Heart disease remains one of the world’s biggest killers, and with cholesterol management often deemed a major weapon against the condition, the number of statin prescriptions has continued to soar.

However, because statins can cause agonising side effects, many believe that the benefits have been oversold and the risks understated. What's more, 2019 research suggests that for 50% of people, statins have a negligible effect on bad cholesterol.

With statins now the most prescribed drug in the United Kingdom, we decided to focus our attention on the relationship between coenzyme Q10 and statins, answering the most common questions which tend to be asked.

Let’s get right to it.