According to WebMD, CoQ10 is a substance that acts like a vitamin. It is found in each cell in your body, and it is produced naturally by the body. CoQ10 is used by cells to get needed energy for maintenance and growth. ... More »

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As of 2015, there is decent scientific evidence that taking CoQ10 is beneficial in the treatment of high blood pressure and chronic heart failure, according to Mayo Clinic. There is very strong scientific evidence that s... More »

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CoQ10, or Coenzyme Q10, is prescribed when there is a deficiency in the body that results in symptoms that include high blood pressure, heart failure and chest pain, states Mayo Clinic. CoQ10 may also be used in the trea... More »

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Vitamin B17, otherwise known as Laetrile and amygdalin, is not a vitamin because the substance has not been proven to be necessary for human health, according to the American Cancer Society. A 2006 study published in the... More »

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According to MedicineNet, a precursor to a vitamin is an inactive substance that later converts to a vitamin. Any chemical that eventually transforms into another is known as a precursor. More »

Increased intake of vitamin D is recommended in cases of vitamin D deficiency, according to WebMD. Deficiency of vitamin D occurs in people who avoid sunlight and have dark skin or in people who do not consume enough vit... More »

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Vitamin B6 does provide the body with energy by converting foods into glucose. Glucose in turn is used by the body for energy, as stated by the University of Maryland Medical Center. More »

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