At Hadley Wood Healthcare we are keen on spreading the word… Our colleagues in America have just published a great resource describing the difference between regular CoQ10 and its biologically active form known as ubiquinol.
Here is a taster, you can read the rest at Intergrative Interventions web site;
Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, is a fat-soluble, essential quinine molecule found throughout the body. In fact, CoQ10 is so prevalent that it was given the name ubiquinone, from the word “ubiquitous”—found everywhere. Coenzyme Q10 is a natural nutrient that’s found in the mitochondria, the energy-producing organelles present in every cell of the body. Called a “coenzyme” because of its unique ability to participate in chemical reactions yet remain unchanged, CoQ10 assists in two vital cellular activities: adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production and free radical scavenging. To carry out these activities, mitochondrial CoQ10 continuously cycles from ubiquinone, its ATP production state, to ubiquinol, its reduced and active state.
If, after reading this, you are interested in taking ubiquinol, click here to learn more about ActiveLife Q10.