Ubiquinol in Food

Ubiquinol Content in Common Foods

Ubiquinol is found in differing amounts in many foods, including oily fish, meats or whole grains. However, it is difficult to achieve the daily recommended dose without consuming excessive amounts of these foods.

For example, sardines are one of the most Ubiquinol-rich foods, but you would need to eat more than 14kg of sardines to get 100mg of Ubiquinol.

The Ubiquinol that occurs naturally in foods also oxidises very quickly and is easily converted to Ubiquinone, the inactive form of CoQ10 when it is cooked.

In order to receive the daily minimum required amount of Ubiquinol, the recommended dose is 100 – 150mg.


1.5kg Peanuts

20 Grass Fed Steaks

34 Chicken Breasts

50 cups Spinach

60 Avocados

100 tbsp Canola Oil

120 cans of Sardines

133 tbsp Olive Oil