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Ubiquinol Ubiquinol is a coenzyme, commonly referred to as CoQ-10. This enzyme is naturally found in the body from birth to death. Sources of Ubiquinol included: meats, fish, shrimp and other marine animals. However, the amounts absorbed from these natural sources is quite small, so Ubiquinol can also be taken in a tablet or capsule.
Drink down some sunshine! Getting out into the sun is the best way to help your body produce vitamin D-3, a naturally occurring fat-soluble vitamin made by your skin. As we all know, sometimes soaking up some rays even for fifteen to twenty minutes a day can be almost impossible. So, another way to consume
Resveratrol Polyphenols are compounds derived from plants,which usually produce fruits such as grapes, berries, and peanuts. These are all great sources of Polyphenols, one in particular that has come to the forefront is, Resveratrol. Resveratrol can be found in all three of the above listed foods. Resveratrol supplements are commonly produced from a native Chinese
April 24, 2015
Lycopene Lycopene is a great natural preventative for so many conditions and diseases. An extremely potent antioxidant found not only in tomatoes, but in papaya, watermelon and pink grapefruit as well. Lycopene is what gives these specific fruits their red coloring. As an antioxidant, Lycopene can neutralize dangerous cancer causing free radicals in the body.