There is a beneficial nutrient often overlooked by conventional physicians, yet it could relieve the suffering of millions! One of the key aliments that can be vastly helped by this nutrient is cardiac heart failure or congestive heart failure. This condition causes blood to collect in the heart chambers, due to the heart’s declining ability to circulate the blood properly around the body. Fluid then also builds up as the kidneys fail to excrete the necessary fluids. This excess fluid shows up in a person’s legs, ankles, feet, arms, lungs, and other organs. This special nutrient helps to strengthen the heart muscles so that the heart can beat more efficiently and stronger. It does this by strengthening on a cellular level--the mitochandria of each cell is the part that is responsible for changing nutrients into energy, and this nutrient empowers the cell’s mitochandria resulting in stronger muscular energy.
There have been studies done in our USA, and also in Japan and Italy that hail this nutrient as extremely effective in the treatment of congestive heart failure. It is also well known to be effective in treating many other heart aliments such as angina, arrhythmia, high blood pressure, hyperthyroid heart failure, mitral valve prolapse and valve replacement. Surgeons are also realizing this nutrient aids in the healing of patients who have had heart transplants, or coronary artery by-pass surgeries.
In a Belgian research this nutrient was discovered to also help revive patients suffering with extreme fatigue illnesses, such as chronic fatigue syndrome. In fact extreme fatigue and muscle weakness could be an indication that you are lacking sufficient amount of this substance. So what is this all important nutrient?--- it’s CoQ10.
So exactly what is CoQ10? It is an enzyme found naturally in the body. It’s full name is coenzyme quinone. In its natural state (not simulated) it is also referred to ubiquinone. CoQ10 is found in cells throughout the body, and has its highest levels within the organs having the greatest energy required--ie: heart muscle, liver, and immune system cells.
Deficiencies of this all-important nutrient could be a result of age. In fact, studies have shown that many elderly have 50% decline in CoQ10. Other factors that result in deficiencies are infections, diseases or any other immune suppression, genetic defects, increased demands on stressed cells, or from taking STATIN drugs! Really? I have to wonder why so many people with heart ailments are immediately put on these drugs. They are known to be harmful, and are a lot more expensive than CoQ10. Doctors who support nutritional approaches, do recommend a preventive dose of CoQ10 to be 30mg. daily. Of course, more would be safely given to a patient with known heart problems. So, are you willing to take preventative measures (30mg of CoQ10), or are you a risk taker even though the ’stakes’ are debilitating or often deadly.
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