RE: Coenzyme Q and Worms

From: Harvey Newstrom (
Date: Wed Jan 09 2002 - 16:08:28 MST

One caveat here. Worms use coenzyme Q-9, while humans use coenzyme Q-10.
The study showed that coenzyme Q-9 might be bad for worms. They wonder if
coenzyme Q-10 is therefore bad for humans. A good question, but hardly

I sure want to see more about this. Coenzyme Q-10 is part of my personal
life-extension program to help fight heart disease.

Harvey Newstrom, CISSP <>
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