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CoQ10 and Statins

Up to 50 million people in the US are now taking Statin drugs to aid managing their Cholesterol levels.

Certain medications may interfere with the body’s production of CoQ 10 , or partially block its function. The best evidence regards cholesterol-lowering drugs in the statin family, such as lovastatin (Mevacor), simvastatin (Zocor), and pravastatin (Pravachol) and others. These medications impair CoQ 10 synthesis as an inevitable side effect of their mechanism of action.

Use of Statins can reduce the levels of COQ10 in your system, which is why many cardiologist recommend Coq10 Supplements. Statins have proven benefits and are effective but like all drugs have side effects. Taking CoQ10 supplements can correct the deficiency caused by statins, without changing the medication’s positive effects on cholesterol levels.

The Aurora CoQ10 is a powerful 300 mg per dose system, each bottle contains 32 doses or a total of 9600 mg per bottle! The result is one of the strongest, yet least expensive per dose product on the market. Aurora’s new Liposomal CoQ10 delivers up to 90% of its potency to the bloodstream, making it at least 9 times stronger than pill form!

If your taking a statin, do some research and check out our new COQ10 300 mg Liposomal.

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