Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Slowing Parkinson's Disease With CoQ10

Dr. Flint Beal from Cornell University reported on a sixteen-month trial that had patients taking 300 to 600 mg per day of CoQ10.

This resulted in a 25% decrease in the rate of disease progression while those patients given 1,200 mg per day experienced a 44% decrease.

Even the highest amounts were well tolerated, and studies are currently evaluating the effect of higher doses.

So... if someone you know has Parkinson, they can take at least 1,200 mg of CoQ10 every day.

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