Recommended daily intake: 80mg
Whole Food Sources:
- Red Meats (wild game contains higher concentrations than domestic; boiling the meat preserves more coQ10 than frying)
- Fish (salmon, tuna, herring, trout; boil to preserve higher levels)
- Oils (canola and soybean)
- Nuts and Seeds (peanuts, walnuts, sesame seeds, pistachios; raw seeds have higher levels than roasted)
- Hard Boiled Eggs
Disclaimer (because this is America): I am not a dietitian or a physician. I am a diabetic armed with a giant book called Prescription for Nutritional Healing (Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, 2010) and access to a whole slew of nutritional websites. I experiment on myself constantly, but that does not mean you should. Unless, of course, your doctor says its ok.