Each soft gelatine capsule contains: - Ubidecarenone (Coenzyme Q10) 50mg - Fish oil - natural (salmon oil) 150mg (Omega 3 marine triglycerides - 45mg) - D-alpha-Tocopherol 33.6mg (Vitamin E 50iu) Also contains: soya oil, gelatine, glycerol, water, iron oxide red & yellow, and titanium dioxide. echinacea plusBeneficial for - All Cells: required for ATP (energy) production and powerful free radical scavenger - Heart: Correlation between heart conditions and low levels of CoQ10Features - CoQ10 produced from sugar cane/beet and not tobacco - Soft gel oil preparation for higher absorption - Combined with vitamin E for synergistic effects - Omega-3 included, at 100% of current Recommended Dietary Intakes, to maximise absorption of CoQ10 and for cardiovascular healthTherapeutic Benefits CoEnzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is an essential component of the mitochondria, the energy producing part of the cell, where it regulates energy production. CoQ10, also known as Ubiquinone, is an intracellular free radical scavenger, thus powerful antioxidant. It is a naturally occurring substance, which plays a critical role in the production of cellular energy, therefore is of particular importance in conditions where energy production is sub-optimal. CoQ10’s membrane stabilising effect and ability to improve tissue oxygenation makes it of specific use in cells with a high energy turnover such as nerve, cardiac, muscle and white blood cells.Deficiency could be a result of impaired CoQ10 synthesis due to nutritional deficiencies, a genetic or acquired defect in CoQ10 production or increased tissue demands. The addition of fish oil not only provides essential fatty acids but also acts as a mucosal transporter to maximise gastrointestinal absorption. This achieves plasma levels of therapeutic significance. Vitamin E, in its natural state, provides superior bioavailability, in addition to delivering antioxidant activity by inhibiting the production of free radicals.Cautions & Interactions Do not take while on warfarin therapy without advice from your health care professional, as it may decrease warfarin effectiveness. Anti-hyperlipidaemics (\Statins\) - The statin drugs (eg lovastatin, simvastatin) are known to decrease CoQ10 levels, as both cholesterol and CoQ10 share the same metabolic pathways. Doxorubicin - CoQ10 may increase the cardiotoxicity of doxorubicin. Antidiabetic medications - CoQ10 may improve glycaemic control thus medication dosage may need appropriate adjusting.Pregnant or Breastfeeding Because of a lack of long-term safety studies, pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid CoQ10 supplements.Directions for Use Adults: Take one capsule 3 times daily with food.Vitamins can only be of assistance if the dietary vitamin intake is inadequate. Always read the label and only use as directed. If symptoms persist, see a healthcare professional.