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Cyto-Q t/f

Cyto-Q t/f is a medical food designed for dietary management in patients affected by mitochondrial cytopathies. This liposomal ubiquinol solution provides greater bioavailability and antioxidant functionality than most commercially available CoQ10 formulations using ubiquinone. Though perfect for tube feeding, this unflavored liquid can also be taken orally. Refer to the FAQs on this page to learn more.

Available for purchase only on behalf of individuals under medical supervision and current medical care, Cyto-Q t/f is allergen-tested at no detectable level (NDL) for eggs, dairy, fish, crustacean, gluten, corn, tree nuts, and peanuts; it does, however, contain trace amounts of soy.

Solace Nutrition realizes that in many cases, especially when using our medical foods for managing specific medical conditions, more in-depth knowledge may be required. Please contact our experienced customer service team immediately if this applies. We are happy to work with you one-on-one to assist with utilizing Cyto-Q t/f most effectively for each individual patient.


What form of CoQ10 is used in Cyto-Q Max?

Cyto-Q Max delivers CoQ10 in its reduced form of Ubiquinol, which is more easily absorbed and utilized. The most common form is Ubiquinone, but it needs to be converted to Ubiquinol in the body before being absorbed. Persons with compromised mitochondrial systems have been shown to be inefficient at this conversion.

How much Cyto-Q t/f should I take each day?

Daily intake should be determined by your healthcare professional specializing in mitochondrial disorders. Each milliliter (mL) of Cyto-Q t/f contains 8 mg of available Ubiquinol

How much Ubiquinol is there in a box of Cyto-Q t/f?

Each box contains two bottles of 170mL of liquid with 8mg of Ubiquinol per mL. The total liquid is 340mL at 8mg per mL delivers 2,720mg of Ubiquinol.

How should I consume Cyto-Q t/f?

Cyto-Q t/f is designed to be used in tube feedings, but can also be taken orally. Cyto-Q t/f is unflavored Ubiquinol. Add it to the beverage or tube feeding, stir well and consume.

Is Cyto-Q t/f tested for allergens?

Cyto-Q t/f has been tested allergen-free of gluten, egg, wheat, fish, crustacean, corn, tree nuts and peanut. Also, it has been tested GMO-free. It does, however, have trace amounts of soy.

How soon after the Cyto-Q t/f is added to a tube feeding formula does it have to be consumed?

Once diluted and added to the tube feeding formula, Cyto-Q t/f needs to be consumed within a 2-3 hours.

Can Cyto Q t/f be taken by orally?

Yes, but it is unflavored and not considered “tasty”. It is designed for tube feeding purposes.

Can Cyto Q t/f be mixed in juice?

Yes, Cyto Q can be mixed in your favorite juice and consumed immediately. Do not keep mixture for later consumption.

How do you know if Cyto-Q t/f has been oxidized (exposed to air for too long)?

Cyto-Q t/f is a milky white color. The liquid will turn to an orange color when exposed to air for too long of a period.

How should Cyto-Q t/f be stored?

All bottles (opened or unopened) should be kept in a cool, dry place (not in the refrigerator). Reseal opened bottles and use within 3 months.

Does Cyto-Q t/f contain artificial or natural coloring?

Cyto-Q t/f does NOT contain any natural or artificial coloring.

What ingredients are used in Cyto-Q t/f?

Purified Water, Ubiquinol, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Soy Lecithin, Polysorbate 80, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate and D-Alpha Tocopherol.

Is Cyto-Q t/f nutritionally complete?

No, Cyto-Q t/f only contains Ubiquinol. It is not a source of vitamins and minerals. Cyto-Q t/f should not be used as a sole source of nutrition.