When did you last check your mitochondrial health?
Dr. Jay Davidson’s wife, Heather, struggled with severe and chronic health issues her entire life: sinus scraping, multiple ablations on her heart, going into a coma and struggling with Lyme disease, parasites and heavy metals…
They spent a number of their years with different doctors and specialists, looking for the right person to tell them why she was so fatigued, having heart palpitations, couldn’t sleep and never had any energy. Each doctor told them something a little different
Then they’d try a new protocol. Sometimes, a little bit of progress… …maybe just enough to function for a few hours a day or go run some errands, but she was always careful to conserve her energy for fear of another crash. —
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When Heather had a miscarriage, they discovered that her mitochondrial function was very low. This is when Dr. Jay started learning more about the importance of the mitochondria for vibrant health and wellness.
Mitochondrial health is one of the big missing links as to why people get sick… and stay sick. Your mitochondria convert nutrients from cells into energy, giving them the ability to carry out various functions, like growth, metabolism and cellular reproduction.
When is the last time you paid attention to your mitochondrial health? In high school science class, your probably learned that the mitochondria are the “powerhouse of the cell,” but it’s much more complex than that. Truth is, the majority of us are walking around with less than ideal mitochondrial health, leading to fatigue and chronic illness.
When you support your mitochondria, you could influence such conditions as: + Alzheimer’s disease + Anxiety, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder + Cancer + Cardiovascular disease/atherosclerosis + CFIDS + Diabetes + Exercise intolerance and fatigue + Fibromyalgia and myofascial pain + Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease + Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease + Sarcopenia (loss of muscle) + Senescence (aging) —
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Yes, I don’t know much about the topic. I do try to let you guys know about any free upcoming seminars. I never know who might be interested in listening in. 🙂
Only time I’ve learned about mitochondria is in biology, the powerhouse of the cell!
Yes, there doesn’t seem to be much information, other than basic science class.