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Setu's
10 on ten CoQ10
41.67
per day
Non Vegetarian
60 Softgels
41.67
per day
Non Vegetarian
60 Softgels

10 on ten CoQ10

Sparks energy and vitality; Protects heart
  • Gmofree
  • ClinicallyProven
  • NaturalRemedies
  • NonVeg
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Description

There’s a reason (many, actually) that CoQ10 is called “the miracle nutrient.” While found in small amounts in food, you’re better off taking a daily dose of our 10 on Ten CoQ10 supplement that contains naturally fermented Coenzyme Q10 in a highly bioavailable and potent form. It invigorates you by fueling cellular growth and protecting against oxidation – particularly beneficial for the ever-active cells of the heart. Plus, it helps support healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels. It’s also great for your brain; supports muscles; is an antioxidant; boosts immunity and energy; and so much more. Quite the all-rounder, eh? Just like you.

Key Ingredients

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Dosage

Take one softgel per day with your best meal of the day, or as recommended by your doctor.

Storage

Keep bottle tightly closed and store in a cool, dry place (15-25°C) out of the reach of children.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is CoQ10 important?

CoQ10 is an essential co-enzyme or co-factor required for synthesis of Adenosine Tri Phosphate, the molecule that is the currency of biochemical energy. It is beneficial in naturally assisting a reduction in bad cholesterol levels thereby aiding in a healthy heart. Read more about Setu’s specially extracted CoQ10 here.

What is CoQ10 sourced from?

CoQ10 is made by natural, microbiological fermentation. The dietary and de-novo synthesis of CoQ10 are quite limited and decline following the end of teen years. CoQ10 can be found in plant foods such as parsley and peanuts, but is most concentrated in organ meats.

Are there any medical conditions or medication that should not be used in conjunction with this supplement?

CoQ10 is not demonstrated in published literature to be contraindicated for medical conditions. It is made within our body and found to be integral for cardiovascular health.

Should this be taken with food and/or water?

CoQ10 is best taken with meals.

Head over to the Setu Blog for more detailed answers.

Nutritional Facts

Ingredients Per Tablet
Energy 2.7kcal
Proteins 0g
Carbohydrates 0g
Sugar 0g
Fats 0.3g