This may come as a shock to you, but if you’re drinking Red Rush (or RediBeets) for its ability to stimulate the production of nitric oxide, you may be able to use CoQ10 found in AIM’s CellSparc 360 to further enhance the health benefits of dietary nitrate because CoQ10 increases endothelial function. Your body makes nitric oxide in the veins, (endothelium) and strengthening that part of your body might allow you to produce more NO during exercise or after drinking beet juice. People over forty make less nitric oxide due, in part, to failing endothelial health caused by stress, the aging process, high fructose corn syrup and several other factors.
However, there is more good news about CoQ10’s role in fostering cardiovascular health. A new study published in the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal found a link between CoQ10 and the prevention of heart disease in those who were born at low birth weights. In the study, they compared rats born at low birth rates with rats born at normal weights. The aortic cells of low-birth-weight rats aged faster, but when the rats were given a CoQ10 supplement, it prevented accelerated aging and damage to the aorta.
Although the study hasn’t been tested on humans and the applications aren’t fully understood, the study may be a good indicator at how important CoQ10 is in our daily lives.
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