Ubiquinol is the reduced, active antioxidant form of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10).
Produced naturally within the body, ubiquinol is CoQ10 that has been converted into the substance necessary for use in cellular energy production. In addition to its critical role in energy production, it is one of the most powerful known lipid-soluble antioxidants available, protecting the bodyâ??s cells from damage caused by oxidative stress and free radicals (see Glossary below).
The bodyâ??s ability to produce CoQ10 declines with age, as does the ability to convert it into ubiquinol. It has been shown that Ubiquinol levels are suppressed in many older individuals, as well as those with cardiovascular, neurological, liver- and diabetes-related conditions.
Ubiquinone Vs. Ubiquinol
Ubiquinone (Coenzyme Q10) has been taken as a supplement by millions of people over the past thirty years. Because of its wide availability and popularity as a supplement, ubiquinone is the form of CoQ10 most recognized by consumers. Because it was not available in nutritional supplements until 2006, <b>Ubiquinol</b> is a lesser-known but equally important nutrient.
Both ubiquinone and ubiquinol are critical to the cellular ATP (energy) production cycle. Without the presence of both ubiquinone and ubiquinol within the bodyâ??s cells, cellular energy cannot be generated or sustained*.
Until recently, the only way to increase ubiquinol levels in plasma was to convert it from ubiquinone within the body, which research has shown becomes increasingly difficult with age. Because it was so easily oxidized outside of the body, it took scientists and researchers more than a decade to stabilize ubiquinol for use in supplements
Ubiquinone (CoQ10) levels within the body typically begin decreasing as early as age 20, suggesting that it has a close connection with aging. Additionally, the bodyâ??s ability to convert these declining levels of CoQ10 into ubiquinol is also diminished with age. Without proper levels of these vital substances, the body produces less energy and lacks a strong defense against oxidative stress*.
As the body begins losing its natural ability to maintain optimal levels of ubiquinone and ubiquinol, the most efficient way to restore healthy levels of these nutrients is through supplementation*.
Benefits of spray labsâ?? ubiquinol oral spray
As the reduced and more absorbable form of Coenzyme Q10, ubiquinol will have all of the same powerful benefits associated with CoQ10 that have been well established over the past three decades*.
Due to its established role in the bodyâ??s energy production process, Ubiquinol Oral Spray may increase energy, stamina and general wellness in most people.Â For those individuals who cannot efficiently convert CoQ10 to ubiquinol, Ubiquinol Oral Spray has been shown to restore healthy levels of CoQ10 in plasma and organs for more efficient energy production*. This can result in more energy and stamina as well as better overall health*. Additionally, because ubiquinol is an extremely powerful antioxidant, it offers a strong protective defence against oxidative stress and age-related conditions.
Spray Labs Ubiquinol gives you all the benefits of regular CoQ10, plus it may:
- Make the active form of CoQ10 formula available more directly*
- Ignite your body's energy production all the way down to your cells*
- Help in strengthening your cardiovascular system*
- Increase antioxidant power to help protect you from free-radicals*
- Provide a boost to your immune system*
- Replenish your CoQ10 levels if you're taking statin drugs*
*The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.