Posted by Team Jigsaw on March 16, 2015
Heart disease is the nation's number 1 killer. Sadly, by the time you're done reading this email, three people will have died -- every 40 seconds a life is taken.
This may explain why millions of Americans use statin drugs to control cholesterol levels, commonly considered a marker for heart health risk.
Statin drugs work by blocking the enzyme HMG-CoA reductase, the metabolic pathway responsible for the production of cholesterol.
Unfortunately, HMG-CoA is the same pathway used to produce Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) -- an antioxidant made by your body and found in every single cell.
Suzy Cohen, "America's Most Trusted Pharmacist" calls this "drug mugging" because statins diminish your body's natural ability to produce CoQ10.
You can minimize the "drug mugging" effect of statin drugs by taking a CoQ10 supplement.
When choosing a CoQ10 supplement, it's important you take Active Ubiquinol -- the only all-natural and bio-available form of CoQ10.
Source: Cohen, S. (2011). Drug Muggers (pp. 123-131). New York: Special Markets Department, Rodale Inc.
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