Biotin (vitamin H) is an essential coenzyme that assists in the synthesis and oxidation of fatty acids.
Cholesterol in the liver is made by the conversion of the starting material, acetyl coenzyme A (Acetyl-CoA ).
During the initial glutathione reductase reaction a hydride ion is transferred from the bound coenzyme NADPH to the flavin ring system of FAD.
In addition to dietary changes such as adding calcium, vitamin C, coenzyme Q10, and flaxseed, herbal supplements also work well in helping patients reduce their blood pressure levels.
Additions may include minerals or other key nutrients such as coenzyme Q10.