Reproductive Health - Kaneka Preconception

Consider recommending Ubiquinol to maintain female reproductive health*

Not actual patients.

Not an actual patient.

Ubiquinol supports mitochondrial function and production of energy, which is critical for oocyte (egg cell) health

  • Ubiquinol supports the cellular energy requirement for healthy egg function1
    • Healthy mitochondria are associated with egg quality2-5

Ubiquinol protects against oxidative stress and mitigates production of ROS (reactive oxygen species)

  • Ubiquinol is a powerful antioxidant that protects reproductive cells and helps prevent oxidative damage to mitochondrial DNA6,7
  • Protection against oxidative stress and enhanced mitochondrial function may increase the quality of oocytes8,9

Kaneka Ubiquinol® is a nutritional supplement ingredient

Well-established safety profile

No prescription needed

May be added while pursuing standard medical treatments

References: 1. Becker WM, Deamer DW. The World of the Cell, 2nd ed. Redwood City, CA: Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company, Inc; 1991. 2. van der Reest J, Cecchino GN, Haigis MC, Kordowitzki P. Mitochondria: their relevance during oocyte ageing. Ageing Res Rev. 2021;70:101378 3. Zhu Z, Xu W, Liu L. Ovarian aging: mechanisms and intervention strategies. Med Rev. 2022;2(6):590-610. 4. Bartmann AK, Romão GS, da Silveira Ramos E, Ferriani RA. Why do older women have poor implantation rates? A possible role of the mitochondria. J Assist Reprod Genet. 2004;21(3):79-83. 5. Van Blerkom J. Mitochondrial function in the human oocyte and embryo and their role in developmental competence. Mitochondrion. 2011;11(5):797-813. 6. Forsmark-Andrée P, Ernster L. Evidence for a protective effect of endogenous ubiquinol against oxidative damage to mitochondrial protein and DNA during lipid peroxidation. Mol Aspects Med. 1994;15(suppl 1):S73-S81. 7. Ernster L, Forsmark-Andrée P. Ubiquinol: an endogenous antioxidant in aerobic organisms. Clin Investig.1993;71(suppl 8):S60-S65. 8. Bentov Y, Casper RF. The aging oocyte—can mitochondrial function be improved? Fertil Steril. 2013;99(1):18-22. 9. Adhikari D, Lee I, Yuen WS, Carroll J. Oocyte mitochondria—key regulators of oocyte function and potential therapeutic targets for improving fertility. Biol Reprod. 2022;106(2):366-377.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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