Has anyone ever heard of Coenzyme A, or used it? Dr. Balch ("Prescription for Nutritional Healing") mentions it in his book under "CFS." He says that Coenzyme Q10 "enhances the effectiveness of the immune system and protects the heart" and that Coenzyme A "works with Coenzyme Q10 and aids in the removal of toxic substances from the body." I've read elsewhere that Coenzyme A is involved in energy production. I'm now starting to become a believer in coenzymes of all kinds, since NADH (a coenzyme) and CoQ10 have both (in really high doses) been very helpful for me. I took some Coenzyme A a while back, but stopped since I didn't get an effect (and because the formulation contained cellulose, to which I have an allergy). Now I'm thinking that it might be worth giving another go, but in a much higher dose. (The CoQ10 and NADH did nothing a low doses either.) I wish I could find a brand without cellulose, but unfortunately I can only find one brand of Co A being sold on the Internet (and, I found after looking carefully, it does seem to have cellulose). Still, if I can't find another, I might try this one and hope that my body can handle a little cellulose (since it's not in anything else I'm taking). Thoughts? Experiences? Other coenzymes that I might consider? Thanks!