Curious about how fat cells affect your health? Find out what they do to your body and how they can impact inflammation levels.

Before the industrial-agricultural revolution (about 150 years ago), food was relatively scarce and, consequently, expensive. Obesity was often associated with the privileged (hence the term “fat cat”), who could afford to eat well and do little else.

“What is a coenzyme?” is one of the essential questions to ask if you’re planning to take coenzyme Q10. To know the answer, read this post.

Should I Take CoQ10?

Here’s why it’s necessary to ask, “What is a coenzyme?” According to U.S. News and Report, coenzyme Q10 (or CoQ10 for short) is the third most popular supplement in the United States.

CoQ10 supplementation is prescribed by many doctors for treating or preventing a range of conditions from headache relief to Parkinson’s disease.

In the past two issues of the Juvenon Health Journal, we’ve utilized an important Harvard study – identifying the top preventable risk factors for premature mortality – as a springboard for a healthy lifestyle discussion.

While smoking and high blood pressure emerged as the top grim reapers, other factors were also significant. Obesity, physical inactivity and high blood glucose were each responsible for roughly one in 10 deaths. According to the mathematical model used by the researchers, 163,000 to 217,000 Americans die annually due to high blood glucose levels.

Search our shop