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More energy, more vitality
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Many of us have experienced the typical phenomenon of fatigue that arrives with the advent of spring: one is tired, less effective, listless and more susceptible to infection. What few people realise, though, is that this tiredness in not just due to the passage from winter to spring, but rather the lack of an essential vital substance - Ubiquinol.


What does this vitamin-like substance really do? The energy that our bodies need is produced by the action of cells in the transformation of foodstuffs. Ubiquinol plays a vital role in this process. It is present in every human cell and is responsible for producing more than 95% of bodily energy. It thus ensures a healthy, active and effective organism. Ubiquinol is the active form of Coenzyme Q10, already well-known to the public. Contrary to this substance, Ubiquinol does not need to be transformed within the body and is therefore immediately available to the body's organs. Ubiquinol also acts as a powerful anti-oxidant which helps to slow down the ageing of cells. Normally, our bodies produce Ubiquinol naturally and absorb small quantities with the food we eat. Natural production diminishes with age, starting around the age of 40, but this reduction can be accelerated by factors such as stress, illness and unhealthy lifestyles. This can result in deficiencies. The body ages more quickly, the immune system is weakened, and energy and stamina are reduced.


Fortunately this can be prevented using food supplements based on natural Ubiquinol obtained by fermentation of yeast. Such deficiencies can be rapidly compensated by daily intake. The beneficial effects of Ubiquinol, which has no known side effects, have been demonstrated in numerous studies.


For whom are these food supplements useful? In general, there is benefit to be had in taking Ubiquinol by all people over the age of 40 who wish to improve their immune defences, protect their cells and generally wish to see themselves being more energetic. These are important factors for all those whose activities subject them to expend particular effort.  This also includes sportsmen and women and those who suffer from chronic illnesses. Numerous studies show the positive effects in the treatment in cases of heart failure - the additional energy provided through Ubiquinol enables the heart's muscles to maintain a continuous pumping activity. As for sportsmen and women, this vital substance gives them the ability to enhance their performance, increase their stamina and protect their muscular tissue in a totally natural manner.

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