Tired All The Time?

Most of us think that being tired is part and parcel of our hectic urban lifestyle. We juggle between work and family, trying to accomplish so many things within a short time span. We feel exhausted and drained of energy. Can we ever recover from this low-energy crisis? The answer is definitely a Yes! Read on to discover how…

Our body’s most basic system is the energy system. The energy system is also the most important system, the one that runs the body. When the energy system is damaged, it affects all aspects of life, jeopardizing health, bring on disease and speeds up ageing.

Human energy production is a complicated process. The food we eat is broken down into smaller components in the digestive tract. These smaller components are then use by the cells to produce energy. For the cells to convert food to energy it requires a vitamin – like substance called Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). Without Coenzyme Q10 our body is unable to make energy, without energy there is no life.

When we are young, our cells are loaded with CoQ10 to produce an abundance of energy to run our body efficiently. But as we grow older, our bodies produce less and less CoQ10 which result in decline in energy production.
Signs of energy decline
There are several warning signs of energy decline listed below. Identify which one applies to you:-

  • Your mind says “go now” but your body says “later”
  • You wake up more tired than when you went to sleep
  • You yearn for an afternoon nap
  • You walk around in brain fog
  • You overeat because you are low in energy?

The body’s response to hunger and exhaustion is very much similar. So many of us have mistaken exhaustion for hunger and end up eating when you don’t need to, adding unnecessary pounds.

The above are some of the signs of energy decline which, if ignored, could lead to depletion in your energy system – which will eventually affect every aspect of your life.

If you are experiencing any one or more of these warning signs you can take steps to boost your energy system. Although CoQ10 occurs naturally in many foods such as beef, pork and vegetables, the amount of CoQ10 in these foods is insignificant. It is hard to get enough of CoQ10 in a day from food. Therefore the only solution to this is to supplement with CoQ10.

Supplemental Hydrosoluble Coenzyme Q10
The biggest problem with most CoQ10 products is the absorption into the bloodstream. The traditional forms of CoQ10 supplements are not easily absorbed by the body (powdered CoQ10 suspension in soya oil incorporated into softgel capsules, powder based tablets, powder-filled hard gelatin).The reason is that CoQ10’s particle size is very large, insoluble in water and poorly soluble in lipids, which makes it hard for your body to absorb.

However, an American company has developed the patented Biosolv process which reduces the particle size from 25-70 microns to 0.3 microns – even smaller than bacteria! And hence, makes it “hydrosoluble”. As a general rule, the smaller the particle size the better the absorption. Therefore with hydrosoluble CoQ10, more CoQ10 gets absorbed into your bloodstream to boost the energy level in the body. Start taking hydrosoluble CoQ10 daily for renewed energy and say goodbye to tiredness!