Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)

Protect Your Heart

Protective Steps for Your Heart

Eat a balanced diet low in cholesterol, sodium, saturated fats, and trans fats and rich in whole grains, vegetables, and healthy fats.

This is the first step in managing your weight, keeping your blood pressure down, controlling your blood sugar levels, and lowering your cholesterol.

Although cholesterol intake from the diet does count, most of the cholesterol in your blood is actually produced by your own liver when you are stressed, so managing your stress levels is very important. Furthermore, regular exercise is extremely beneficial for heart health.

The next step is smart supplementation with AIM CellSparc 360, a combination of plant-derived coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), fish oil, and tocotrienols (vitamin E) for proven cardiovascular support. Their synergistic action results in the ultimate heart health supplement to ensure adequate energy production at the cellular level.

To produce its cellular energy source, adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the body must have coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which is found in cell membranes and in the mitochondria—energy factories of the cells. However, our bodies produce less CoQ10 as we age, so supplementation is crucial.

Therefore, CellSparc 360 helps to support and maintain cardiovascular health by providing CoQ10.

According to an article in the American Journal of Cardiology, coenzyme Q10 is “an essential cofactor for mitochondrial energy production.” To spark your cells, increase your energy levels, and maintain overall health, supplement with CoQ10. Small amounts of CoQ10 are found in some foods (e.g., spinach, broccoli, some vegetable oils, animal organs, and some types of fish), but it can be reduced or destroyed by cooking or refining.

The liver can manufacture CoQ10 but is unable to produce enough if the body is deficient in any essential enzymes or cofactors— such as vitamins B3, B5, B6, B12, C, or folate. Furthermore, stress and pollution deplete CoQ10 from our tissues, and aging makes CoQ10 production even more difficult.

Key Benefits and Features:

  • Supports cardiovascular health
  • Helps maintain healthy triglyceride and cholesterol levels
  • Increases energy production at the cellular level
  • Helps maintain gum health
  • Quick absorption into the bloodstream
  • Provides a potent antioxidant
  • Contains 60 mg of plant-derived coenzyme Q10, 100 mg of Palm oil providing 30 mg of tocotrienol/ tocopherol complex, and 238.8 mg of fish oil per capsule
  • No artificial flavors or fillers
  • No harsh solvents used in coenzyme Q10 extraction process
  • More than 15 years of safe and beneficial use by AIM Members
  • 30 softgel capsules
  •   GLUTEN – FREE CERTIFIED                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Reference:  AIM CellSparc 360® Data Sheet
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Vitamin B2 Riboflavin

Mushrooms are high in Vitamin B

Mushrooms are high in Vitamin B

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) is part of the B Vitamin group.

Good source of Riboflavin Vitamin B2
Mushrooms are a good source of Riboflavin Vitamin B2
The name “riboflavin” comes from “ribose” (the sugar whose reduced form, ribitol, forms part of its structure) and “flavin”, from Latin flavus, “yellow”.

It is best known visually because it imparts color to vitamin supplements and the yellow color to the urine of persons taking it.

It helps to turn fats, sugars and proteins into energy. Very important for our bodies! It is needed to repair and maintain healthy skin. It is important for healthy nails, skin and eyes. It also helps to regulate the body’s acidity.

Click this link to watch my free webinar on pH: Alkalinity & Acidity in the Human Body http://www.instantpresenter.com/WebConference/RecordingDefault.aspx?c_psrid=EA50DE868049

Tops foods containing Vitamin B2: mushrooms, watercress, cabbage, asparagus, broccoli, pumpkin, bean sprouts, mackerel, milk, bamboo shoots, tomatoes, and wheat germ. Vitamin B2 works best with other B Vitamins & Selenium. It is best supplied as part of the B complex and taken with food.

Deficiency symptoms :

Ariboflavinosis or riboflavinosis is a very painful ,red tongue with sore throat, swollen, chapped and severely cracked lips, and inflammation of the corners of the mouth.
There can be oily scaly skin rashes on genital area and other soft folds of skin.
The eyes can become itchy, watery, bloodshot and sensitive to light.
Due to interference with iron absorption, riboflavin deficiency could cause anemia.
Deficiency of riboflavin during pregnancy can result in birth defects including congenital heart defects and limb deformities. Riboflavin deficiency has been implicated in cancer.
Daily Requirement: RDA 1.6 mg (May vary depending on body weight)

100% of 6 B Vitamins PLUS 6 KEY electrolytes in 2 servings!

100% of 6 B Vitamins PLUS 6 KEY electrolytes in 2 servings!

Toxic Levels: Not a concern. It is water soluble, any excess will be excreted and you may have bright yellow urine.

Adversaries are antibiotics, tea, coffee, birth control pills, alkaline agents, sulfur dioxide (a preservative) overcooking & processed foods.

Supplement with AIM Peak Endurance…Contains six of the B vitamins important to metabolism – B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and B12 Contains all six major electrolytes (sodium, potassium, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, and chloride) in proper balance

View data sheet https://www.theaimcompanies.com/datasheets/2/72E.pdf

AND/OR BarleyLife Xtra…a whole food with 2% of your Daily Value in just 1 teaspoon. Find it at www.myaimstore.com/aimforbalance

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