When Dr Echano said there is a yeast algae, naturally fermented CoQ10  with a phosphate delivery system in a league of its own

… he was referring to John O’Neills CoQ10.

Only Naturally Fermented ‘Unoxidised CoQ10’ retains the
‘universal life force’ of negative charged hydrogen electrons.

 

Good quality fermented (natural) CoQ10 powder along with careful laboratory handling should, in dry capsule form, deliver immediate results  (one minute) in short-term tested efficiency. It should also give ongoing subtle health improvements year after year.

There is only one real test that is foolproof in terms of body cell nutrient absorption and consequent physical improvements. This occurs when subjects are subjected to work-rate, heart-rate evaluations under physical load. With top quality CoQ10 most people will show increased efficiencies under workload once CoQ10 is administered. Others will generally respond within one week.

Over 200 different worldwide brands have been trialled over twenty five years, some tested 40 times to ascertain accuracy.

Approximately 30,000 aerobic human efficiency tests – to improve the absorption, delivery and efficiency of Coenzyme Q10 into the aerobic energy systems within human cells – show that  the system used for John O’Neill’s Advanced Q10 is far superior because the CoQ10 is absorbed within seconds into surrounding arteries and muscles.

It doesn’t keep circulating in the blood and into the kidneys – which would recognize the CoQ10 levels are far above normal and then automatically excrete the Co Q10 in the urine.

Facts that emerged during testing showed that soft gel, oil-based delivery CoQ10 formulations do exhibit increased blood plasma levels of CoQ10. However, it also showed high urine excretion rates of CoQ10!

The CoQ10 delivery system used for Advanced Q10 (phosphate-based) does not show high levels of CoQ10 excretion in urine even after massive doses are administered.

Soft gel, oil-based delivery of CoQ10 does not compare either short term or long term in terms of CoQ10 potentials when faced with the human physical testing evidence. Adding oil oxidises Q10 so it’s missing the massive molecular structure of active hydrogen that’s found in quality coenzme q10.

John O’Neill’s Advanced Q10 is made from the highest quality raw material using a 12 – stage fermentation process.

The raw material is derived from several different yeast cultures that are immersed in large saltwater vats that also contain special types of algae.

The fermentation process allows the power of the sun to increase negative hydrogen electrons within the enzyme structure of CoQ10 thus it retains the ‘LIFE FORCE’ of the negatively charged electrons which can be measured by electrical meters.

CoQ10 = the Spark Of Life !!!

Coenzyme Q10 is the spark plug that ignites the body’s engine
–  by jump starting energy production within all cells.

 

The body then uses that cellular energy to fuel vital biological processes. CoQ10 is present in every cell of your body and it is essential for sustaining a wide range of healthy biological functions.

One of Coenzyme Q10’s pivotal roles in the body is energy metabolism.  The major part of cellular ATP (energy) production happens within the inner membrane of the mitochondria, the powerhouse of the cell.  CoQ10 is a critical component of the electron transfer chain in mitochondrial respiration.

 Due to the vital role it plays in the production of cellular energy, small changes in CoQ10 levels within the mitochondria have been shown to have significant effects on the rate of cellular respiration.

Thus, a lack of CoQ10 may lead to declining energy levels and decreased stamina.

Your level of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) peaks around the age of 20 years and then declines quite rapidly.

The decrease of COQ10 in the heart is particularly significant …

with a 70 year old person having more than 50% less CoQ10  in the heart muscle than a 20 year old.

Because the brain and heart are among the most active tissues in the body, CoQ10 deficiency affects them the most and can lead to serious problems with those organs.

Although our bodies can produce CoQ10, we don’t always make enough.

A number of things can cause CoQ10 deficiency—poor diet, a genetic or acquired defect, or increased tissue needs, for example. Heart and vascular diseases, including high cholesterol and elevated blood pressure, require increased tissue levels of CoQ10. People engaging in vigorous exercise may also be deficient in CoQ10 and should benefit from supplementation.

The minimum daily dietary supplementation recommended is 30 milligrams
… but many say it should be a least 150 mgs.

There is no known toxicity from good quality CoQ10 …
even up to a dose of 10 grams a day.

If you can afford more  …   you should take more.

“But Let The Buyer Beware!”

your Coenzyme Q10 could be a synthetic product !!!

… chemically extracted from tobacco leaves or spun together in a laboratory with vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

These processes are much cheaper and you do not obtain the same results as Quality Unoxidised Naturally Fermented CoQ10 as it’s missing the ‘LIFE FORCE’ of the negatively charged electrons.

So if you’re still deciding where to buy CoEnzyme Q10 just remember …

Labels or milligram numbers do not relate to Coenzyme Q10 quality.
It’s more beneficial and economical to have 10 milligrams of quality naturally fermented
unoxidised CoQ10 powder than 100 milligrams, or more, of low life force CoQ10 powder.

It is most important when buying CoQ10 that the quality of the CoQ10 is up to standard in terms of electrical potential. CoQ10 with no electrical potential equates to the buyer wasting their money entirely.

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“This is why I only use the best quality naturally fermented Q10 in a magnesium base and I never allow the Q10 to lose its electrical charge through contact with water, humidity, neon lights and oil/gel prior to ingestion.” John O’Neill

 

Warning , Coenzyme Q10 may react with WARFARIN.
If on medication always seek professional advice.

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