How Ubiquinol CoQ10 Improves a Congestive Heart. What Dose to Take.


  1. Was diagnosed with CHF 3 years ago, have been trying everything I can find.
    My EF was 25 3 years ago and today is 25. I have been taking 600 mg of
    Ubiquinol for over 2 years now and it has done nothing and I might add it
    is quite expensive. Haven’t been taking CoQ10, I’ve been buying the good
    stuff, Ubiquinol. The speaker mentions a few tests where it has shown to
    help CHF patients, unfortunately for everyone study that shows it works
    there are at least 2 studies that show it is worthless, I noticed those
    weren’t mentioned. This certainly wasn’t unbiased reporting it was a
    commercial. Very easy to go on the Internet and see all the trials that
    show this substance is useless but as someone with lots to lose I keep
    taking it although after 2 years it does appear to be snake oil to me.

    1. I take ubiquinol as a part of an overall health and prevention strategy
      with exercise and diet. I would also look into supplments like B12, D, K2
      and B vitamins especially B1

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    3. +Steven Miller Hi Steven, I might add that most clinical trials on human
      subjects have been done with supplementation of medical-grade ubiquinone
      products. The study referenced with the CHF statistics is called Q-Symbio
      (google the study for more info) and was done using ubiquinone. If you do
      some research online, you will find that the body cycles between ubiquinone
      or ubiquinol continuously – therefore you might as well cut your costs and
      buy ubiquinone. Ubiquinol is rather unstable to the point that when exposed
      to oxygen it immediately converts to ubiquinone in your intestines. The
      only difference between ubiquinone and ubiquinol is whether it acts as an
      antioxidant and donates an electron or whether it receives an electron as
      an essential part in the energy production process.
      Research also shows that when taking more than 100mg of a high quality
      CoQ10 in one setting, you are not really increasing the absorption, rather
      you should take 100mg a couple of times a day to increase the absorption
      levels. Maybe you need to switch to a different product?

    4. +moofyku Thank you so much for sharing this information. I’m sure that many
      people are not aware of the difference between ubiquinone and ubiquinol and
      how the body cycles between the two different forms. I googled “ubiquinone
      ubiquinol” to learn more and I came across a web-site called q10facts, ever
      heard of it? In case you haven’t, here’s a link. Cheers.

  2. Good video, I use coq10 daily, Thank you

  3. Glad you won against them..

  4. It is the same for ouabain. It could save so many heart patients!

  5. FYI ubiquinol has very few studies out, and in me it consistently caused
    fatigue. ubiquinone, the older form of CoQ10, is pretty absorbable these
    days, especially if you buy the Q-Gel formula from Tishcon corporation.
    Ubiquinone is always more preferable because the biggest studied were done
    on THAT, not ubiquinol. For example, the massive Q-SYMBIO study was done on

    So, if you want to be sure… take ubiquinone. If you want to be very sure,
    stick to USP-certified ubiquinone from CostCo and Nature Made brands.


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