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Types of Coenzymes

Beef
Beef

Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, is a substance that the human body makes naturally. Cells use it to generate energy. CoQ10 also functions as a powerful antioxidant to help fight free radicals that can damage cells and DNA.

Organ Meats – Heart, Liver, Kidney
Organ Meats – Heart, Liver, Kidney

Heart is a very concentrated source of the supernutrient, Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10, important for cardiovascular health and also rich in kidney and liver), contains an abundance of Vitamin A, Vitamin B12; folic acid, iron, selenium, phosphorus and zinc, and is the number one food source of copper.

Peanuts
Peanuts

Peanuts, tree nuts, and beans are healthy vegan sources of these vital nutrients. A notable exception is the most active form of vitamin B-12. There are many inactive forms of B-12, which are functionally useless to your enzymes.

Sardines and Mackerel
Sardines and Mackerel

Natural Standard Patient Monograph: "Coenzyme Q10." Andrew Shao, PhD, vice president , Scientific & Regulatory Affairs, Council for Responsible Nutrition, Washington, D.C. Paul R. Thomas, EdD, RD, scientific consultant, Office of Dietary Supplements, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md.

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Soy oil
Soy oil

47 patient posts about Soybean oil and its potential interaction with Coenzyme Q10 based on the insights of millions of patients and trusted online health resources.

source: treato.com