Vitasorb CoQ10 Review
Vitasorb CoQ10 is a dietary supplement designed to support energy production by increasing the availability of Co-enzyme Q10. The formula is developed by BioCare, a private owned British company. BioCare has been developing nutritional supplements for 25 years. Their scientifically researched supplements are produced through the common efforts of specialized practitioners using innovative processes and high-quality ingredients to ensure maximum bio-availability.
Coenzyme CoQ10 formula is advertised as an efficient source of the antioxidant CoQ10, which is a naturally occurring substance in the human body. Usually, CoQ10 levels decline with age, therefore the product addresses adults who desire to prevent age related damage caused by oxidation and free radicals.
Vitasorb CoQ10 comes in a liquid highly absorbable form. The product is naturally colored and is available in vegetable capsules.
Vitasorb CoQ10 Ingredients
Vitasorb CoQ10 contains the following ingredients: Co-Enzyme Q10, Vitamin E (as D-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate), purified water, modified Tapioca starch, Grapeseed Oil, Sweet Orange Oil (providing limonene), Antioxidants (Ascorbic Acid & Natural Mixed Tocopherols), Sunflower Oil, and preservatives (Potassium Sorbate).
Vitasorb CoQ10 is based on the action of two main active ingredients: naturally occurring vitamin-like substance Q10 (or Coenzyme Q10) and vitamin E.
CoQ10 is present in the mitochondria of most cells in our body. It plays an essential function in the energy production and is present in high concentrations in the organs with the highest energy requirements such as the liver, the heart and the kidneys. Over the past few years CoQ10 has gained considerable attention as an agent capable of influencing cellular bioenergetics and counteracting some of the damage caused by free radicals. Results of clinical trials are encouraging; however more research is definitely needed to assess the health benefits of CoQ10 supplements in humans.
Coenzyme Q10 is considered a generally safe substance even taken in high doses but overdosing can cause gastrointestinal problems. Aging is generally associated with decreases in CoQ10. For instance, CoQ10 levels in the skin are low in childhood, reach a maximum at around 30 years of age, after which they decrease steadily with increasing age.
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant with the main function of stopping the production or reactive oxygen species during fat oxidation. The intake of vitamin E does not have any noticeable side effects if taken in the recommended dosage.
The recommended intake of Vitasorb CoQ10 is ten drops taken twice a day in water with food, or directly under the tongue. Some warnings are issued for people under anticoagulant medication or under medical supervision; however we were not able to identify any consumer reviews.
- Reasonable price for a month’s supply (approximately $36)
- Natural ingredients
- Liquid highly absorbable form, excellent option for elderly people
- No clinical trials involving the whole formula
- Contains allergens (soy) and preservatives
Vitasorb CoQ10 is offered as an effective formula which provides additional amounts of powerful antioxidants to help the body fight against the harmful effects of free radicals and provide the necessary energy levels. The manufacturer claims all their formulations are based on credible research but does not provide any results involving this formula. However, the formula comes in a liquid formula, giving it the advantage of being easy to administrate (also suited for elderly people) and that it has a high absorption.
No side effects are mentioned for the formula, but the manufacturer advises patients under medical supervision to see a specialist prior to use.
It is our advice you consult an informed healthcare practitioner before considering using any kind of dietary supplement.
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