By Dr. Mercola
Dr. Barry focuses on clinical research development and collaboration and on the development of the technical, business and commercial translation of products and technology.
Dr. Barry earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from Boston College; his Ph.D. in chemistry/biochemistry from the University of Maryland; postdoctoral research in Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at Harvard Medical School; and was a staff researcher in neuropathology at Harvard Medical School.
He is an active member of numerous professional associations including the American Chemical Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
What’s the Difference Between Ubiquinol and CoQ10?
There is a good reason why CoQ10 is one of the most popular supplements sold today. Largely because it is a highly effective metabolic agent and when people use it they tend to notice an improvement, especially in their energy levels.
Ubiquinol is the reduced, electron-rich form of coenzyme Q10. Although it was well known within research circles since the late 1950’s, it wasn’t introduced commercially until about 2006. Ubiquinol is highly unstable, and therefore not suitable to be put into pill or capsule form. That all changed once a company