Ubiquinone is fully oxidized coenzyme Q10. It has been found that the oxidized form, namely ubiquinone, is actively involved in the production of adenosine triphosphate and that is why it is called energy coenzyme Q10.
On the other hand, Ubiquinol is the reduced form, which by its nature neutralizes the free radicals and performs an antioxidant function, which makes it an antioxidant coenzyme Q10. Ubiquinol, as a reduced form of coenzyme Q10, exhibits strong antioxidant properties.
Studies have indicated that ubiquinol is more effective in suppressing the peroxidation in the mitochondria and it only functions as an antioxidant in the mitochondria, protecting them from damage and indirectly supporting the energy production.
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