- In case of high cholesterol and blood pressure – the effects of omega-3 and Q10 dietary supplements based on fish oil led to a significant reduction in blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels (a study conducted on 97 patients over 50 years of age, for 12 weeks, showed a decrease in LDL-C from 3.7 ± 0.8 to 3.3 ± 0.6 mmol / L, p <0.05, to a decrease in systolic blood pressure by 1.6 ± 7.3 mmHg and diastolic pressure by 2.3 ± 5.9 mmHg, p <0.05 and Omega3+Q10 capsules led to reduction of headaches, heart palpitations and chest pain in the examined patients)1.
- In proteinuria – the action of omega-3 fatty acids has a significant effect on reducing the risk of proteinuria2.
- In cardiovascular diseases – higher levels of coenzyme Q10 reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease3.
- The action of omega-3 fatty acids has a very beneficial effect on the immune system4.
- In asthma – the action of omega-3 fatty acids has a beneficial effect on reducing the consequences caused by asthma4.
1Shen T., Xing G., Zhu J., Zhang S., Cai Y., Li D., Xu G., Xing E., Rao J., Shi R. (2017) Effects of 12-week supplementation of marine Omega-3 PUFA-based formulation Omega3Q10 in older adults with prehypertension and/or elevated blood cholesterol, Lipids in Health and Diseases 16:253
2 Hu J., Liu Z., Zhang H., Omega-3 fatty acid supplementation as an adjunctive therapy in the treatment of chronic kidney disease: a meta-analysis (2017) Clinics 72(1): 58-64
3 Zozina V. I., Covantev S., Goroshko O. A., Krasnykh L., Kukes V. G., Coenzyme Q10 in Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases: Current State of the Problem (2018) Current Cardiology Reviews, 14, 164-174
4 Radzikowska U., Rinaldi A. O., Süzener Z. C., Karaguzel D., Wojcik M., Cypryk K., Akdis M., Akdis C. A., Sokolowska M., The Influence of Dietary Fatty Acids on Immune Responses (2019) Nutrients (11) 2990
Fish oil (omega-3 fatty acids, EPA 330 mg, DHA 220 mg) 850 mg+ Q10 coenzyme 50 mg/30 softgel capsules
1 capsule daily with 2 dcl of liquid during breakfast
DO YOU KNOW?
Omega-3 fatty acids belong to a group of essential fatty acids that the body can not synthesize by itself, but must be taken into the body through food. EPA and DHA are the best known omega-3 fatty acids. EPA was the first miracle omega-3, reducing cardiovascular disease risk, identified in the late 1970s. Dr. Jorn Dyerberg was studying the Eskimos, who ate a high fat diet, and had very low rates of heart disease, and discovered the protective effects of omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) in marine sources.
Coenzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like substance found in all parts of the body. Four years after its discovery, Peter Mitchell figured out how coenzyme Q10 produces energy at the cellular level and won the Nobel Prize for chemistry for this discovery in 1978