Posts Tagged ‘anti-inflammatory’

Inflammation is Controlled by Cytokines

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What are Cytokines? Cytokines are a group of proteins, peptides and glycoproteins produced by specific cells of the immune system. They are signalling molecules that control and regulate immunity, inflammation and hematopoiesis. Where are Cytokines Produced? Cytokines are produced by a wide range of immune cells. This involves a broad range of cells, including macrophages,…

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CoQ10 – Clinical Use Beyond Heart Disease

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Coenzyme CoQ10 plays a very important role in heart disease. Click here to read about the need for CoQ10 supplementation when taking statins. Click here to learn how to select a CoQ10 supplement and what makes a good one. CoQ10 can also be useful for several other disease processes, as I will discuss below. All…

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