If you’ve been reading about the huge health benefits of Ubiquinol and Ubiquinone you may be wondering how you could get a good dose of the stuff by eating the right foods, rather than taking it as a dietary supplement.
You could start your day with a big piece of salmon or perhaps a large helping of spinach in the form of perhaps Eggs Florentine. A pile of sardine sandwiches midway through the morning will help, along with a bag of peanuts followed by a big juicy steak for dinner.
If you’re a vegan or vegetarian you’re kind of stuffed, only a small amount of Ubiquinol is present in fruit and vegetables. And you are under 21? Why do I ask? Because if you’re older than that your body has probably stopped being able to process ubiquinone, you need the more readily assimilable form which is Ubiquinol. You can eat all the things mentioned above, you’ll just have to eat more of them if you’re an adult.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with trying to get all our vitamins and minerals from our diet, but for most of us who eat a typical Western diet and lead stressful, busy lives, it’s nearly impossible to get enough Ubiquinol.
Most people are suffering from supplement-overload. Every day it seems that there’s some miracle-breakthrough-amazing pill that we absolutely must take so we can live longer, healthier lives, but how many of them actually live up to over 50 years of testing and research? Ubiquinol does.
Japanese scientists first started looking at ubiquinone back in the early 1950s but it’s only been a few years since they have been able to find a process that can turn ubiquinone into Ubiquinol. Before that it took a long time for the body to process this vitamin-like substance, which has similar antioxidant qualities to Vitamins E and K – only better.
Over 12 million Japanese have now been prescribed Ubiquinol to help combat heart disease, and American physicians are now realizing its benefits as a supplement for people with high cholesterol who take statins, which can decrease the amount of Ubiquinone in the liver by up to 40%.
Ubiquinol could easily replace many dietary supplements as it has a myriad of powerful functions. Overall it improves cell health by combining with ATP to create energy. It’s also a powerful antioxidant, helping to eliminate free radicals which can cause cardiovascular disease cancer and other diseases. It is also used in the treatment of migraines and arthritis, and research is continuing on its benefits for warding off brain diseases such as Lou Gehrig’s, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
Take a long look at the supplements you’re taking. You can finish off the Vitamin C and replace those pills with a glass of fresh orange juice. Get rid of the Vitamins K & E – Ubiquinol is better. It’s also good for oral and visual health, migraines, arthritis and muscular pain. In fact it’s good for every cell in our body and could replace a whole medicine cabinet full of pills and potions. Who likes boiled spinach for breakfast anyway! Ubiquinol could replace it all!