The Energy Blueprint

Cutting‑Edge Science To Overcome Fatigue and Supercharge Your Body

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What are the Benefits of Pyrroloquinoline Quinone (PQQ)?

What are Mitochondria? Mitochondria are the energy factories or powerhouses of the cell. They are organelles that take in nutrients, break them down, and create energy for the cell in a process known as cellular respiration. Each cell in the human body has hundreds to several thousand mitochondria, and they use over 90% of the

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What is Mitochondrial Dysfunction? Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

What are Mitochondria? Mitochondria are known as the powerhouses of energy factories of the body. 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.  Mitochondria produce more than 90% of the energy needed by the body to

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Workout Hacks, Tribe, Paleo f(x), Plant Medicines with Keith Norris

In this episode, I am speaking with Keith Norris, who is the founder of Paleo f(x) and an elite strength and conditioning specialist, as well as a habit-change expert with over 40 years of experience. We will talk about the best workout hacks to optimize your health, the power of tribe, plant medicines, and of

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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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