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  • n. A certain benzoquinol, the reduced product of ubiquinone, also called coenzyme Q10.

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  • Another important antiaging nutrient that can be used to protect the mitochondria and treat MODS is coenzyme Q10, also known as ubiquinol.

    Forever Young

  • Speaking of mitochondrial health, a 2006 placebo-controlled Japanese study published in Experimental Gerontology showed the incredible antiaging effects of a new more bioavailable form of CoQ10 called ubiquinol in mice.

    The Truth About Beauty

  • CoQ10 is sometimes also referred to as ubiquinol, a name formed with the word ubiquitous (which means "being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent"), because coenzyme Q10 is found in virtually every cell in the body.

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  • What to Do if You're Struggling With Obesity As I said, a reduced form of coenzyme Q10 called ubiquinol is one of the few supplements I consider highly beneficial for nearly all adults.

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  • As I said, a reduced form of coenzyme Q10 called ubiquinol is one of the few supplements I consider highly beneficial for nearly all adults.

    foodconsumer.org

  • So, if you're over 40, I would highly recommend taking a reduced form of coenzyme Q10 called ubiquinol, because it's far more effectively absorbed by your body.

    foodconsumer.org

  • Another important but often overlooked antioxidant is coenzyme Q-10 -- but more specifically the reduced version, called ubiquinol.

    Dr. Joseph Mercola: If You Want to Age Gracefully, Don't Eat This

  • Unfortunately, after age 25, your natural levels of this critical compound begin to decline, which is why I personally take ubiquinol every day.

    Dr. Joseph Mercola: If You Want to Age Gracefully, Don't Eat This

  • Photos of the mice, featured in the spring 2007 issue of Life Extension magazine, showed decrepit features such as spinal humps, dull fur, and ulcers on the untreated mice, while those fed ubiquinol remained “attractive.”

    The Truth About Beauty

  • You can now buy the active form of this nutrient as "ubiquinol."

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