Unived’s CurQ10 harnesses 306mg of CoQ10 – a natural, trans-isomeric CoQ10 which is bio-identical to the CoQ10 found in the body. CurQ10 also contains 10mg of Piperine to optimize the bio-availability and bio-absorption of CoQ10. The dosage of CoQ10 in CurQ10 has been optimized to deliver its powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, heart protection, anti-ageing, and anti-cancer applications.
CurQ10 also contains 100mg of standardized phytochemical extracts of Curcumin. Curcumin, the active ingredient in Curcuma longa, has been extensively documented for its analgesic effect against inflammation arising from a wide range of conditions. It is also reported to possess chemo-protective, cardiac-protective, and anti-ageing uses.
For the first time in India, Unived’s CurQ10 brings together these potent natural healing agents in one synergistic formulation to offer a wide-spectrum of therapeutic advantages.
CurQ10 purity factor
CurQ10 is a 100% natural and vegan. It is also devoid of any wheat gluten, soy protein, milk/dairy, corn, starch, sodium, artificial coloring, preservatives or flavorings.
Each serving contains 306mg of trans-isomer and bio-identical CoQ10, 10mg of Piperine (Black pepper)to increase the bio-availability of CoQ10, and 100mg of standardized phytochemical extracts of Curcumin.
- GMO-free and allergen-free
- Packed in HPMC plant based vegetarian capsules
- Sealed off with child proof caps
Therapeutic dosage & suggested use
CurQ10 offers 306mg of Coenzyme Q10 – with 98.2% minimum bio-avalability – ensuring the daily requirement of CoQ10, along with 100mg of standardized natural extract – Curcumin. For increased bio-efficacy 10mg of Piperine have been added in each serving.
For optimal results, adults should consume one capsule a day with meals, or as directed by their physician.
What is CurQ10
“Imagine if the key to disease prevention was as close as your kitchen shelf…” – John. C. Martin, LE Magazine, September 2001
Curcuma longa, a widely used spice and coloring agent in South Asia has been hailed for its multifaceted healing properties. Amongst the volatile oils of Curcuma longa, curcumin is the most effective and comprehensively researched for its superior anti-inflammatory mechanism which has been proven to be more efficacious and safer than traditionally used NSAIDs. Curcumin has also shown tremendous potential in aiding digestion, immune function, and combating oxidative damage to cells.
CoQ10 or Ubiquinone is one of the most widely found molecules in our body, and is an essential component of most cells because of its role in energy generation. CoQ10 is also attributed with significant heart-protective and antioxidant uses. Despite its wide availability in the body, Coenzyme Q10 levels deplete with age. The levels of CoQ10 are also depleted in immune-compromised patients like those suffering from cancer, cholesterol lowering drug users, and smokers. Dietary sources of CoQ10 are limited and must be consumed in unsustainable quantities, thus making supplementation essential for maintaining healthy levels of CoQ10 in the body for normal heart function and energy-dependent processes.
Unived’s CurQ10 brings together curcumin and CoQ10 in a breakthrough formulation that has been carefully optimized to deliver the anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-ageing, heart protection, and anti-cancer attributes of these versatile healing molecules in each capsule.
Curcumin – a safer and superior alternative to NSAIDs
- Studies have demonstrated that curcumin switches off inflammation at a molecular level by acting on molecules like prostaglandins that trigger an inflammatory response.
- Curcumin achieves this by blocking cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2), an enzyme that is crucial for the synthesis of prostaglandins.
- This biochemical intervention also suppresses other molecules which mediate inflammation in the body like cytokines, interleukin-6, and histamine.
- Curcumin also promotes the synthesis of Cortisol, a hormone that naturally reduces inflammation, and flushes out inflammation-causing toxins out of joints.
- The use of curcumin has been demonstrated to be particularly effective against inflammation arising from osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, tendinitis, ulcerative colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome.
CoQ10 reduces cardiac-related inflammation
- CoQ10 has shown promising results in reducing inflammation, especially in patients recovering from heart treatments.
- Post supplementation with CoQ10, patients showed lowered levels of interleukin-6 and C-reactive protein, which are markers for cardiac-related inflammation.
- Studies also indicate that CoQ10 supplementation can significantly reduce inflammation in individuals suffering from coronary artery disease.
The antioxidant potential of curcumin
- Research indicates that curcumin combats free-radical damage of cells associated with conditions like cancer, atherosclerosis, and neurodegenerative disorders.
- Curcumin’s role as antioxidant goes hand-in-hand with its anti-inflammatory action. As an antioxidant, curcumin aids in the prevention of tissue damage, and boosts immune function.
