Coenzyme Q10 is blocked by statins despite being an important enzyme nutrient that may suppress diabetes nerve damage pain – diabetic neuropathy.
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Statins are useful, but are not without potential side effects – muscle aches & pains, mental impairment and blood sugar problems. CoQ10 can help reduce muscle side effects of statin medicines.
CoQ10 Supplement shown to support reduced LDL levels. Also may reduce muscle cramps for those on statins doing prediabetes exercise for metabolic syndrome management…
See how and why CoQ10 again shown as effective exercise antioxidant and may have a role to decrease muscle soreness after exercise.
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