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Powerful Cell Hack: Mitochondria Supplements for Improved Energy

Background on Mitochondria Eating a healthy, phytonutrient-rich diet, exercising regularly, and getting good quality sleep are vitally important for improving energy levels, it is often difficult to do while balancing the demands of life. This is where supplements can play an essential role in mitochondrial health. We don’t believe you should rely on supplements to

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The Relevance of Mitochondrial Size in Energy Production

Overview Mitochondria are known as the powerhouses of eukaryotic cells. They are vital to our survival as they generate energy in the form of ATP from the food we eat. This process is known as cellular respiration. In addition, mitochondria store calcium for cell signaling activities, generate heat, and mediate cell growth and death (apoptosis).

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How To Live to 100 with Mitochondrial Biogenesis

What Is Mitochondrial Biogenesis? Mitochondrial biogenesis is simply the process by which your body makes more mitochondria.  This usually occurs as a result of an increased demand for energy. [efn_note] Jornayvaz, François R, and Gerald I Shulman. “Regulation of mitochondrial biogenesis.” Essays in biochemistry vol. 47 (2010): 69-84. doi:10.1042/bse0470069 [/efn_note] The result of mitochondrial biogenesis

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Can Red Light Therapy Cause Skin Cancer?

The medical field is always looking for new, non-invasive treatments for common physical ailments. Patients want to be cured with as little discomfort as possible. The fewer side effects, the better. After all, medical treatments are supposed to fix medical complaints, not cause more. Today, a gentle medical procedure called red light therapy is gaining

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Adrenal Fatigue: Signs, Symptoms, and Myths

Adrenal Fatigue is a term applied to a set of non-specific symptoms that include fatigue and extreme tiredness, weak immune system, depression, anxiety, brain fog, low blood sugar, low libido, waking up tired even after 7 or 8 hours of sleep, cravings for sugary or salty foods and trouble sleeping through the night (especially waking

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Best Foods To Eat For Healthy Mitochondria

Mitochondria are organelles found inside every living cell, which is why mitochondrial dysfunction is a serious. Their primary function is to supply cellular energy by producing adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Mitochondria also play an essential role in cell signaling, cellular differentiation, and cell death, as well as control of the cell cycle and cell growth [efn_note]Wesselinka,

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Benefits of Red Light THerapy

Does Red Light Therapy Really Have Positive Benefits?

There’s increasing discussion in the health world around red light therapy and whether it’s a legitimate therapeutic technique with benefits [efn_note] Herridge, L, (2012). LED Lights Used in Plant Growth Experiments for Deep Space Missions. NASA. 2012 Sept 11. [/efn_note]. On one side of the conversation, there appears to be a growing body of evidence

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What Does It Mean To Be Emotionally Drained?

Overview: Most of us encounter some stress in our daily lives. These usually revolve around work, health, finances and other issues that demand our attention affecting our mental health. Small amounts of stress can be beneficial, such as when it helps you avoid danger or meet a deadline, but sometimes the duration or severity of

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Can dehydration cause fatigue

Can Dehydration Cause Fatigue?

Overview of Fatigue and Dehydration Fatigue is one of the most common complaints brought to doctors and it is commonly linked back to dehydration or not drinking enough water. Dehydration occurs when your body loses more fluids than it takes in making it difficult to carry out normal day to day functions.  Even mild dehydration

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Red Light Therapy for Pain

Does Red Light Therapy Work for Pain?

Chronic pain is an enormous problem for people around the world. In the US alone, around 100 million of us are affected by a range of life-limiting painful conditions – and it’s estimated to cost the economy between $560-635 billion annually, both in health care costs and lost productivity. Part of the reason chronic pain

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