Aging and stress have a negative impact on immunity, making viruses and bacteria more likely. The reduced form of coenzyme Q10, ubiquinol, prevents aging of the immune system.
Q10 supports middle-aged persons
Decreased immunity is mainly caused by aging. You can increase your immunity by activating the mitochondria and thus obtain the antioxidant effect, you do this through a healthy lifestyle (low stress, good sleep), a balanced diet and the use of ubiquinol. Ubiquinol increases the number of mitochondria and gives them energy.
Professor Ryuichi Mirishita:“Ubiquinol is present in the human body, but it decreases with age, so it is important to take it to prevent aging of the immune system.”
Ubiquinol is more efficient than ubiquinone in seniors
The image below shows the results of a double-blind randomized crossover study. In the study, seniors over the age of 55 were divided into two groups, with one group receiving 200mg of ubiquinol daily and the other group receiving 200mg of ubiquinone. The result shows that plasma coQ10, i.e. ubiquinol, increased by 250% after two weeks.
Q10 therapeutic effect on influenza virus
As the immune system weakens, it becomes difficult to respond to infections such as viruses and bacteria. Studies have reported significantly lower levels of coQ10 in the blood of flu patients. Ubiquinol has protective properties against the influenza virus because it stimulates resistance.