Coenzyme Q10 (Sublingual)

DEVA Nutrition Coenzyme Q10 delivers high quality, potency, and affordability in one bottle. Our 100% Vegan Coenzyme Q10 is in a convenient sublingual form; absorption is increased through the thin skin and rich blood supply of the mucous membranes in the mouth.i Oral forms of Coenzyme Q10, such as chewables, tablets, capsules, and liquids must first pass by stomach acid and breakdown of the supplement prior to reaching its intended target.*

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a naturally occurring fat-soluble co-enzyme with vitamin-like actions, that concentrates in the heart, liver, kidneys, pancreas, skeletal muscles, and thyroid gland.ii CoQ10 has two important functions: production of energy inside the mitochondria, the "powerhouse" of cells, and as a potent antioxidant. All muscles require normal mitochondrial function; however the heart, which never rests, relies heavily upon proper energy production. Antioxidants are a self-protective mechanism,iii destroying free radicals and preventing damage to critical cell components.iv CoQ10 may also strengthen cell membranes,v and enhance Amounts decrease with age,vii and supplementation with CoQ10 may reduce signs of skin aging, and may also influence other age-related changes.viii CoQ10 is being studied as a possible protective agent to prevent and/or treat diseases of nerve dysfunction.ix *

Numerous medical studies have been conducted concerning CoQ10's role in health. While only a few studies have reached clear-cut conclusions, primary research has demonstrated promising results from the use of CoQ10 in the treatment, and possible prevention, of various diseases. In studies of people with severe chronic heart failure, researchers found that medication, along with micronutrients including CoQ10, helped to improve and restore heart function.x One study found that breast cancer patients on chemotherapy who took CoQ10 had a better prognosis.xi Further studies are needed to determine if CoQ10 may help in: age-related macular degeneration, chronic fatigue syndrome, kidney failure, migraine headaches, and periodontal disease.*

DEVA Coenzyme Q10 is 100% vegan, vegetarian. In order to provide peace-of-mind to our consumers, our products have been certified as 100% Vegan by the non-profit Vegan Society. This non-profit organization, which first coined the phrase "vegan", has a strict and detailed registration process for vegan products.


Coenzyme Q10

Amount Per Serving

50 mg

% Daily Value



*Daily value not established.

Other Ingredients: Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Glycerin USP, Modified Starch, Carrageenan, Disodium Phosphate (All of the ingredients are from plant or mineral sources)

Recommended Use
For adults take one (1) tablet two times daily with food or as directed by a health care professional. For maximum assimilation, let tablet dissolve by gently moving under tongue.

Food Sensitivity
Free of GMOs, yeast, wheat, gluten, milk, sugar, soy, salt, starch, preservatives; animal products, byproducts or dervatives.

Always consult your doctor before taking any dietary supplement.

*Information and statements regarding dietary supplements on our website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.



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Premkumar VG et al. Anti-angiogenic potential of CoenzymeQ10, riboflavin and niacin in breast cancer patients undergoing tamoxifen therapy. Vascul Pharmacol. 2008 Apr-Jun;48(4-6):191-201. Epub 2008 Mar 5. PMID: 18407793.

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