Coenzyme Q10, a natural anti-aging agent

Raise your hand if you like getting older.

Raise your hand if you would like a natural remedy.

Well, those who raised their hands might find what I am about to tell very interesting. I’m Mrs. Adorable and today I’m talking about a natural remedy against aging and more: COENZIME Q10.

It is sad to grow old but beautiful to mature

Brigitte Bardot

How right is Brigitte? It is not possible to stop the effects that time has on our bodies, but we can slow it down and live as well as we can. In recent years, supplementation has become part of our diet to compensate for bad eating habits, but mainly because active ingredients are scarce in modern foods.

Coenzyme Q10 has many properties to fight aging and improve well-being.

What is coenzyme Q10?

Coenzyme Q10 is a molecule found particularly in the heart, liver, kidneys, and pancreas but widespread throughout the body. Similar to a vitamin, it has a strong antioxidant action and helps supply cells with energy. Unfortunately, there is a but, as we age, our bodies tend to produce less and less of it, which is why proper nutrition and supplementation are essential.

What is coenzyme Q10 used for?

Thanks to its antioxidant properties, Coenzyme Q10 helps protect the skin from aging caused by free radicals and exposure to sunlight, going on to prevent and reduce wrinkles and signs of aging. Coenzyme Q10 also plays an important role in the production of energy within cells, which is why it is proposed to increase resistance to physical exertion and to strengthen the immune system.

How much coenzyme Q10 to take per day?

The amount to be taken depends on several factors, generally for adults the recommended dose is 30 to 200 mg per day. Although there are several foods in nature that contain good amounts of it the safest and most controlled source is undoubtedly supplementation. If you want to know which foods contain the most, don’t miss the next article.

Happy integration and wellbeing from your Mrs. Adorable.

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