Basic Health Publications / User's Guide To Coenzyme Q10
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Basic Health Publications User's Guide to Coenzyme Q10
If you're feeling run down, have a weak heart, Coenzyme Q10 may be the nutrient for you. This vitamin-like substance - the basis of a Nobel prize in chemistry - plays a pivotal role in your body's energy-making process. The User's Guide to Coenzyme Q10 explains what you need to know when using CoQ10 to boost your health.
About the Authors
Martin Zucker has been writing about alternative medicine and natural healing for twenty-five years. he has co-authored or written a dozen books, including Preventing Arthritis, The Miracle of MSM, The veterinarians Guide to natural Remedies for Dogs, and Natural Hormone Balance for Women. Zucker is a former Associated Press foreign correspondent.
Jack Challem, the User's Guide Series Editor, is a leading American health writer and editor of The Nutrition Reporter™ newsletter. (www.nutritionreporter.com). His scientific articles have appeared in Medical Hypotheses, Free Radical Biology and Medicine and the Journal of the NCI.