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April 8th, 2008

CoQ10 emulsions boost bioavailability: study

Abstract:
The Tokyo-based researchers did state however that this difference was not significant, and this may have been due to large particle sizes.

"A possible extension of this research would involve further collection of fundamental data on emulsification of CoQ10 with various food materials in order to produce more stable and more bioavailable emulsified products (e.g., nano-emulsion)," wrote the researchers.

"It is known that nm-scale of particles improves the adhesion to and adsorption into the intestinal epithelial cells; further improvement of oral bioavailability of CoQ10 is expected by preparation of a nano-emulsion. Therefore, this will be the subject of a future study," they concluded.

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