COENZYME Q10 / CELLSPARQ Q
The Spark that Ignites the Creation of Energy
at the Cellular Level
AIM Coenzyme Q10 contains a substance found in all the cells of
living organisms. This substance is CoQ10, and it is the spark that
ignites the creation of energy at the cellular level.
Coenzyme Q10 contains 60 mg. of pure CoQ10 with cellulose.
Other less expensive, brands of CoQ10 contain only small amounts of
actual CoQ10 and may include anumber of unwanted fillers such as
yeast, egg or milk derivatives, artificial flavors, and coloring
agents. AIM Coenzyme Q10 contains NO artifical preservatives, colors, or
For this reason it dissolves rapidly for optimum results. Other
CoQ10 products are often in tablet form. The binders needed to make
these tablets can inhibit the assimilation of the CoQ10, or even
totally block its absorption, allowing it to pass whole through the
digestive system. Being a fine powder in easy-to-digest capsules,
AIM Coenzyme Q10 can be quickly absorbed and utilized by the body.
Coenzyme Q10 is found in every cell in the human body and is key to
the process that produces 95% of the energy consumed at the cellular
It participates in this important role by acting as part of another
class of substances, known as enzymes. These important compounds are
proteins found in plants, animals, humans - ALL living things. Their
role is to facilitate, to act as a catalysts, in countless chemical
reactions that take place in the human body. In essence, they make
reactions happen without themselves being consumed in the reaction.
When calcium is turned into bone, and enzyme makes the reaction
possible, but the enzyme itself does not end up becoming part of the
bone. When we digest our food, when we flex a muscle, when our heart
beats, in some way an enzyme is playing a key role.
Enzymes consist of two parts, a protein portion made up of one of a
variety of amino acids, and a cofactor portion that is either a
mineral (like calcium, magnesium, or zinc) or a vitamin, the vitamin
is called a coenzyme.
Coenzyme Q10 is a naturally occurring molecule that has a structure
similar to vitamin K.
As part of an enzyme, it acts as a catalyst in the vital biochemical
pathway that leads to cellular energy production.
Specifically, every cell must have a special substance known as ATP
(adenosine triphosphate), which provides all the cell's energy. The
energy obtained from the food we eat is used to make this fuel for
the cells, and when a cell needs energy, it breaks the bonds that
hold the ATP molecule together. When this chemical bond is broken,
it releases energy equivalent to approx. 7,000 calories, more than
twice the energy a person consumes in an entire day. However, the
body, at any given time, only stores enough ATP to sustain vigorous
activity for 5 - 8 minutes. Thus, ATP must be produced constantly,
and for this ATP to be produced, there must be a ready supply of
This explains why, in particular, COQ10 is found in high
concentrations in muscle cells and especially in the muscles that
form the heart - because the heart is constantly in motion, it
creates a great demand for energy, and at the same time, a need for
the CoQ10 to create it.
1 - 2 capsules per day is recommended. For best absorption and
assimilation it should be taken with meals. Results will vary with
each individual. some notice benefits immediately. Others may see
results after 6 - 8 weeks. It is NOT recommended during pregnancy or
laction without consulting a physician.
Why Should I Take AIM Coenzyme Q10?
Various studies have found that as we age our body's supply of CoQ10
slowly diminishes. Clearly, it is beneficial to provide the body
with an adequate supply of this important nutrient. However, finding
healthy food sources of CoQ10 can be difficult. Typically, it is
found in the greatest concentration in animal muscle tissue, such as
beef, pork, or lamb. In fact, beef heart and liver are two of the
highest food sources. For those concerned about fat content and
other negatives associated with meats, these foods do NOT offer an
acceptable source of CoQ10. AIM's Coenzme Q10 provides a way of
maintaining your body's levels of this important nutrient without
compromising other nutrition considerations.
Where Does AIM Coenzyme Q10 Come From?
Plant sources do provide some CoQ10, although in relatively small
amounts. The CoQ10 in AIM Coenzyme Q10 comes entirely from a plant
source. the coenzymes is extracted and collected, providing a means
of getting high quality CoQ10 from a NON-animal source.
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This bulletin is for information only. It has not been evaluated by the Food
and Drug Administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat,
cure, or prevent any disease.
If you are interested in purchasing this product as well as many of
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Deficiency. It's a genetic disorder in the urea cycle. Altho' I'm a
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enzymes that the urea cycle uses and my son is missing one of them.
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