Coq10 young subjects supplementation
For several months I have been researching the effects of taking coenzyme q10 with a dosage of 100mg / day on young athletes or sedatives, between 20 and 25 years old?
I am 21 years old, I took it for two periods of 1 month, in February 2011 and in January 2012. at the end of the second period I felt tired,
I went to see his doctor, he prescribed a blood test.
I give you the results. which are not in the standard. Did this molecule affect my growth? Since I quit I have been doing better.
VGM: 82.0 fl (87.0 to 98.0)
CHCM: 342 g / l (306 to 338)
This coenzyme, which acts as a vitamin in the body, activates the production of energy at the cellular level. All physiological processes that require energy expenditure need CoQ10.
It is also present throughout the body, especially in the heart, in the mucous membranes of the gums and stomach, in the tissues of all the organs that play a role in the immune system, in the liver, the kidneys. and the prostate.
Taking 100 mg / day for 1 month to a year apart may not affect growth in a 20 year old. Moreover, it cannot have an impact on growth itself.
On the other hand, the blood results you give are normal:
The MCV level is between 80 and 95 m3
Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (CCMH)
Reference values Adults: 32 – 37 g / dL
Children: 32 – 38 g / dL
Check your other results with your doctor. A blood test is read in its entirety.
If taking Q10 does not help you, you did well to stop it but, in my opinion, your fatigue must have another cause
Agree with Lemondrop but it’s not a bit high anyway 100mg of Q10 ?? The recommended dose is not 5 to 10mg max?
CoQ10 supplements containing as little as 10 mg per dose are available from some manufacturers, but it seems that the minimum dose to achieve an antioxidant effect in the body is 90 mg.