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Coenzyme Q10, also known as ubiquinone, coenzyme Q, is a coenzyme present in all eukaryotic organisms that carry out aerobic respiration. Coenzyme Q10 exists in the animal and plant kingdoms and is considered a "non-vitamin nutrient", which means that we can get it from food and the body can synthesize it by itself.
Yellow to orange-yellow powder
Loss on drying
Not more than 1%
Not more than 10ppm
24 months when properly stored.
Foods such as meat (such as sardines and other seafood, or beef, chicken), nuts (such as peanuts, walnuts, cashews, etc.) or vegetables (such as spinach, cauliflower, etc.) contain coenzyme Q10, but food processing and cooking processes (such as oxidation , heating) will cause damage.
The function of coenzyme Q10 in cells
Coenzyme Q10 is a coenzyme in the formation of mitochondrial ATP and plays an important role in the human body.
Activator of cellular metabolism
Metabolism is the basic characteristic of human life activities. The energy metabolism in the organism is mainly carried out in the mitochondria, which produces 95% of the total energy of the human body.
Coenzyme Q10 is an energy conversion agent that exists on the inner membrane of mitochondria and participates in the energy production of cells. It can promote ATP synthesis, significantly increase myocardial oxygenation, add vitality to the organism, and prolong myocardial life.
Free radical scavenger in the body
Coenzyme Q10 is also an antioxidant. The theory of free radical aging believes that the main cause of body aging is the oxidative damage caused by free radicals to cells.
Coenzyme Q10 can scavenge free radicals, prevent atherosclerosis, and strengthen the inner membrane of cells to resist the damage of external oxidative factors. It is the only naturally occurring fat-soluble antioxidant in the human body that can be regenerated in the human body.