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CEO Sara Soulati is the creator of the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program, a patent-pending lifestyle modification and disease prevention program.

Over 35 days, she coaches, teaches and supports people as they experience her program, and in a series of audiotapes, she shares information about a variety of topics oriented to lifestyle modification. Sara is a proponent of coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10, a powerful antioxidant used by the body to help convert food into energy.

The highest levels of CoQ10 are found in the heart, liver, kidneys, and pancreas. These are the organs in the body that benefit from proper circulation, like other parts of the body, too. When people enroll in the Sara Soulati Health for Life Program, they receive a therapy called Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP). It is a therapy that promotes circulation throughout the body and all organs. At Global Cardio Care Centers, cardiovascular disease is the number one disease being addressed by Sara’s program with EECP.

Why CoQ10?

As the body ages, free radical damage increases. If free radicals are not treated with antioxidants, these damaging particles can contribute to heart disease and reduced energy metabolism in the liver, heart and skeletal muscles. This is why we need CoQ10 as an antioxidant to alleviate the damages caused by free radicals in the body.

CoQ10 can be found in the foods we eat; however, if you’re a vegan, as Sara recommends, you will get CoQ10 from roasted peanuts, canola oils, fruits, roasted pistachio nuts and boiled broccoli, for example. Other sources are beef and chicken; however, flesh is not recommended in the lifestyle program Sara has created. To get more CoQ10 in your diet, you can take a daily supplement. If you are going to take a supplement, ensure the supplement is pure. CoQ10 supplements are not inexpensive, and if you find a supplement that is cheaper than others on the shelf, it is likely laden with filler. Check the label and ensure you are buying the proper product. Consult your dietitian or physician prior to taking supplements on a daily basis.