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Benefits of CoQ10 and why you should consider it

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a nutrient or coenzyme found in the cells of the body. It plays the vital role of supporting cellular, assisting organs to perform at their best and help to protect cells and blood lipid from oxidation.

There are two forms of CoQ10:

1. Ubiquinone - the inactive form
2. Ubiquinol - the active form

Ubiquinol is the major form of CoQ10 that naturally occurs in the body - more than 95% of the total CoQ10 in plasma in a young, healthy body is in the Ubiquinol form.

Studies have shown that stabilised active Ubiquinol may be helpful in balancing oxidative stress, helping to protect against free radical damage and helping to maintain healthy LDL cholestrol levels.

CoQ10 and aging

The concentration of CoQ10 in the body may decrease year by year, indicating that it has a close relationship with aging.

CoQ10 also starts to decline rapidly when you are over 40 years old, poor diet, exposure to free radical and certain medication like cholesterol-lowering medication.

But studies also show that at around 30 years old, coq10 levels in the body may begin to decrease.

This is expected due to current lifestyle and not enough good nutrient from diet.

 

Older individuals may have decreased CoQ10 levels, as well as impaired ability to efficiently convert Ubiquinone to Ubiquinol due to:

  • increased metabolic demand
  • oxidative stress
  • insufficient CoQ10 intake
  • gene mutation
  • statin (cholesterol lowering drug) intake

Ubiquinol is a powerful antioxidant, which occurs naturally in the body, as well as some foods.

Ubiquinone must be converted to ubiquinol before the body can utilise it.

So are you getting enough?

The standard recommended dosage to help build your body's Ubiquinol levels is 100 - 300mg a day.

In order to achieve just a 100mg dose, one would need to eat:

  • 3.4 KG OF RED MEAT
  • 5.7KG OF CHICKEN
  • 1.6KG OF PEANUTS
  • 50 CUPS OF SPINACH
  • 120 CANS OF SARDINES

Ubiquinol or Ubiquinone?

Ubiquinol = "ready-to-use" CoQ10

  • Ubiquinol is the active antioxidant form that is responsible for the benefits associated with CoQ10
  • Ubiquinol has superior bioavailability to ordinary Ubiquinone
  • Ubiquinol is 3-8 TIMES MORE ABSORBABLE than Ubiquinone

Obviously if you want to get CoQ10 supplement, you must get CoQ10 in Ubiquinol form.

Email us at iemcjbm@gmail.com or whatsapp 0187886817 to get your supply of CoQ10 Ubiquinol.

One Important Test for Your Heart Health

Your physician has you come into his office and run on a treadmill while you're hooked up to an EKG. For the next 8 to 12 minutes, he'll evaluate your heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure as the intensity of the workout increases. When the stress test is over, he'll tell you whether you have coronary artery disease. 

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Anti-Chlamydia Activity by EDTA Chelation

We now know that CP (Chlamydophila pneumoniae) can persist intracellularly in a cryptic and arrested state, that cannot be cultured, is immunologically muted, and becomes resistant to antibiotics.

By 2011, there was 1635 published research on CP as a mechanism of heart disease. Since nothing much can be done to treat CP that lodged inside the wall of the blood vessel the interest and new ideas to treat is not developed. However, chelation therapy has the understood mechanism to bind metal ion.

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Doctors should not Ignore Proven Alternative to Coronary Artery disease.

ECP therapy, A unique opportunity to save countless lives and billions of dollars is being overlooked by the medical community. This technique increases blood flow to the heart, strengthens the circulation, and offers a proven way to treat heart disease in lieu of stents or bypass surgery.

What is this technique?  It is called ECP (External Counter Pulsation) FDA approved since 1987 for :

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Blood Pressure Raised Even with Mild Stress

It’s been clear for some time that psychological stress is linked to high blood pressure, or hypertension. Stress-hypertension link have been conducted in laboratories, using staged activities such as public speaking and mental arithmetic to “stress out” participants.

Now, in a “real-world” setting, a research team in Italy has confirmed that mild stress can increase blood pressure and impair the cardiovascular system’s ability to regulate itself.

These changes might contribute, in susceptible individuals, to the link between psychological stress and increased cardiovascular risk of hypertension.

It has been shown that people with heart disease can lower their risk of subsequent cardiac events by over 70% if they learn how to manage stress.

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TACT Study by NIH on EDTA Chelation Therapy

EDTA Chelation Therapy Proves Highly Significant Benefits Up to 50% prevention of recurrent heart attacks and 43 percent reduction in death rate from all causes.

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At the American Heart Association meeting in Los Angeles on November 4, 2012, Dr. Gervasio Lamas, principal investigator, presented results of the NIH-sponsored Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy (TACT). This randomized, placebo-controlled study of 1,708 patients showed  that intravenous disodium EDTA chelation therapy decreased subsequent cardiac events with statistical significance, when compared to a control group of similar patients who received placebo.

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Catecholamines

Noradrenaline and adrenaline are catecholamines that play major roles in regulation of the ‘inner world’ of the body by the brain. Noradrenaline (synonymous with norepinephrine), the main neurotransmitter of the sympathetic nervous system, is responsible for tonic and reflexive changes in cardiovascular tone. Adrenaline is a key determinant of responses to metabolic or global challenges to homeostasis, such as glucoprivation(increases expression of neuropeptide Y mRNA in hindbrain neurons that innervate the hypothalamus) and of manifestations of emotional distress. In contrast with the view that the sympathetic nervous and adrenomedullary hormonal systems function as a unit (the ‘sympathoadrenal system’) to maintain homeostasis in emergencies, across a variety of situations, adrenaline responses are more closely linked to responses of the hypothalamic?pituitary?adrenocortical system than of the sympathetic nervous system. The sympathetic noradrenergic system is active even when the individual is at rest and maintains tonic levels of cardiovascular performance. Adrenoceptors in the membranes of effector cells determine the physiological and metabolic effects of catecholamines.

Heart Attacks, A Test Collapses

MRFIT Trial: Does high cholesterol cause heart disease?

Here’s another trial for thought:
They come up with great names for research trials. MRFIT actually means Multiple Risk Factor Intervention Trial. Done in the early 1970’s to prove that the risk factors associated with heart disease were cigarette smoking, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.

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Cholesterol is NOT the Cause for Heart Disease

We had seen more people who had so called heart attack (myocardial infarction) with normal cholesterol than with high cholesterol. Many of them had regular blood test and was told that their blood parameters essentially normal, including cholesterol however end-up with heart attack not long after.

Adopted here is the summary of the issue by Majid Ali. MD. Our approach following his “aa oxidoptahy” hypothesis yield good result more often than not consistent with his study that is about 90% at all time.

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Check Your C-Reactive Protein

CRP is an inflammatory marker produce by the liver. It is more predictable than any other parameters for all chronic and degenerative disease process especially blood vessel disease with manifestation of coronary heart disease, diabetic foot gangrene and stroke. Inflammation is the core or triggering process to free radicals. There are many factors accelerate inflammation and many of the factors are over-lapping with factors that accelerate free radicals. They are the core process for aging related disorders such as coronary heart disease, stroke, cancer, osteoarthritis, macular degeneration, polyneuropathy, skin wrinkle, etc.

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