Monday, 10 November 2008

CoQ10:The Energy Vitamin Pt 2

Cary G Dean.

By Michael Cutler, M.D.

A mountain of evidence proves CoQ10's safety and effectiveness.

When I first started researching the health-boosting powers of CoQ10, I was stunned by the impressive amount of documentation behind it.

For instance...

Over 30,000 Internet references demonstrate CoQ10's benefits for your heart, brain, blood pressure, immunity and energy.

More than 6,000 papers have been published on the benefits of CoQ10 by more than 1,500 physicians and scientists from more than 24 countries.

More than 1,000 studies on humans and animals prove CoQ10's safety, even in dosages as high as 1,200 mg per day—with no adverse side effects.

More than 100 clinical studies document CoQ10's powerful effectiveness.

Based on this massive amount of research, it's no wonder folks taking CoQ10 are experiencing...

Modern-day miracles!

All across the World, people are experiencing health miracles—safely and naturally—all with the help of Coenzyme Q10.

Take Richard M., a 65-year-old from Wisconsin.

When he had a stent put in his heart, his doctor predicted that Richard would be back for another stent in six months to a year.

That's the norm.

But Richard proved his doctor wrong!

Richard began taking CoQ10.

He noticed he had no more chest pains and had lots more energy.

And he hasn't had to have any more stents put in.

For Judith D., of Florida, taking CoQ10 brought her blessed relief from pain in her arms and legs.

As a bonus, she feels 20 years younger!

Margaret P., of Maryland has one word to describe it:


That's because it cleared up the fog in her brain and made her feel much better overall.

I have letter after letter from grateful people describing how CoQ10 has rejuvenated their weak hearts, lowered blood pressure, restored heartbeats to normal, boosted low energy, improved memory loss and ended poor sleep.

Most doctors have no clue about Coenzyme Q10.

But the world's elite doctors and scientists know the real story...

"Since CoQ10 is essential to the optimal function of all cell types, it's not surprising to find a seemingly number of disease states that respond favorably to it."

Peter Langsjoen, M.D.,

Coenzyme Q10 is, "the miracle heart medicine."

Dr. Ronald Katz and Dr. Robert Goldman,

Stopping the Clock

Adding CoQ10 to your daily nutritional regimen can, "increase energy production in your heart, help normalize blood pressure, increase energy and improve longevity."

Linus Pauling, physician,scientist and Nobel Prize winner

"Studies show that patients who were supposed to die 15 years ago are still alive today primarily because of taking Coenzyme Q10 daily."

William Lee Cowden, M.D.,

Taking any cholesterol-lowering drug?

Then read this.


If you're taking Lipitor®, Crestor®, Pravachol®, Mevacor® or any other statin drug.


Statin drugs cause CoQ10 deficiency—and may put your heart in even greater danger!

In 1993, British researchers found that the greater the dosage of a statin drug, the lower the CoQ10 level.

In 2002, the Journal of the American Medical Association reported that just 20 mgs of Simvastin® a day lowered CoQ10 levels by 22%!

Other research shows taking statin drugs can lower your CoQ10 level by as much as 40%!

And as you've read, without enough CoQ10 your heart will suffer, sputter and could even fail!

So why hasn't this warning made headline news?

The answer:


More than 39 million Americans take statin drugs and Lipitor® is the top selling pharmaceutical in the world, topping $12 billion in sales annually.

So you're certainly not going to hear about any statin drug warnings from the big drug makers.

"Statins have killed and injured more people than the government has acknowledged."

USA Today, 8/20/01

"Statin-induced depletion of CoQ10 must be considered in the... epidemic of heart failure."

Peter Langsjoen, M.D.

If you're taking any statin drug, you must also take 100 to 200 mg a day of CoQ10 to replenish your body's CoQ10 level and protect your heart.

About the Author:

Michael Cutler, M.D.

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