Ubiquinol Combined with Shilajit Now Providing More Energy at a Cellular Level
There is now a new breakthrough in CoQ10 technology. Now by combining Ubiquinol with the Ayurvedic herb Shilajit, one can experience even more energy at the the cellular level. CoQ10 first marketed in 1983 has come along way and is now better than ever. By combining the powerful antioxidant CoQ10 with Shilajit one can expect even less fatigue and greater physical endurance. This is great news for aging people, who are in the greatest need of repair at the cellular level. Although this is not just a breakthrough for senior citizens. It is great news for all of us. Imagine having better recovery from oxidation stress which a fundamental cause of aging at the cellular level. As cells age, there is a greater amount of damage mitochondria and a decrease in the levels of CoQ10 in the body that is the chief cause of mitochondrial dysfunction. This is why, as a person ages, one is more prone to immune dysfunction, poor cardiovascular performance, and insulin resistance.
This great breakthrough is a wonderful remedy for the pitfalls of aging. Shilajit, is a herb used by Ayurvedic practitioners to help restore energy, it also contain properties that helped restore fertility, immunity and safeguarded memory. Shilajit is culled from biomass, high in the Himalayas. It is has the remarkable property of providing broad spectrum protection throughout the body. It helps the body adapt to internal and external stressors. Shilajit works at cellular level. This makes Shilajit a remarkable energy enhancer.
CoQ10, which has always been considered an innovation since it was first developed in 1983, was once one of the most costly supplements. A bottle of 100 ten milligram capsules, would retail for $100.00. CoQ10 was further developed in the nineties to a more affordable, oil-soluble form for greater absorption. In 2004, a newer type of CoQ10 was developed called Ubiquinone, this form of CoQ10 dramatically increased blood levels. Innovations did not stop with Ubiquinone; in 2006 Japanese scientist perfected a way to produce, what is known today as Ubiquinol. Science did not stop there. Now Ubiquinol has been paired with the miraculous herb Shilajit for greater function in the mitochondria. This means greater energy at the cellular level, and better overall health.
Shilajit has increased energy production of 144% when paired by Ubiquinol. The CoQ10-Shilajit Combo has increased energy production in the brain by 56%. CoQ10 is more effective when combined with Shilajit, because Shilajit provides a rich source of Dibenzo-a-pyrones, which are an electron reservoir within the body, these DBPs sustain antioxidant functions and support the anti oxidant property of CoQ10 which is known by many as the anti oxidant’s, anti oxidant. This makes Shilajit totally synergistic with CoQ10 in providing greater anti oxidant protection, and this helps to slow down the process of aging, and supports a healthy immune system.
So imagine this power combination, this incredible breakthrough in CoQ10 technology. The power of Shilajit which is also known to work at a cellular level by providing more energy combined with Ubiquinol a powerful antioxidant known for enhancing the body's production of energy at a cellular level working in a synergistic way. Wow a good thing has just become even better. If you are interested in obtaining more information on this amazing product, you can obtain more information through a company called Life Extension. Just go to http://www.lifeextensionretail.com/.
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