Benefits of CoQ10, Fertility, Skin Health, Exercise Performance, Diabetes


Recently, I wrote an article describing what CoQ10 is and its clinical association between headaches and Parkinson’s disease, so before reading this article, please read that one by clicking here. I recommend reading that article prior to this one because there is prerequisite knowledge discussed in that article describing CoQ10’s role in the body which will not be restated in this article.

CoQ10 for Headaches, Parkinson’s

Coenzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10, is a compound that helps generate energy in your cells. Your body produces CoQ10 naturally, but its production tends to decrease with age. Fortunately, you can get CoQ10 through supplements or foods. Numerous health conditions such as “neurodegenerative disorders, diabetes, cancer, fibromyalgia, muscular and cardiovascular diseases” have been associated with low CoQ10 levels [1].

Serotonin’s Roles and How to Increase it Naturally

I think is it a safe assumption to say that most people have heard the term serotonin and have related it to either depression or feeling good, but most people may not know what serotonin’s precise role is in their body. Therefore, this article will have several sections. First, I will begin by giving declarative knowledge about serotonin and its role in your body,

Beetroot Benefits: Blood Pressure, Exercise Performance, and Liver Health

The beetroot is one of the fascinating plants people can take from a natural health perspective. It’s health benefits are as robust as other compounds in nature such as turmeric, black cumin, garlic, and astragalus. While each of these compounds seems to target one or a few physiological factors in the human body, the beetroot primarily supports two aspects: cardiovascular health and liver health.

A Perfect Example of Conflict of Interest in the Scientific Community, Glyphosate Research

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is perhaps one of the most notable and distinguished scientific societies in the world, publishes several esteemed scientific journals, including Science, and presents an annual award for Scientific Freedom and Responsibility to “scientists, engineers or their organizations, whose exemplary actions have demonstrated scientific freedom and responsibility in challenging circumstances” [1].

Children, Psychiatric Drugs, and Natural Research

To begin, this article will investigate the astonishingly large number of children who are taking psychiatric drugs, then we will discuss some of the negative side effects of these medications, and we will end with reviewing various studies which argue for natural substances for ADHD rather than promoting ADHD medication.