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coenzyme Q10 was posted 10/01/1998 03:33 pm by Christine Belgium
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I've only heard of Q10 when I went to buy my Nivea skin cream. The ad said that Nivea had found a way to make Q10 : a coenzyme that the human body produces, but produces less when you get older. It was proved that the cells (in this case the cells of your skin) aged faster when there was less Q10; Nivea proved that, by using their Q10-cream, you could slow down the aging-process. If I remember correctly, your skin ages because the cells 'divide' (I'm not sure that's the correct word) differently; that's also what happens with cancer, so I think it's not so strange that you would want to try Q10. You should try and find a dr who's specialized in alternative treatments and ask him; those drs exist (medical drs who after their classic medical training followed courses about alternative treatments because they believed in it), we found several here in my little country. It's certainly worth finding out, I know my Dad benefited from alternative treatments (he has been on shark cartilage all the time he was sick). Good luck. Christine.

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