CoQ10 plays an important role in the electron transport chain also known as (ETC). Discovered by Prof. Fredrick L. crane et al at the University of Wisconsin, Madison enzyme institute in 1957, finding out that its primary function is to generate energy in the cells in our body. CoQ10 is found in the highest concentration in the inner membrane of the mitochondria which is responsible for generating 95 percent of the human’s body energy.
CoQ10 is a Fat-soluble vitamin like substance which occurs primarily in the mitochondria of practically every cell in the body. Being found in many foods it is in high concentration in organ meats, which when consumed makes it easier to receive C0Q10. Scientifically proven CoQ10 supplementation can also counter angina, heart attacks, and hypertension. C0Q10 is becoming popular each and every day. CoQ10 has also been found to help men & women as an anti-aging topical supplement.