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Yadtech / UBIQ Reduced form of CoQ10

Reduced form of CoQ10


UBIQ is ubiquinol, the reduced form of CoQ10. CoQ10 is a vitamin-like substance that serves as an energy source. CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant that is produced naturally by the body but is also available as a nutritional supplement. It is present in the membrane of almost every cell in the body and required for mitochondrial ATP synthesis, which is responsible for creating cellular energy. Tissue levels of COQ10 decline gradually with age. There are two forms of CoQ10, ubiquinone and ubiquinol. CoQ10 starts off as ubiquinone and then is converted within the cell to the more powerful ubiquinol. To see what the science says about ubiquinol, consult the chart below.


Demonstrated Action
Ubiquinol Improve both egg and sperm health, while playing a key role in protecting DNA at the cellular level.

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Recommended Dose: 2 softgels per day

Before taking UBIQ or any other supplement, make sure you consult with your physician. Your doctor can provide you with guidance and advice on taking this or any other supplement based upon your medical history and current prescription medication intake. This supplement is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases, illnesses or ailments.

Product may not be right for everyone. Be sure to read the label and follow directions for use.

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If you are trying to increase fertility to get pregnant fast, here are some things you can do:

Get a Physical Exam – The first step to getting pregnant quickly is to get a physical checkup by your healthcare physician or your OB/GYN. A medical professional will likely perform a pelvic exam and several tests to make sure you are physically able and healthy enough to conceive. Many medical professionals refer to this process as a “preconception exam”. You may need to break some bad habits, such as quitting smoking or eliminating junk food. Ensuring that you are getting crucial vitamins and nutrients will also help improve your overall health.

Track Your Ovulation Cycle – Once you speak with your physician or OB/GYN, the next step is to figure out your ovulation cycle. For women with a 28-day cycle, ovulation typically occurs approximately two weeks after your period begins, and approximately two weeks before the next period, but there are many variations on that theme. If you track your basal body temperature as well, you can be more certain as to when ovulation occurs. You can easily track your personal menstrual cycles on a calendar or using an app. In fact, there are many apps that help women track their cycles to determine the best time to conceive.

Use Nutritional Supplements – Once you know that you are healthy enough to conceive, make sure you fill any nutritional gaps with supplements . Supplements for women are packed with key nutrients that the body needs to maintain a healthy reproductive system, such as Zinc, Folic Acid, Vitamin C.

Plan Intercourse at the Right Time – Finally, now that you have your health, your cycle, and your vitamins in order, it’s time for the fun part: It might seem obvious but timing of intercourse can be crucial. Having intercourse at the optimal time can significantly increase your chances of becoming pregnant. The last two days before ovulation is generally the most effective time to have intercourse. This is why it is so important to know when you normally ovulate. Although planning might take some of the fun out of intercourse, it will also help you get pregnant fast.

  • Ubiquinol: 50mg (Kaneka QH Ubiquinol® – Forme réduite du COQ 10)