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      Is it worth the extra money for the ubiquinol? It cost about 4x more

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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      i think it is because it is far more absorbable from what i understand. so in order to get as much coq10 from normal you would still have to take as much as you would with less ubiq. i could be wrong though but i use the ubiq version myself
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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      Guns you are right but the question is how much CoQ10 = how many MG of ubiquinol. I take 200 mg of CoQ10 and call it a day.

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      Is ubiquinol biologically superior?
      It is claimed that ubiquinol is the “biologically active” form of CoQ10 and thus superior. However, both ubiquinol and CoQ10 have distinct physiological functions and are both important biologically. Notably, CoQ10 is produced in the body and can then be easily converted to ubiquinol if required. And supplementation with CoQ10 will significantly raise ubiquinol levels (15).

      Summary: There is no evidence to suggest ubiquinol is biologically superior.
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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      I am pretty sure you are right. Still undecided which one to get. CoQ10 is about 4x or 5x cheaper.

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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      I use the ubiquinol as well. It's a lot more expensive, but from what I understand much better absorption. Although, I am curious how much CoQ10 = how much ubiquinol.
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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      Quote Originally Posted by dirtwarrior View Post
      I am pretty sure you are right. Still undecided which one to get. CoQ10 is about 4x or 5x cheaper.
      I get the Qunol at sams. Ya, its expensive. Maybe it would be cheaper to just triple the dose of the regular Co Q 10.
      They do the same thing with Turmeric. You can buy the more absorbable turmeric for about 10X as much $ as regular turmeric.

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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      Well I found this.

      1. Is ubiquinol more effective?
      Currently there are about 11 human clinical studies of ubiquinol (1-11) while there are hundreds of clinical studies of CoQ10 (12). This is important because it is CoQ10, not ubiquinol, which has a wealth of evidence supporting its efficacy and safety for a wide range of uses.

      The only clinical study directly comparing CoQ10 to ubiquinol for a health issue (dry mouth) found no difference in terms of clinical effectiveness at an equivalent 100 mg dose of each (1). And a study of ubiqinol in fibromyalgia found benefit on fatigue, but not pain symptoms (13). In contrast, CoQ10 has been shown to result in clinical improvements in both pain and fatigue (14).

      It is also claimed that ubiquinol is more effective thus you need to take less. However, clinical studies tend to use doses ranging from 100 mg to 450 mg of ubiquinol daily, which is no less than those typically used for CoQ10.

      Summary: There is currently no evidence to suggest low-dose or an equivalent-dose of ubiquinol is clinically more effective than CoQ10.

      2. Is ubiquinol biologically superior?
      It is claimed that ubiquinol is the “biologically active” form of CoQ10 and thus superior. However, both ubiquinol and CoQ10 have distinct physiological functions and are both important biologically. Notably, CoQ10 is produced in the body and can then be easily converted to ubiquinol if required. And supplementation with CoQ10 will significantly raise ubiquinol levels (15).

      Summary: There is no evidence to suggest ubiquinol is biologically superior.

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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      Quote Originally Posted by jipped genes View Post
      Well I found this.

      1. Is ubiquinol more effective?
      Currently there are about 11 human clinical studies of ubiquinol (1-11) while there are hundreds of clinical studies of CoQ10 (12). This is important because it is CoQ10, not ubiquinol, which has a wealth of evidence supporting its efficacy and safety for a wide range of uses.

      The only clinical study directly comparing CoQ10 to ubiquinol for a health issue (dry mouth) found no difference in terms of clinical effectiveness at an equivalent 100 mg dose of each (1). And a study of ubiqinol in fibromyalgia found benefit on fatigue, but not pain symptoms (13). In contrast, CoQ10 has been shown to result in clinical improvements in both pain and fatigue (14).

      It is also claimed that ubiquinol is more effective thus you need to take less. However, clinical studies tend to use doses ranging from 100 mg to 450 mg of ubiquinol daily, which is no less than those typically used for CoQ10.

      Summary: There is currently no evidence to suggest low-dose or an equivalent-dose of ubiquinol is clinically more effective than CoQ10.

      2. Is ubiquinol biologically superior?
      It is claimed that ubiquinol is the “biologically active” form of CoQ10 and thus superior. However, both ubiquinol and CoQ10 have distinct physiological functions and are both important biologically. Notably, CoQ10 is produced in the body and can then be easily converted to ubiquinol if required. And supplementation with CoQ10 will significantly raise ubiquinol levels (15).

      Summary: There is no evidence to suggest ubiquinol is biologically superior.

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      Cool beans man thanks Im going to start saving some money now by buying regualr coq10. Screw that ubiquinol crap.

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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      Quote Originally Posted by jipped genes View Post
      Well I found this.

      1. Is ubiquinol more effective?
      Currently there are about 11 human clinical studies of ubiquinol (1-11) while there are hundreds of clinical studies of CoQ10 (12). This is important because it is CoQ10, not ubiquinol, which has a wealth of evidence supporting its efficacy and safety for a wide range of uses.

      The only clinical study directly comparing CoQ10 to ubiquinol for a health issue (dry mouth) found no difference in terms of clinical effectiveness at an equivalent 100 mg dose of each (1). And a study of ubiqinol in fibromyalgia found benefit on fatigue, but not pain symptoms (13). In contrast, CoQ10 has been shown to result in clinical improvements in both pain and fatigue (14).

      It is also claimed that ubiquinol is more effective thus you need to take less. However, clinical studies tend to use doses ranging from 100 mg to 450 mg of ubiquinol daily, which is no less than those typically used for CoQ10.

      Summary: There is currently no evidence to suggest low-dose or an equivalent-dose of ubiquinol is clinically more effective than CoQ10.

      2. Is ubiquinol biologically superior?
      It is claimed that ubiquinol is the “biologically active” form of CoQ10 and thus superior. However, both ubiquinol and CoQ10 have distinct physiological functions and are both important biologically. Notably, CoQ10 is produced in the body and can then be easily converted to ubiquinol if required. And supplementation with CoQ10 will significantly raise ubiquinol levels (15).

      Summary: There is no evidence to suggest ubiquinol is biologically superior.

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      jump on dante trudel's insta page jipped and read the studies he has put up on ubiquinol. just like anything else you can find studies that support and studies that disprove haha. he is pretty on point with keeping people healthy through supplementation though
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      Default Re: CoQ10 vs ubiquinol

      Guns the ubiquinol may still be better but not worth the $$$ for me. I think if it is better then I can just take a larger dose of CoQ10 and still save $$$.

      hell most people do not take either. So good for us older guys.
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      You guys do some damn good research. Mucho gracias

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      Quote Originally Posted by Dzone View Post
      You guys do some damn good research. Mucho gracias
      Brother, I am cheap #1 and do not want to spend my $$$ of something that is not worth it. 2. I want to perform and be as healthy as I possibly can.

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      Quote Originally Posted by jipped genes View Post
      Brother, I am cheap #1 and do not want to spend my $$$ of something that is not worth it. 2. I want to perform and be as healthy as I possibly can.

      So, research. Also i find it interesting.
      just like you man and i want to continue to bodybuild as long and as healthy as possible
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      Quote Originally Posted by jipped genes View Post
      Guns the ubiquinol may still be better but not worth the $$$ for me. I think if it is better then I can just take a larger dose of CoQ10 and still save $$$.

      hell most people do not take either. So good for us older guys.
      it's already in the support supplement i take man and if i take it solo i do the same as you and take more haha. i am a cheap bastard
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