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The use of CoQ10 may be of benefit in several disorders. When supplementing with CoQ10, however, it is possible that a pre-existing CoQ10 deficiency may be necessary for any benefits to be seen. Measurement of plasma CoQ10 concentrations can assist in detecting deficiency states and thus serve as a dosage guide when oral supplementation is indicated.
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Cholesterol: A waxy, fat-like substance manufactured in the liver and found in all tissues, it facilitates the transport and absorption of fatty acids. In foods, only animal products contain cholesterol. An excess of cholesterol in the bloodstream can contribute to the development of atherosclerosis.