Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like compound found in all of your body's cells. You can get it from foods like broccoli, cabbage, ocean fish, meats, and nuts, but mostly your body makes it internally.
But like a lot of other nutrients, the body slows down in making CoQ10 around age forty.
Furthermore, some medications deplete CoQ10 in the body include statin drugs (used to lo... ››› more
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