The link between CoQ10 and cancer.
One more fact about CoQ10: It requires fatty acids to be taken along with it or it can't be absorbed well. Some CoQ10 products have no fatty acids added to them. If they don't, you need to take them with a meal that contains some fats. Other products have fatty acids added, and are well absorbed at any time.
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|Author:||Fuchs, Nan Kathryn|
|Publication:||Women's Health Letter|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2008|
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