Coenzyme: 30mg per softgel
Conjugated Linoleum Acid (CLA): 500mg per softgel
Ingredients: Coenzyme Q10, Conjugated Linoleic Acid(CLA)
Directions: Adults, take one (1) to three (3) softgels daily, preferably with food.
Ask doctor for specific recommendations, if needed.
Self-emulsifying drug delivery systems (SEDDS) are a modern technology specifically applied to overcome insoluble compounds worldwide over the last ten years. Hysen utilizes this technology to completely dissolve the nearly insoluble coenzyme Q10 in water, making the coenzyme become a half translucent nano-level micro-emulsion. In doing so, coenzyme Q10 molecules can easily pass through cell membranes, enter the target and take effect, whereas ordinarily solid coenzyme Q10 as suspended solids are unable to attain this type of effect.
Unbalanced nutrition, inability to provide sufficient coenzyme Q10 through eating and drinking.
Irregularities in the physiological mechanisms that synthesize coenzyme Q10 within the body, inability to synthesize sufficient levels coenzyme Q10.
Poor physical health, leading to more rapid consumption of coenzyme Q10 than ordinary and higher requirements.
Although coenzyme Q10 exists in natural substances (such as internal organs of animals, sardines, peanuts, sesame seeds, and ordinary types of meat), for middle aged and elderly people, solely intaking natural foods to supplement coenzyme Q10 cannot satisfy the body’s needs for coenzyme Q10.
Coenzyme Q10 exists in all types of animals and plants in nature and can be obtained through food, such as: meat/animal organs/sardines/egg yolks/nuts/sesame/cauliflower/broccoli, etc., however, only 2-5mg can be absorbed through eating and drinking alone. Based on the calculation of 30mg utilized during human activity on a daily basis, one would need to eat a significant amount of beef, sardines, and cauliflower to be able to satisfy the body’s daily needs.