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Lifter74

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BP been running 130-140 systolic and 80-90 diastolic. Started Qunol Coq10. Anybody else use it. My BP will go down with weight loss but heard good things about this supplement
 
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Never heard of it. Is it working for you so far?
 
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Never heard of it. Is it working for you so far?
Just started it today but have heard nothing but good reviews. Haven't seen anything remotely negative about it so I think it's very promising. Get a 4 month supply for around $30 at Walmart.
 
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Just started it today but have heard nothing but good reviews. Haven't seen anything remotely negative about it so I think it's very promising. Get a 4 month supply for around $30 at Walmart.
Well if it's any indication my BP is down to 127/74. I'll know more after a few days. Anybody with a genetic disposition to hypertension understands how close you have to watch it with AAS and the diets that go with weightlifting
 
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The Qunol CoQ10 is great stuff. It's the ubiquinol form of CoQ10 and better absorbed by the body. I've seen different research, but typically read it's around 70% or so more bio available. I think CoQ10/Ubiquinol should be in everyone's arsenal, especially as you get older. I've used the Qunol brand as well as several others and keep it in my daily supplement intake.
 
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BP been running 130-140 systolic and 80-90 diastolic. Started Qunol Coq10. Anybody else use it. My BP will go down with weight loss but heard good things about this supplement
Its cumulative and you need to be on it for a while to notice the benefits. I have been on for about 6 months or more. BP was if I remember 137/90 is and after 6 month was 117/79.
 
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Lifter74

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Its cumulative and you need to be on it for a while to notice the benefits. I have been on for about 6 months or more. BP was if I remember 137/90 is and after 6 month was 117/79.
It's helping me a lot right now. It plus my diet keeping me around 120/70. Good stuff for OTC.
 
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BD Cool

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I think CoQ10 is one of the better supplements out there. I've used it for years and have never had an issue with BP.
 
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I am not discounting it as beneficial, but how much weight have you lost now since you started using it? How much cardio have you been doing? Has this increased recently? I am just looking at the compounding variables in your case. I would assume someone who had high BP, not dieting or doing any cardio would not see anywhere close to your results.
 
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I wouldn't rely on it to treat hypertension but it's a good supplement for reducing myalgia (infrequently) associated with statins.
 
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I am not discounting it as beneficial, but how much weight have you lost now since you started using it? How much cardio have you been doing? Has this increased recently? I am just looking at the compounding variables in your case. I would assume someone who had high BP, not dieting or doing any cardio would not see anywhere close to your results.
Oh Lord no buddy. It's not the Holy Grail treatment for hypertension. In conjunction with cardio, strength training, and of course a healthy diet I find it beneficial.
 
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