Coenzyme Q10 is one of the most important coenzymes in the body. It exists in all kinds of animals, plants, and microorganisms, especially in the internal organs of animals, stems and leaves of plants, and yeast. It is a key component of mitochondria within cells, which provide energy to cells. Coenzyme Q10 mainly comes from fish, meat, nuts, and animal hearts.
Why is Coenzyme Q10 so important?
The role of coenzyme Q10: participate in the process of mitochondrial synthesis of ATP, and assist cells to produce energy.
Secondly, coenzyme Q10 also has the function of hydrogen transfer and is a natural antioxidant in nature. Coenzyme Q10 is very sensitive to light, but it is relatively stable under high temperatures, acidity, humidity, and other conditions. Since coenzyme Q10 is fat-soluble, it is easily dissolved in olive oil, vitamin E, triglycerides, and other substances.