This unique nutrient also called ubiquinone works to produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in the body, which is the primary source of energy at the cellular level. Each softgel delivers 100mg of CoQ10.
Q: Is CoQ10 (Coenzyme Q10) water or fat soluble?
A: CoQ10 is fat soluble. It may be helpful to take it with vitamin E or another fat/oil for better absorption.
Q: How are Q-Gel and CoQ10 different?
A: Q-Gel is different from other forms of CoQ10 because it is hydrosoluable, meaning it is dissolved/absorbed in water. Studies show that Q-Gel is 3 times more bioavailable than regular CoQ10 supplements.
Q: Is the Swanson CoQ10 natural or synthetic?
A: All of Swanson’s CoQ10 supplements are natural and produced through a fermentation process.
Q: What colors are the softgels?
A: The color can vary from yellow to red, depending on the opaquing agent used.
Q: What is used in this product as a stabiliser or preservative?
A: The CoQ10 is a softgel, which is completely sealed to protect the contents from oxidation. No preservative is added.
Q: What are the milligrams or percentages of each of the fillers in this product?
A: The excipients are listed in order of predominance and they may vary from one batch to another. There are no milligrams listed for each excipient.
Q: Is Ubidecarenone different from Ubiquinone (CoQ10)?
A: No, the names are synonymous.