Coq10, Co Q10, CO-E1, Coenzyme 1, NADH, & More…
Contrary to popular belife, coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, is not an antioxidant although it is characterized as such in all of the commercial available products. Coenzyme Q10 is the oxidized form of this substance and an oxidant can never ever be an antioxidant.
However, when Co Q10 is absorbed into the organism it is reduced by Enada NADH and thus, becomes an antioxidant
. In other words, Enada NADH takes Coenzyme Q-10’s presence in the body and turns it into an antioxidant; hence, CoQ10 needs Enada NADH to become effective.
Additionally, Co Q10 concentrations may be increased with Enada NADH supplements.
Your cells only have so much Enada NADH, so if you take commercially available coenzyme Q10 without the equivalent dose of NADH, you can possibly end up depleting the cell of its NADH and thereby make the cell become energy deficient and actually make the cells prone to degeneration.
This fact implies two consequences:
– (A) the intake of commercially available CoQ10 is not very meaningful
– (B) unless the person (organism) has sufficient amounts of Enada NADH in their cells available to reduce the Co Q10 and make it an antioxidant.