CoQ10 combats oxidative-damage to cells
- CoQ10 can easily donate electrons to other cells in the body and neutralize free radicals, thus protecting cellular components like lipids, DNA and protein against free-radical damage.
- Further, CoQ10 can mobilize vitamin E – another antioxidant – that prevents cell death, maintains youthfulness of skin, and cuts down the risk of conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.
- The antioxidant mechanism of CoQ10 has also been demonstrated to be highly effective against heart disease, immune disorders, and periodontal disease.
Curcumin’s role in cholesterol management
- The oxidation of cholesterol increases the risk of heart diseases by damaging blood vessels in the heart and causing plaque formation.
- Studies have indicated that curcumin can prevent the accumulation of oxidized cholesterol in the body, thereby lowering the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
- Curcumin’s cardiac protection also extends to heart disease associated with atherosclerosis and diabetes.
- Studies have demonstrated the cholesterol-lowering function of curcumin. High LDL levels cause deposition and blockage in the walls of arteries. Curcumin signals proteins in the liver to actively flush out LDL out of the body- thus, lowering harmful LDL levels in the body.
- In fact, CurQ10’s heart protection is not just recommended for heart patients and cholesterol drug lowering users, but for individuals from all walks of life to maintain heart health, manage cholesterol levels, and add years to their heart
CoQ10 – a natural sentinel for the heart
- CoQ10 is essential to all energy-dependent processes in the body, including heart contraction and other cardiac functions.
- The levels of CoQ10 can get rapidly depleted in heart patients, especially in heavy cholesterol drug lowering users. CurQ10 ensures that CoQ10 levels in the body are adequate for the proper functioning of the heart. Consumption of CurQ10 protects cholesterol drug lowering users from excessive depletion, and helps in managing the risk of developing heart conditions.
- CoQ10 keeps cardiac conditions such as arteriosclerosis, cardiomyopathy, arrhythmia, and hypertension at bay.
- As an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, CoQ10 has also been shown to reduce markers associated with cardiac stress and myocardial infraction.
Curcumin wards off signs of ageing
- Curcumin slows down signs of mental ageing, and lowers the risk of brain degeneration, cognitive decline, and neurodegenerative disorders.
- Studies also indicate that curcumin reduces signs associated with physiological ageing such as arterial stiffness and oxidative stress.
- Curcumin has also been shown to improve endothelial function, which is closely related to maintaining heart health and immune function.
- Further, curcumin boosts the production of collagen, a protein that maintains the elasticity and firmness of skin.
CoQ10 can improve longevity of cells
- CoQ10 is an essential component of most cells in the body, as it helps the mitochondria in energy generation.
- Mitochondria are the energy centers of cells, and studies have shown that mitochondrial function is closely related to aging.
- Oxidative damage to mitochondria accelerates the aging process, and this is effectively countered by the antioxidant function of CoQ10.
- Supplementation with COQ10 also reverses mitochondrial damage, which can potentially slow down the aging process.
- CoQ10 is also shown to directly impact the expression of genes that control the ageing process, thus controlling the ageing process at a genetic level.
Curcumin may reduce the risk of cancer
- Curcumin targets factors like cell inflammation and DNA damage that contribute towards the development of cancer.
- Curcumin supplementation has shown potential in destroying cancer cells by acting on crucial cellular process in these cells, and by retarding their growth of at the early stages.
- Studies have also demonstrated that curcumin switches on the process of apoptosis (cell suicide) in cancer cells, causing these rogue cells to destroy themselves.
- Curcumin slows down the growth of cancerous cells by acting on molecules called inflammatory prostaglandins which are responsible for cancer cell growth.
CoQ10 may fight cancer on a molecular level
- CoQ10’s chemo-protective properties stem from its ability to act on cytokines, which are molecules associated with tumor growth.
- Low levels of CoQ10 have been detected in patients with certain types of cancer, indicating that CoQ10 might be responsible for significant anti-cancer protection.
- CoenzymeQ10 strengthens immune function in the body, which is purported to contribute to its cancer-protection.
CurQ10 offers a variety of therapeutic and protective advantages to diverse individuals across age, gender, and activity levels. Along with bringing relief to individuals suffering from specific conditions like arthritis and cardiac disease, CurQ10 is recommended for use for all individuals on a regular basis to boost immune function, heart health and joint health. CurQ10 is also highly beneficial for active individuals like athletes for improving their performance, and lowering their risk of injury and inflammation.
