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Bumblee recommends viptamine ubiquinol Q10.

The superior Q10 form is ubiquinol.

The Viptamin variant contains 100% natural ubiquinol, which is identical to the body’s own coenzyme Q10 – and is vegan and free of additives.

Viptamin’s highly purified ubiquinol could even help you lose weight¹

¹ Source: Van Gaal L; de Leeuw I; Vadhanavikit S; Folkers K: Exploratory study on Coenzyme Q10 in obesity.
Biomed. and Clin. Aspects of CoQ10: 4:369-374

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100% vegan capsules 100 % free from all additives 100 % natural
Genuine ubiquinol
30 vegan capsules, lasts for 30 days
The ubiquinol is 100 percent natural and is similar to the body's own
CoQ10 identical.

Q10 deficiency prevents weight loss

Studies have long shown that people who are deficient in Q10 have greater difficulty losing weight than those who have an adequate supply of the substance.
The problem? As we age, the body is less and less able to produce Q10 itself – so we rely on supplementing it.

If you want to lose weight, but have the impression that the people around you find it easier than you do, try our Q10 – maybe you simply have an undersupply.

Buying ubiquinol - What you need to know

You want to find the best Q10 product? Here you can find out what the differences are and what we can offer you: our Viptamin Ubiquinol Q10

The quality of the Q10 is crucial. Therefore, make sure you get the right form of Q10. Ubiquinone is the inferior form of Q10. Ubiquinol the superior form.

Viptamin Ubiquinol-Q10 is 100% natural

Q10 can be produced both synthetically and naturally. Viptamin Ubiquinol-Q10 is produced by the best coenzyme Q10 producer Kaneka®, which uses a natural and patented organic fermentation process for our product.

The result: a pure body-identical ubiquinol that is 100 percent natural and identical to the body’s own CoQ10.

What to look for:

Inferior Q10 products are made from tobacco or bacteria by synthetic means. There is no question of usability or bioavailability with such products.

Synthetically produced Q10 is cheaper to manufacture, but has distinct disadvantages. It is practically not accepted by the body’s cells because it does not exactly resemble the body’s own Q10. That’s why you have to swallow a lot more capsules of the synthetic Q10.

With other products you have to take three capsules of 30mg daily, now one small capsule with bioactivated Ubiquinol Q10 is enough.

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Q10 in the form of ubiquinol from Viptamin offers you many advantages

The Ubiquinol Q10 from Viptamin is high-quality genuine ubiquinol. But besides the high quality, there are many other advantages to choosing our product:
  • 100% vegan capsules
  • Free from microcrystalline cellulose
  • 100% free from all additives
  • Without sugar or artificial sweeteners
  • Without flavourings, preservatives or additives
  • Without lactose and gluten
  • Not tested on animals
This compilation is unique. You can only find it at Viptamin.100 mg per capsule you also get a really good amount.
Advantages of Ubiquinol Q10
Studies on the benefits of ubiquinol Q10

Studies on the benefits of ubiquinol Q10

Q10 is a substance produced naturally in the body. We absorb it partly through food, partly our body produces Q10 itself. But the own production of Q10 decreases continuously in the course of life.
In the body, high Q10 concentrations are found in organs with a high energy demand such as the heart, liver or lungs.

The body's supply of Q10 is estimated to be about 0.5 to 2 g. The daily diet provides 5 to 10 mg of coenzyme Q10 daily.
In food, Q10 is particularly rich in meat, fish (sardines, mackerel), nuts (e.g. pistachios), whole grains, legumes, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and vegetable oils.


Proof of studies

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The verdict of a Viptamine Ubiquinol Q10 customer

Ubiquinol – does me a world of good,
feel powerful like the bamboo in the wind, serene like a beetle swinging on the poppy blossom, and cheerful like the bird that sings its song to me in the early morning!

With these lines a small thanks to you for Ubiquinol – simply phenomenal and incomparable.
I’ve been through a very long dry spell with severe health problems and just taking Viptamine Forte has helped me get back on my feet physically, but this little capsule after just 4 weeks… it packs a punch!
Continued joy and success to you in creating such beneficial, invigorating health remedies!

Elke Hrach

since 2011

Consumption recommendation

Take 1 capsule daily with enough water.


1 vegan capsule containsUS RDA/EU RDA*
Ubiquinol-Q10100mg +
+ Daily requirement not specified
RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance
Ingredients: Ubiquinol, hypromellose (capsule shell).
Units per pack: 30 vegan capsules
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