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Japanese CoQ10 Inventor Contacts Dr. Sears

Posted Oct 09 2009 10:03pm

Three years ago, no one believed me… they said it was impossible.

Now the buzz is about to spread over the entire country.

I was the first to bring my patients the high-powered version of CoQ10, which I call Accel. Now, the rest of the country will find out how to turn on and keep the power of youth.

The media blitz started October 5th and will include TV commercials on 12 cable channels around the country: ABC Family, BBC America, Biography, Discovery Health, E!, GAC, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie, Oxygen, Soapnet, Style and WE.

The nationwide ad campaign expands two weeks later to include time during Oprah and Good Morning America. This is exciting news.

I’m thrilled Accel is finally getting the recognition it deserves. And I’m honored to have been one of the first doctors in the country to offer such a powerful and remarkable breakthrough.

When I first met with Dr. Mae — the Japanese researcher and inventor of this new form of CoQ10 — I knew his pioneering work would change the face of medicine forever. The day he came to my clinic is one I’ll remember for the rest of my life.

Back then no one realized this form of CoQ10 called “ubiquinol,” which is 8 times more powerful than the original, would be able to keep your heart and brain young and vibrant for decades longer than anyone thought possible.

Being 8 times more powerful doesn’t just mean that it’s 8 times better. The truth is more remarkable. Accel with ubiquinol gives you the opportunity to make gains on a scale that defies comparison.

The old CoQ10 works wonders, but the problem I had was keeping my patients’ blood levels high enough. They often required high doses, and that sometimes meant taking 4 to 6 capsules a day of at least 200 mg. That’s expensive and inconvenient.

Accel lets me give a single 50 mg capsule to the patients who used to need half a dozen. And that’s just the beginning. The fact that Accel stays in your blood stream so much longer means you can literally turn back your aging clock with a much smaller dose.

The new TV commercials will feature Ms. Peggy Fleming, 1968 Olympic Gold Medal Ice Skater, discussing the benefits of the new high-powered CoQ10.

Peggy Fleming is a strong advocate of CoQ10 and started using it after researching ways to strengthen her heart. Peggy’s father died of a heart attack when he was just 41-years old, and Peggy’s sister died of a heart attack nine years ago.

Knowing her family history, Peggy wanted only the strongest, most powerful heart nutrient on the planet. She was so impressed, she became their spokesperson.

But there’s more to the story.

I’ve made Accel even better.

Having worked with Dr. Mae from the very beginning, I’m privy to some of the new ideas and new formulas that aren’t available to the rest of the country.

For the first time, Accel is packed with a little-known form of vitamin E called tocotrienols. This kind of vitamin E is specifically geared toward boosting heart health. It’s the perfect partner for Accel.

You won’t find this form of vitamin E in any multi-vitamin. And it’s backed up by some rock-solid evidence. Tocotrienols help maintain healthy:

  • Blood pressure (systolic or top number) 1
  • Arteries 2,3
  • Cholesterol 4
  • Blood sugar 5
  • Triglycerides (blood fat 6 )

Accel with tocotrienols is a major step forward.

Combining Dr. Mae’s high-powered CoQ10 with the heart-healthy form of vitamin E is a nutrient powerhouse. The two work synergistically together, giving you the highest level of energy and protection.

The new Accel with tocotrienols is on the cutting edge.

You won’t find anything like it anywhere… I guarantee it.

We just received a new shipment, so I recommend you get yours today. (The new Accel is usually gone in days.)

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

References

  1. Rasool A.h.g, et al. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol. 2006;52:473-478.
  2. Qureshi AA, et al. J Nutr. 2001;131:2606-18.
  3. Black TM, et al.  J Nutr. 2000;130(10):2420-6.
  4. Baliarsingh S, et al. Atherosclerosis. 2005;182:367-74.
  5. Wan Nazaimoon WM, et al. Malays J Pathol. 2002;24:77-82.
  6. Chen CW, Cheng HH. J Nutr. 2006;136(6):1472-6.

[ Ed. Note: Dr. Sears, Chairman of the Board of Total Health Breakthroughs, is a practicing physician and the author of The Doctor's Heart Cure. He is a leading authority on longevity, physical fitness and heart health. For more information, click here ]

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When they show me the bottle, I immediately know why.

As it happens, most of the CoQ10 they are taking never makes it to their cells where it can do the most good.

In fact, most people over 50 have a hard time converting CoQ10 into its usable form. The lion’s share of the valuable CoQ10 enzyme disappears - making it impossible to give your cells the protection and nourishment they need.

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