Andrew Lessman's CoQ10 product was recently listed as "approved" for quality on the independent website Consumer's Lab. I love this product...there are several posts on the other shopping site about CoQ10.
Apparently ubiguinol is a chemical derivative of CoQ10 in some other brands. I think I'd rather take the natural form which Andrew Lessman product has with no additives.
HITE PLAINS, NEW YORK — JANUARY 13, 2009 — A report by ConsumerLab.com on supplements containing the anti-oxidant CoQ10 shows the difficulty for consumers in determining an appropriate dosage. CoQ10 is among the most popular and fastest growing supplements in the US with $413 million sold in 2007, up over 8% from the prior year, according to figures from Nutrition Business Journal. An “activated” chemical form of CoQ10 known as “ubiquinol” is also now widely sold.
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