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July 6th, 2005
NutraLease says two human clinical trials suppport the enhanced bioavailability of CoQ10 delivered into beverages using its novel technology.
The findings will interest manufacturers of CoQ10 products, facing very high prices for the ingredient. Increasing its bioavailability, or the body's absorption of the ingredient, allows supplement and food makers to use lower dosages, therefore saving on costs.
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