ubiquinone (CoQ10) was discovered in 1957, researchers worldwide
have found many promising uses for the nutrient. Studies have
shown that CoQ10 plays a pivotal role in cellular health and
energy production, and may help alleviate the effects of a
number of diseases and conditions. For
more information on these trials see the CoQ10
clinical trials page.
As a form of CoQ10, ubiquinol will have many of the same
benefits as ubiquinone. However, because ubiquinol
has only been commercially available since 2006, researchers
are just beginning to research and uncover some of the specific
benefits associated with this reduced, active antioxidant
form of CoQ10.
For a full listing of clinical abstracts
and articles about CoQ10 or ubiquinol, visit the National
Center for Biotechnology Information
foregoing descriptions and data concerning clinical testing
and studies with regard to ubiquinone (CoQ10) and ubiquinol
are based upon information available or provided to Kaneka
Nutrients L.P. and are considered to be substantiated and reliable.
The descriptions and data included herein is not
intended to be a diagnosis of any medical condition, advice
concerning any illness or medical condition, or claim as
to the efficacy of CoQ10 or ubiquinol to prevent, treat
or cure any disease or medical condition.
The NDI (New Dietary Ingredients) Notification of KanekaQH
(ubiquinol) has been accepted by the U.S. Food and
Drug Administration (FDA). And CoQ10 is recognized as ODI
(Old Dietary Ingredients) in the U.S.A. Consult your physician
to diagnosis and treat of your specific medical condition
and any personal illness.