Daily Archives: 10/27/2014


Healthier heart patients and lower hospital costs

The use of coenzyme Q10 and certain other micronutrients prior to and after cardiac surgery seems to be feasible. Not only does it improve measurable cardiac endpoints, it also helps to reduce healthcare costs.   Australian cardiologists at Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, headed by Professor Franklin R. Rosenfeldt, have demonstrated […]


Q-symbio: Sensational treatment of heart disease with ubiquinone 2

Journal of the American College of Cardiology has recently released an article on the so-called Q-symbio study providing strong evidence that a daily supplement of coenzyme Q10 can almost halve the risk of major cardiac events (MACE). These results were obtained using the well documented Myoqinon Q10 (Bio-Quinone GOLD) which […]


How coenzyme Q10 may reduce inflammation 5

  It is well established that coronary artery disease (CAD) is associated with inflammatory processes and coenzyme Q10 may hold a promising role in reducing this inflammation by way of different mechanisms. A group of Taiwanese researchers from Chung Shan Medical University and the Intensive Care Unit of Taichung Veterans […]


“Recharging” an energy-starved heart

Coenzyme Q10 can restore quality of life in patients with chronic heart failure.   Several published studies show that patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) benefit from taking supplements of the vitamin-like compound coenzyme Q10. The treatment enables their heart muscle to contract with greater force, their exercise tolerance increases, […]


New treatment helps heart patients survive

People with chronic heart failure have 43 % lower risk of dying if they take supplements of a natural compound called coenzyme Q10, according to a large international heart study that was published recently.   Improved survival, reduced need for heart transplants and hospitalization, and potential savings on healthcare expenditure […]