Kaneka Ubiquinol is derived from the world’s most recognized and researched CoQ10 ingredient for 30 years. Kaneka Ubiquinol is a remarkably different product made by one of the most trusted companies in the nutritional ingredient industry.
Kaneka Ubiquinol is one of the strongest lipid-soluble antioxidant available. Kaneka Ubiquinol provides defense against oxidative damage to the body’s cells, including lipids, proteins and DNA. It also plays an essential role in cellular ATP (energy) production.
Compare to Kaneka Q10
As the reduced and more absorbable form of Coenzyme Q10, Kaneka Ubiquinol has even more of the same powerful benefits associated with Kaneka Q10 that have been well established over the past three decades.
The Kaneka Difference
In 2007, the Kaneka Corporation launched its next generation Coenzyme Q10 product, Kaneka Ubiquinol. Due to Kaneka’s dedication to producing the highest quality nutritional ingredients possible, the company spent more than a decade researching and testing this groundbreaking nutritional ingredient prior to launching it. This ongoing commitment to quality, safety and reliability is evident in each of Kaneka’s distinctive products.
- Kaneka Ubiquinol is the world’s first and only ubiquinol available as a nutritional ingredient.
- Kaneka Ubiquinol is derived from Kaneka Q10, the only all natural yeast-fermented and bio-identical CoQ10 available today.
- Kaneka Ubiquinol is more absorbable than conventional CoQ10, which means that optimal levels of CoQ10 can be restored quickly and efficiently, especially in those who are over 40 or are affected by certain age-related conditions.
- Kaneka Ubiquinol has been tested for more than a decade by scientists and researchers.
Benefits to Consumers
Due to its established role in the body’s energy production process, ubiquinol should increase energy, stamina and general wellness in most people, especially in those who cannot efficiently convert CoQ10 into Ubiquinol. It is believed that those who are 40 and older or are affected by age-related health conditions may benefit from this pre-converted form of CoQ10 more than those who are younger.
Additionally, because ubiquinol levels have been shown to be reduced in older individuals and those with cardiovascular, neurological and liver-related conditions, clinical research is currently being conducted in a number of these areas to establish whether supplementing with ubiquinol is of benefit.
Kaneka Ubiquinol has only been commercially available since 2006. The extent to which the nutrient may benefit certain conditions is only beginning to be established by scientists and researchers; however, early results from a number of studies and trials are very promising for this newly available nutritional ingredient.