five Olympic qualifiers, Eloise Wellings has been around for a while. As Wellings has discovered, one of the keys to maintaining optimal health and energy production as we age is the powerful antioxidant called Ubiquinol. Ubiquinol is the active form of coenzyme Q10, which is found naturally in the cells of our body and is responsible for supporting energy production. As we age, the body’s ability to make ubiquinol decreases. Thanks to ubiquinol supplementation, you can maintain your Q10 levels.
Q10 supports the energy level, the heart and the muscles (muscle mass and strength and muscle maintenance in the elderly). Q10 can also help with migraines.
Watch the Australian Olympic athlete’s video below.