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Diet / Energy
Leading scientists, doctors and the medical community in general all agree on the relationship between diet and energy. The balance of these two factors leads to a healthy and happy life. Unfortunately a lot of people consume either poorly nutritious or unhealthy diets. Consumption of an unhealthy diet leads to excess weight and even obesity.

Obesity in America is at epidemic proportions and with obesity comes loss of energy and many other negative consequences. Obesity increases the risk of a number of health conditions including adverse lipid concentration, abnormal blood sugar level, metabolic syndrome, hypertension and other cardiovascular abnormalities.

Coenzyme Q10 is responsible for 95% of energy production in the body. Loss of energy associated with obesity is due to the fact that the excess fat tissue uses up the normal CoQ10 stores leaving significantly less amounts for the rest of the body to produce energy. Also loss of energy is often a side effect of the #1 selling prescription drug called statins. They deplete the body’s natural production of Coenzyme Q10.

Along with diet and exercise some dietary supplements can help maintain healthy energy levels naturally.

CoQ10 has a major role in energy production and can boost the body’s potential to function in a healthy state.

A diet high in Omega-3 fatty acids proves to help maintain normal cholesterol and triglyceride levels which helps prevent abnormalities in the cardiovascular system.

Eurycoma longfolia is proven to maintain normal testosterone levels making it a potential energy booster.

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