Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10

The tiny coenzyme with a big effect. In the 1950s, Professor Green from Wisconsin succeeded in isolating ubiquinone. Ubiquinone is another name for coenzyme Q10. Coenzymes are part of the metabolic system and are needed by every cell for the provision of energy. Coenzymes occur primarily in meat, fish, nuts and vegetables, particularly broccoli.


Coenzyme Q10 is a coenzyme found in the body that has an important role to play in the formation of the energy carrier ATP amongst other things. Q10 is the most important coenzyme for functions of the lipid membrane of mitochondria (power plants of cells). It has a controlling role and influences cell activity throughout the body when supply is inadequate.

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