Why do so many people take Accel instead of CoQ10 from the supermarket?
You can probably find CoQ10 for a cheaper price, and you might think it’s the same as my Accel formula. But it doesn’t even come close.
- Better absorption = better results. Ubiquinol is fat-soluble, which means you can’t absorb and use it without fat. Accel has a special – and rare – type of fat called medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) to maximize your absorption.
- More power where it counts. Your heart needs the ubiquinol in Accel to pump at full strength. And your brain needs it to stay in “rapid-fire” mode, but that’s not all.
- Supercharged antioxidant protection. Accel has a hidden superpower: It can recycle and boost the activity of other antioxidants, like vitamins C and E. That way you get even more free radical protection for your cells and vital organs.
Regular CoQ10 supplements have something called ubiquinone. But the only kind of CoQ10 I use in Accel is the “active,” supercharged kind, called ubiquinol, an electron-rich (reduced) form of coenzyme Q 10.
The ubiquinol in Accel is 8 times more powerful than traditional CoQ10, according to scientific absorption studies.
That’s particularly important if you’re older, or if you have other health concerns. Those things can interfere with your absorption of regular CoQ10.