Dr. Daenell tells women what they can do about their unwanted weight.
Yes, what I recommend is that they use a special reduced form, they call it, or Ubiquinol of CoQ10. A lot of people have heard of CoQ10 but there is a new form of CoQ10 that has suddenly become available that is the ready-to-go form. It’s the form in your body that you have to take CoQ10 converted into and as it turns out genetically, 35 to 50% of us don’t really do that very readily and that’s the form that your body needs to make that important cellular energy. So I use that.
I also recommend a supplement called deribose. D-ribose is a building block for cellular energy. It’s a 5-carbon sugar, as they call it. But it doesn’t raise your blood sugar in an unhealthy way; it actually helps to keep your blood sugar lowered in a healthy way.
And then finally, something called Resperitol. There are a lot of different Resperitol products out there; a lot of them aren't very effective. You have to use a special form of Resperitol called Trans-Resperitol and make sure it’s standardized to be a very potent dose.
That helps your body make more of the houses, or the powerhouses of the cell, that are actually responsible for producing the ATP. So when I combine these three nutrients, I have been getting great success with my patients.
About Dr. Carrie Louise Daenell, N.D.:
Dr. Carrie Louise Daenell is a licensed naturopathic physician and currently practices as a consultant in Denver, Colorado near Cherry Creek. She was previously the managing editor at the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, is the past-president of the Colorado Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and has served on the Board of Directors for the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians. She conducted her pre-medical studied at the University of Colorado, in Boulder and completed her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Additionally, she is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians.