This is our review for a product called Nature’s Bounty CoQ10.  Nature’s Bounty CoQ10 is a dietary supplement that it intended to improve cardiovascular health, and restore COQ10 levels in people on Statin medication. Statin medication reduces COQ10 levels in the body, therefore, this supplement helps replenish what was depleted by the medication. The manufacturer claims that their CoQ10 is sourced from yeast fermentation and not from tobacco as it is with some CoQ10.


  • Calories
  • Calories from fat
  • Q-Sob Coenzyme Q10

Q-Sob Coenzyme Q10 is also referred to as CoQ10 or Coenzyme Q 10. It is known to be very important for the heart health. It helps improve the production of energy in the heart, pancreas, liver, and kidneys, which then improves the way that these organs function. We could not find any information on the benefits of calories as ingredients in a product. We found it strange that they are listed as ingredients because calories are normally listed in nutrition information and not in supplements facts as it is with Nature’s Bounty CoQ10.

Other ingredients: Rice Bran Oil, Titanium Dioxide Color, Soy Lecithin, and Vegetable Glycerine


The recommended dose is one softgel daily, taken with meals.

Possible Side Effects

CoQ10 is known to lower blood pressure, which could be a problem if you already have a low blood pressure. Other possible side effects for CoQ10 include diarrhea, loss of appetite, vomiting nausea, skin rashes and upset stomach. This product is intended for adults only. Speak to your doctor before taking Nature’s Bounty CoQ10 if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any kind of medication or have an existing medical condition.


Nature’s Bounty CoQ10 can be bought online from third-party retailers. The price differs per retailer, according to the amount of softgels in a bottle and the milligrams of each softgels. We found the measurements very confusing when looking for prices. There is a bottle with 39 softgels that are 400mg each, there is one with 80 softgels that are 200mg each, there is another one with 60 softgels that are 100mg each. There is also another bottle with 45 softgels that are 200mg each. It is not easy to tell which one is the cheapest deal because prices vary per retailer. Nevertheless, 39 capsules (400mg) cost between $17.99 and $22.99, 60 capsules (100mg) cost between $18.99 and $23.99, and 80 capsules (200mg) cost between $20.99 and $24.99.


We did not find any information relating to the manufacturer’s guarantee and it appears that they might not have one. It is concerning not to have a guarantee for a product that affects one of the most important organs in the body because this means that the manufacturer is not confident about the effectiveness of the product.

Our Nature’s Bounty CoQ10 Review-Conclusion

Nature’s Bounty CoQ10 contains CoQ10, which has been proven to be beneficial for supporting the body’s most vital organs like the heart, liver, pancreas and kidneys. It is also known to be effective for restoring CoQ10 levels in the body, especially for people who are taking Statin medication. We would like to believe that this product is effective, however, there are some concerns, which make us doubt its effectiveness.
“Calories” and “Calories from fat” are listed under supplement facts, which means they are some of the ingredients of this product. We could not find any information as to why they are listed as ingredients, and their use. Calories are usually listed under nutrition facts because they refer to energy that individuals get from food and the energy they use in physical activity. It does not make sense how it is an ingredient. We also found the prices and measurements of the product very confusing. Considering these, and the fact that there is no money-back guarantee despite the side effects that CoQ10 has, we do not have faith in this product. We recommend that you look for something else.

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