ubiquinol


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ubiquinol

 [u″bĭ-kwĭ-nol´]
the reduced form of ubiquinone.

u·bi·qui·nol (QH2, H2Q),

(ū'bi-kwī'nol, ū-bik'wi-nol),
The reduction product of a ubiquinone.
Synonym(s): ubihydroquinone

ubiquinol

/ubi·qui·nol/ (u″bĭ-kwĭ-nol´) the reduced form of ubiquinone.

u·bi·qui·nol

(QH2, H2Q) (yū'bi-kwi'nol)
The reduction product of a ubiquinone.

ubiquinol

the form of ubiquinone when reduced by two electrons.
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The new study suggests that ubiquinol (and, presumably, coenzyme Q10 as well) can improve symptoms in a subset of patients: those experiencing the difficult-to-treat "on-off" phenomenon.
Nordic CoQ10 Ubiquinol Sport offers 100 mg co-enzyme Q10 ubiquinol in extra virgin olive oil.
Ubiquinol counteracts fatigue, stress and the visible signs of ageing, helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases and supports the body's immune defences.
Simultaneous determination of ubiquinol and ubiquinone in skeletal muscle of pediatric patients.
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I've heard and seen several advertisements for ubiquinol, which is supposed to be superior to Coenzyme Q10.
com evaluated coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and ubiquinol products from various nutritional supplement manufacturers to determine whether they contained the amounts of the compounds as stated on their labels.
A trial published in Parkinsonism & Related Disorders evaluating the effects of a reduced form of CoQ10 known as ubiquinol in men and women with Parkinson's disease found improvement among a group of subjects experiencing "wearing off'--a return of symptoms that occurs when treating the disease with levodopa, which indicates the need for adjustment of dosage or change in medication.
Since 2006 the reduced form of CoQ10, ubiquinol, has been available.
Moreover, Kaneka will present new application forms for coenzyme Q10 and its active form Ubiquinol.
Kaneka reported in 2008 that Ubiquinol administration (100mg/day for 6 months) helped to improve the fatigue and the depression level in elderly people in the open label study conducted in collaboration with Tokyo Women's Medical University.
The major endogenous (within the body) antioxidants involved in neutralizing free radical damage, as well as in preserving apoptosis, are glutathione, ubiquinol, SOD and catalase.