Vitaline CoQ10 is currently one of the most popular brands. Since they specialize in CoEnzyme Q10, they offer a wide array of dosage options for their supplements. One user emailed me asking me if Vitaline CoQ10 is a ripoff? The answer is definitely not – they are a good company that produce good products. Here’s my full Vitaline CoQ10 review so you can see why I feel this way…
The company behind Vitaline CoQ10
Vitaline is based in Green Bay, Wisconsin… that’s nice to hear because I always prefer to buy from American companies. What really sets them apart from the other dietary supplement companies is that they cater to professionals in the health care industry, instead of the supermarket store shelf. So this is why doctors are known to frequently recommend the Vitaline CoQ10 brand to their patients.
The clinically proven CoQ10?
Something else that sets apart Vitaline is said best by their tagline “The clinically proven CoQ10.” The company works closely with research institutes, universities, and researchers in the development of their products. Therefore, they are able to make a number of product claims that the other guys can’t.
For example, they state that Vitaline CoQ10 is the only CoQ10 supplement that is proven to not be toxic neurologically when it is taken in larger doses (up to 3,000 milligrams daily). They’ve conducted clinical trials to ensure their CoQ10 is safe, effective, and pure. In fact, it’s so pure, that their website says it’s the purest you can buy!
Vitaline CoQ10 Products
Now after you’ve read all that, you’re probably thinking their products probably cost an arm and a leg. Well according to them, affordability is also one of their core values… so their CoQ10 supplements are not extremely expensive. They even say that their pricing is competitive with many name brands you see at vitamin stores.
My Personal Review
Although I haven’t had a chance to buy them yet (I need to use up my existing CoQ10 first) I do plan on checking them out next. What particularly turned me on about Vitaline CoQ10 was that they offered chewable wafers in order to help with absorption – that’s something I haven’t seen offered by anyone else yet. They also have these wafers in an assortment of flavors which is an added bonus. Overall, I give Vitaline CoQ10 two thumbs up in my book. That being said, I think there are several other brands out there which also deliver high quality CoQ10 supplements at fair and reasonable prices.