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Clinical Study Demonstrates Superior Bioavailability of Jarrow's Proprietary QH-absorb Formula
Date:6/13/2009

QH-absorb® as demonstrated by a reduction in the mean oxidized Co-Q10 levels in the plasma from 12% to 7%.

Jarrow L. Rogovin, President of Jarrow Formulas®, described another astonishing finding of the study. "Not only did our QH-absorb® increase plasma Co-Q10 levels two to three times more than other QH formulas, it also decreased the percentage of plasma oxidized Co-Q10 by 45%. It significantly increased the antioxidant, QH2, form of ubiquinol in the body. That is incredibly exciting for people watching their heart health or blood sugar."

Jarrow Formulas®' QH-absorb® is a proprietary stabilized formula that offers improved bioavailability over standard Co-Q10 supplements (ubiquinone), and is able to deliver Co-Q10 in its native antioxidant-capable form at higher levels. While standard Co-Q10 (ubiquinone) supplements can be reduced to the antioxidant state in the body, this reduction can be less efficient in some individuals due to health status, age or genetics. Ubiquinol also has significantly superior bioavailability to ubiquinone as demonstrated in clinical trials.

QH-absorb®, like Q-absorb®, uses an all-natural proliposome delivery system to improve absorption. Jarrow Formulas®' Q-absorb® and QH-absorb® delivery systems have been validated in multiple trials to significantly improve Co-Q10 absorption over other Co-Q10 formulas. Jarrow Formulas®' ubiquinol is derived from Co-Q10 that is manufactured via a yeast-fermentation process and consists only of the natural trans configuration, the same as is biosynthesized by humans.

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