Just because you’ve passed a certain number of milestones in your life does NOT mean you have to surrender to the effects of aging.  It’s never too late to start turning back the years, no matter what you may think when you look in the mirror or try to work and play like you did decades ago.

But unfortunately, it’s true. Once you hit your mid twenties, certain anti-aging compounds found naturally in your body begin to diminish. and by the time you reach your sixties and seventies, you’re running on fumes.

Coenzyme Q10 – a must-have supplement for the over 50 set.

Co Q10 is a substance that’s crucial for every organ, every tissue, and every cell in your body.  It’s an energy producer for your cells so you must have it to live. But with aging, it becomes increasingly difficult to produce CoQ10 naturally because of metabolism changes, environmental stress, poor diet, genetic changes, and the effects of illness.

Taking Co Q10 supplements can turn this around for you.  Not only do they give you energy you thought you’d never have again, they strengthen your cardiovascular system, help protect you from the effects of harmful free radicals and even work with other antioxidant nutrients to help you look and feel much younger.

Your immune and nervous system will get a boost, too.  It should come as no big surprise that in order to stay mentally alert and focused your brain needs uninterrupted energy.

Another benefit of taking Co Q10 is the powerful effect it has on failing eyesight. Co Q10 has been shown to prevent macular degeneration.

Taking statin drugs?  Co Q10 supplements are a far safer alternative.

According to a Columbia University study, just 30 days of statin therapy can decrease Co Q10 levels by 50%. Some doctors see the dangers of this and are concerned about the severity of CoQ10 deficiency in their patients.  Yet in the mainstream, most doctors have yet to recommend supplements to counteract the depletion.

However, alternative health specialists recommend ditching statins (after talking it over with your doctor first) and optimizing cholesterol levels with Co Q10 instead.  Especially if you’re over 50, have a history of diabetes, or are at risk for cardiac complications as you’re especially vulnerable to statin- reduced Co Q10 depletion.

Even more reasons to supplement with Co Q10.

In addition to aiding in heart attack prevention and recovery, cholesterol optimization, boosting the immune and nervous systems, and promoting visual health, Co Q10 helps with high blood pressure, gum disease, kidney failure, migraines, Parkinson’s disease and even weight loss.  It even reverses damage caused by some prescription drugs.

When you think about it, there’s really no good reason not to give Co Q10 a try.  You can find it at your local drug store or favorite supplement and vitamin chain.  If you’re still apprehensive, do your own research and discover what the experts have to say about this crucial supplement.  Chances are months from now you could feel, look, and act years younger than other people your age.

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