Science also refers to the vitamin-like coenzyme Q10 as ubiquinone. This means that it occurs in plants, animals and humans. In the human body it is used in practically all body cells. Q10 plays a decisive role in the conversion of food into energy. More precisely, it contributes to the conversion of fats and carbohydrates into cellular energy. Last but not least, coenzyme Q10 is considered an important antioxidant, protecting body cells from oxidative stress. During physical or mental stress, the need for Q10 can be increased, alcohol consumption or higher age also have a negative effect on the Q10 level. Q10 can be produced synthetically - or, as in our case - naturally by the fermentation of yeast. This makes Q10 particularly similar to the body's own Q10.
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