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Protect Vital Body Systems from Oxidative Damage
Ubiquinol — the active form of the crucial coenzyme called CoQ10 — is involved in a whopping 95% of the body’s cellular energy production. It also acts as an antioxidant, protecting cells from free radical damage, boosting heart, liver, kidney, pancreas, and nervous system health, and plays an important role in the metabolism process.
In addition, it offers protective properties by strengthening the outer wall of cells in the body and plays a key role in various biological processes. While it’s naturally produced by the body, that production starts to decline as we age, making supplementation necessary to replenish the body’s supply. There are a lot of CoQ10 supplements on the market that promise these benefits, but it’s important to understand that there is a key difference between a standard CoQ10 supplement and ubiquinol.
Smarter Nutrition Ubiquinol
Ubiquinol is CoQ10 in its active form, but most CoQ10 supplements contain ubiquinone, which is the same coenzyme but in it’s inactive form. The body has to convert ubiquinone into ubiquinol, in order to initiate its antioxidant activity before you can start reaping the benefits. Plus, research specifically shows that ubiquinol is much easier for the body to absorb than ubiquinone, which means ubiquinol is more capable of supporting the body’s natural ability to target health issues.
At Smarter Nutrition, we believe in going the extra mile to create the right supplement, not the easy one. That’s why Smarter Ubiquinol contains the active form of this powerful health-enhancing antioxidant. Unlike most CoQ10 supplements on the shelves, there’s no need for the body to convert it after you take it, so it’s ready to go to work right away.
Key Health Benefits of Ubiquinol:
Improves the way the body produces and uses energy by enhancing metabolism
Heightens the body’s antioxidant activity
Enhances the body’s ability to burn fat
Improves cholesterol ratios
Boosts energy levels and physical performance
Promotes optimal nerve function
Supports heart health
Improves thyroid and pancreas function
Increases fertility and reproductive outcomes
Improves pregnancy rates and supports the healthy development of an embryo
Smarter Ubiquinol is co-formulated with Ahiflower Seed Oil, which has one of the highest omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acid profiles of any plant source in the world. It comes with its own list of great health benefits, including:
Enhances heart health
Supports natural cellular energy production
Targets and helps prevent cellular damage due to oxidative stress
Helps replenish ubiquinol blood levels that become depleted due to certain cholesterol medicines
Enhances fertility through heightened sperm strength and motility
This unique combination of ubiquinol and ahiflower seed oil ensures that your body will not just function better, but will continue to thrive long-term.
If you’ve been looking for a health-boosting supplement with potent, high quality ingredients, look no further — Smarter Ubiquinol is a truly unrivaled dietary supplement that is plant-derived, scientifically verified, sustainable, and it doesn’t have a fishy taste. Give your body a daily supply of the essential nutrients it needs, with Smarter Ubiquinol.
CoQ10 is found in every cell of the body with especially high concentrations in the brain, liver, and heart. It’s essential to mitochondrial energy production and functions as a powerful, fat soluble, free radical scavenger.
CoQ10 has been shown to increase energy and stamina levels in the body, support the nervous and immune system, and improve cell endurance and defend against the effects of harmful oxidation.
Supports Energy Production
Ubiquinol is a natural coenzyme that plays a crucial role in 95% of production of energy used by organs in the body. Ubiquinol levels may drop due to age, stress levels, and cholesterol-lowering statin drug therapy.