CoQ Enzyme Infusion

CoQ Enzyme Infusion

Coenzyme Q10is produced by the body itself. Just like other cofactors that are necessary for enzymes to function, a deficiency in coenzyme Q10 will put your body at risk of several diseases. CoQ10 is an important cofactor that is directly linked to cell functionalities, protection, and health. It functions as an antioxidant that is stored in cell organelles called mitochondria.

CoQ10 has numerous benefits. They are
  • This chemical compound is a constant supplier of energy that the cells need to function properly.
  • It is an arch-nemesis of free radicals, the accumulation of which triggers several diseases by damaging cells and accelerating aging (due to decreased collagen levels)
  • It increases the rate of healing of wounds.
  • It counters the oxidative stress from these free radicals, which causes inflammation and tissue damage. The cellular components are sacrificed leaving the body at a high risk of contracting many deadly and chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s disease and several types of cancers.
Sources and research

Lack of CoQ10 in your body can aggravate cancer and cardiovascular diseases, increasing the risk of heart attacks. CoQ10 is produced naturally by your body but as you age, the levels of the compound decrease too. Clinical research has confirmed that CoQ10 can treat heart diseases and headaches. Even though some results are debatable, many medical practitioners believe that CoQ10 can cure several other diseases likeLou Gehrig’s disease, Huntington’s disease, etc.

Coenzyme Q10 is produced in the body naturally. If the levels of CoQ10 decrease significantly, one can consume foods that contain this compound. Let us look at the foods that contain this cofactor.

  • Red meat like beef, pork, etc.
  • Chicken
  • Organ meats like liver, kidney, etc.
  • It increases the rate of healing of wounds.
  • Fatty fish like salmon, sardine, etc.
  • Green vegetables like broccoli, spinach, etc.
  • Whole grains and Soybeans

Need for Infusion

However, the amount of CoQ10 in these food items is not enough to raise the levels in your body. People who are deficient in CoQ10 must have a dosage of around 200mg per day. This is where the intravenous therapy of CoQ10 enzyme comes into play.

Coenzyme infusion is clinically proven to fight free radicals, rejuvenate your skin health, improve cardiovascular activities, and protect from several maladies. When CoQ10 is intravenously administered, it enters the bloodstream directly and has a 100% absorption rate compared to the 15% absorption rate when the compound is taken orally or surgically. This infusion treatment involves a series of injections and the patient needs to visit the doctor at regular intervals to check if any further injections are required or not. This IV therapy also entails low toxicity levels. Thus this treatment won’t have any drastic side effects.

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