I'm considering changing my brand of CoQ10 to one of the reduced forms, Kaneka QH, but I'm not sure if one brand is considered better than another.
Jarrow has their QH-Absorb product, which looks good, but it also has some odd ingredients I haven't heard of before. What's phosphatidycholine? Is that good or bad to take? It also has medium chain triglycerides, which I assume is simply a form of fat? I'll guess it's from soy oil?
Life Extension has their super bioactive brand, recently reformulated to use extra virgin olive oil. I guess all those complaints about them using hydrogenated oil got the point across.
And Healthy Origins just has medium chain triglycerides, lecithin and some generic sorts of stuff.
If price wasn't an issue, which of the above is generally considered as best? Healthy Origins is cheaper, but I'm unsure of their quality. Jarrow and Lef are in the same ballpark price-wise, so of those two, I'd rather just go with whichever one is considered better.