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Parkinson’s patients, as studies have shown, have trouble producing energy in the mitochondria which are the
cell’s power producers. They convert energy into a form that can be used by the cell. This trouble is due to a
defect involving the production of energy in the mitochondria. When experts discovered this, they turned to Co-
Enzyme Q10 which is a key nutrient for producing energy in the mitochondria. The body normally produces
sufficient amounts of CoQ10 until the age of 25 to 30 after which this production slowly decreases.
According to a 2002 study that examined 80 participants who were in early stages of Parkinson’s and had not
begun treatment, there was hope that CoQ10 could slow down the progression of the disease. Participants
randomly received a placebo or a daily dose of 300 mg, 600mg, or 1200 mg of CoQ10 for a total of 16 months.
Those taking 1200mg per day showed the least progression of the disease.
Of course medications have certain side effects as those do for Parkinson’s, but that is not the case with the all-
natural CoQ10. There were no negative side effects with long term use and it was even well tolerated by those
taking medications for this condition.
It is suggested that one can boost the effectiveness of CoQ10 by adding vitamin C, vitamin D3 and vitamin E.
Together they provide a synergistic weapon against the progression of Parkinson’s. There is one caveat; 60%
of the1200mg group received the best results in the study. My recommendation is you try this program for 90
days to test out the likelihood that this protocol may be beneficial for you.
I recommend a specific CoQ10. The antioxidant supplement I recommend has a remarkable combination of
organic flaxseed oil providing a rich source of Omega-3 essential fatty acids, wild-crafted blue green algae,
mechanically extracted carotenoids from red beta algae, fennel, rosemary, cinnamon, and ginger.
If you want more information about this special CoQ10 click here contact me and I’ll tell you where to buy the
best quality of these products. Or go to the Free Assessment tab on this web site.