Women are more likely to suffer from joint pain and inflammation as a result of arthritis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. The risk of arthritis in women increases significantly post menopause. Owing to curcumin’s potent anti-inflammatory function, CurQ10 can relieve joint pain in women arising from arthritis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. CurQ10 may also protect women from inflammation specific to the menstrual cycle, like lower back pain.
As CoQ10 is extensively involved in energy production, it is of particular interest to athletes and physically active individuals. CoQ10 is known to increase aerobic capacity and endurance, reduce oxidative stress, and improve muscle performance. Regular consumption of CurQ10 may result in superior aerobic performance and faster muscle recovery athletes and active individuals.
With the COX-2 blocking mechanism of curcumin, CurQ10 is a more efficacious and safer alternative to NSAIDs against inflammation. Curcumin also boosts the healing and repair of joints, thereby reducing the risk of injury during intense physical activity. Curcumin supplementation has also been shown to reduce DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) in athletes. CurQ10 can help athletes combat the repetitive stress to their muscles and other connective tissue, and fortifies bones and joints against potential damage due to intensive training.
CoQ10 levels in the body deplete with age, particularly past the age of 40. Rapid depletion of can lead to cellular damage and death, and the slowing down of energy production in the body. CurQ10 helps maintain healthy CoQ10 levels in elderly individuals, thus helping to restore energy levels, counter cellular damage, and maintaining immune function.
Arthritis, osteoarthritis, and loss of bone mineral density resulting from ageing are a major cause of inflammation in the elderly. CurQ10 relieves inflammation resulting from these conditions and flushes out inflammation-causing toxins from joints. Supplementation with CurQ10 can help improve mobility issues in the elderly and slow down the effects of arthritis.
Both CoQ10 and curcumin have also shown promise in delaying the onset of neurodegenerative disorders like Dementia and Parkinson’s disease, and cognitive decline.
In CurQ10, elderly individuals have an all-encompassing, safe, and 100% natural supplement that brings relief from multiple conditions associated with advanced age.
CoQ10 is found in limited food sources, which are largely non-vegetarian like pork and beef. Moreover, dietary sources of CoQ10 would have to be consumed in large quantities (for e.g. 206 cups of broccoli or 17 pounds of peanuts) to meet the recommended daily requirement. Vegan sources of CoQ10 are even more limited, thus making supplementation essential for vegans to maintain healthy levels of CoQ10.
CurQ10 is a 100% vegan/vegetarian supplement that contains no animal-ingredients, and is a safe and ethical way to meet one’s recommended dietary intake of CoQ10. Further, the formulation of CurQ10 has been optimized with the addition of 10mg of Piperine per serving to ensure high bio-availability of CoQ10.
What is CurQ10?
CurQ10 is 100% natural supplement formulated from 306mg fermented Coenzyme Q10, 10mg Piperine, and 100mg standardized phytochemical extracts of Curcumin. CurQ10 offers wide-ranging anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, heart protection, anti-ageing, and anti-cancer protection.
Who should use CurQ10?
CurQ10 is beneficial for wide-spectrum of people because of its multifarious applications across conditions. CurQ10 is recommended for those suffering from joint pain and inflammation resulting from arthritis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. It also lends heart-protection to cardiac patients, particularly statin users. Additionally, CurQ10 offers diverse benefits to the elderly, women, and athletes for overall health. CurQ10 is recommended for all individuals above 18 years of age for maintaining healthy heart function, joint health, and immune health.
Is CurQ10 safe for long-term use?
Yes, CurQ10 is a 100% natural supplement with no side-effects that is safe for long term and short term use. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you suffer from a serious condition, we recommend that you consult your doctor before taking CurQ10.
Does CurQ10 have any drug interactions?
CurQ10 is completely safe for long-term use, and is generally well tolerated by most individuals. CurQ10 has no known drug interactions.
Is CurQ10 suitable for vegans?
CurQ10 is 100% vegan, and registered vegan by the Vegan Society, UK. CurQ10 is not just suitable for vegans, but recommended for them. Dietary food sources of CoQ10, which are already limited, are even scarcer for vegans. CurQ10 offers 306mg of bio-identical and bioavailable CoQ10 to meet the recommended dietary requirements of vegans and vegetarians.
Is CurQ10 useful for athletes?
Athletes stand to benefit a great deal from CurQ10 supplementation. The combined mechanism of curcumin and CoQ10 can help athletes enhance their aerobic performance, lower their recovery times, and protect their joints against oxidative stress and inflammation.
How should CurQ10 be taken?
CurQ10 should be taken once a day with a meal, or as directed by your physician.
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