as a result of the statin's side affect of the reductions of their CoQ10 production in their body
"Supplementation with commercially available coenzyme Q10 has no robust evidence of clinical benefit. With supplementation, serum concentrations are raised, although there is no good data to suggest a clinically important rise in coenzyme Q10 within muscle mitochondria, where the coenzyme's activity is reported to be the major cause of concern."
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