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Product Review: CoQ10 and Ubiquinol Supplements Review

Initial Posting: 3/7/15
CoQ10 and Ubiquinol Supplements Reviewed by Choose the Best CoQ10 or Ubiquinol Supplement -- and Save Money!

Products Vary in Quality, Absorption, and Cost

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Alphabetical list of CoQ10 and ubiquinol supplements in report
Berkley & Jensen [BJ's] CoQ10 Metagenics CoQ10 ST-200 Qunol Ultra CoQ10
Biosolv Quinogel Natrol CoQ-10 Rexall® Co Q-10
Carlson CoQ10 Natural Factors Coenzyme Q10 Rite Aid Coenzyme Q-10
Country Life CoQ10 Nature Made CoQ10 Simply Right (Sam's Club) Co Q-10
CVS Pharmacy CoQ10 Nature's Bounty Extra Strength Co Q-10 Solaray Ubiquinol CoQ10
Doctor's Best High Absorption CoQ10 Nature's Sunshine CoQ10 Solgar Ubiquinol
Dr. Mercola Ubiquinol Nature's Way CoQ10 Source Naturals Ubiquinol CoQH
Dr. Sears Private Label Ultra Accel NOW CoQ10 Spring Valley (WalMart) Q Sorb
Dr. Sinatra Omega Q Plus Nutrifii Biopro-Q Swanson CoQ10
Enzymatic Therapy Smart Q10 Nutrifii Omega-Q Trader Joe's Co Enzyme Q 10
Finest Nutrition (Walgreens) Co Q-10 Nutrilite coenzyme Q10 complex TwinLab Twinsorb CoQ10
Garden of Life RAW CoQ10 Nutrition Now Coenzyme Q10 USANA CoQuinone
GNC CoQ-10 Pure Encapsulations CoQ10 Vitacost CoQ10
Healthy Origins Ubiquinol Puritan's Pride Q-Sorb CoQ10 Vitamin Shoppe CoQ-10
Jarrow Formulas Ubiquinol QH-Absorb QGel Mega 100 Coenzyme Q10 Vitamin Shoppe Ubiquinol CoQ10
Kirkland Signature CoQ10 (Costco) Qunol Liquid CoQ10 Vitamin World Q Sorb
Life Extension Super Ubiquinol Qunol Mega CoQ10 Whole Foods CoQ10
Liquid Health Hydrosoluble CoQ10    
Make sure the CoQ10 or ubiquinol supplement you take passed our test and is right for you!
Isn't your health worth it?
CoQ10 and its activated form, ubiquinol, are among the most popular supplements in the U.S. They may be useful useful in treating congestive heart failure and preliminary evidence suggests other uses including improving "vitality," reversing side-effects of "statin" drugs, and preventing migraine headaches.
But choosing the best CoQ10 or ubiquinol product can be difficult. Among the 50 products tested in this Review alone, the suggested daily serving size ranged from 30 mg to 1,000 mg; the cost to obtain 100 mg of CoQ10 ranged from 8 cents to over 3 dollars; and many of the CoQ10 and ubiquinol products reviewed included "solubility enhancers" which may significantly increase absorption. 
Most shocking was our discovery that two CoQ10 products contained less CoQ10 than listed. One had only 61% of the amount claimed.
You must join to get the full test results for CoQ10 and ubiquinol supplements along with recommendations and quality ratings. You will get results for 24 CoQ10 and ubiquinol supplements selected by and for 26 others that passed our voluntary certification testing.  

In this comprehensive review, you'll discover:
    • Which CoQ10 and ubiquinol supplements failed testing and which passed
    • The best CoQ10 and ubiquinol supplements at lowest cost
    • Which supplements contain solubility enhancers which may increase their absorption and bioavailability
    • CoQ10 and ubiquinol dosages for treating specific conditions
    • How to take CoQ10 and ubiquinol to reduce side-effects and enhance absorption
    • CoQ10 side-effects, drug interactions, and cautions  

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What is the difference between CoQ10 and ubiquinol? Get the answer >>

Are supplements which claim increased absorption or improved bioavailability telling the truth? Is it worth paying more for these? Are there concerns? Get the answer >>

When taking a statin drug like Lipitor or Crestor, are there supplements I should avoid, or be taking? Get the answer >>

Your CoQ10 review says that water-soluble formulas do not have to be taken with fats or oils. That appeals to me because it is more convenient not to have to take it with food. Yet I've found that the directions for all of the reviewed water-soluble brands say to take with a meal/food. Please advise. Get the answer >>

I take insulin (Humalog) for diabetes. Are there supplements which could affect my blood sugar levels, and how much insulin I need to take? Get the answer >>

Do any supplements really help with brain function, like memory and cognition? Get the answer >>

Which supplements have been shown to be helpful for autism? Get the answer >>

I take warfarin (Coumadin), an anticoagulant drug. Are there supplements I should avoid, or be taking, due to this drug? Get the answer >>

How do I choose the best CoQ10 supplement? Get the answer >>

What is PQQ? Does it help with aging and memory? Is it similar to CoQ10? Get the answer >>

Do I need to divide my daily 300 mg dose of CoQ10 into smaller doses, or can I take it all at once? Get the answer >>

Do any supplements help with migraines? Get the answer >>

I have low blood pressure. Are there any supplements I should avoid? Get the answer >>

Is there a lab test that can measure CoQ10 in the blood? Can it help to determine the dosage I should take for a certain condition, like heart failure? Get the answer >>

Does taking natural versus synthetic CoQ10 make a difference? How do you know which product is natural or synthetic? Get the answer >>

Could my CoQ10 supplement be causing my insomnia? Get the answer >>

Could my CoQ10 supplement be making me nauseous? Get the answer >>

Is it worth paying more for "pharmaceutical grade" CoQ10? What about "natural" or "live source" CoQ10? Get the answer >>

Is MitoQ a better form of CoQ10? Get the answer >>

I take ubiquinol to replenish CoQ10 depleted by my statin. I also take curcumin (from turmeric). Since they both manage free radicals, do I need to take the curcumin? Get the answer >>

Do any supplements help with gum disease or periodontitis? Get the answer >>

Do any supplements help for tinnitus? Is it true that some supplements can cause tinnitus? Get the answer >>

Is it safe to take CoQ10 while taking blood thinners like warfarin or Plavix (clopidogrel)? Get the answer >>

Which supplements can help to lower blood pressure? Get the answer >>

I take a supplement containing a "proprietary formula" which lists many ingredients. Can ConsumerLab test the contents so I'll know the amounts of each ingredient? Get the answer >>

Are CoQ10 and ubiquinol safe to take for a long period of time? Should I give it a rest period? Get the answer >>

Are there negative interactions between the following supplements I take twice each day, as well as 60 mg of beta-sitosterol with dinner: Vitamin C (500 mg), CoQ10 (100 mg), grape seed extract (100 mg), fish oil (500 mg), vitamin D3/calcium/magnesium/zinc (200 IU/333 mg/113 mg/5mg)? Get the answer >>

What is "nano" CoQ10? Is it better than other CoQ10 formulations? Get the answer >>

Which supplements can help lower or control my blood sugar? Get the answer >>

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