7 TIPS TO BOOST YOUR BODY’S ENERGY FACTORIES

Caring for your mitochondria is one of the best ways to take care of your health — and enjoy better energy, metabolism, and mental focus in the process.  Here are 7 tips to bolster your mitochondria, so you can perform at your peak: Do strength training and...

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Top tips to getting back your fit bod back!!

How to make a comeback after taking "time off" from fitness "Through every generation of the human race there has been a constant war, a war with fear. Those who have the courage to conquer it are made free and those who are conquered by it are made to suffer until...

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Lyme Disease and How to Protect yourself

There are an estimated 300,000 lyme disease infections that are reported each year in the United States according to the CDC, not including countless infections where people are unaware or misdiagnosed.  Preventing lyme disease is primarily spread through the bite of...

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How Much Exercise is Good for Mitochondria?

Exercise Makes Muscle Mitochondria Happy!! Over the past several decades there has been an increased focus on the effect of exercise, diet, aging and disease on mitochondrial health.  Why? Your mitochondria are the POWER HOUSES within your cells. Therefore,...

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South Beach Diet vs. Ketogenic Diet

  Energy can’t be created or destroyed. Just ask someone trying to lose weight. As much as we may want to destroy stored energy (body fat), the truth is, this energy needs to be converted.   In order to convert energy stored as body fat to something else, an...

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Mitochondria:The Gatekeepers Of Health

What Are Mitochondria? Mitochondria are peanut-shaped microscopic energy packs inside every human cell. Red blood cells are the exception.Similar to a city’s power plant, the mitochondria have the immense job of producing power to fuel the needs of a human...

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Are My Mitochondria Performing Optimally?

Fatigue And Mitochondria Low energy and fatigue are primary complaints familiar to most health coaches and health care providers. In fact, U.S. News & World Report ranks fatigue among the top health complaints. Fatigue that doesn’t go away with rest or sleep...

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What Damages Mitochondria?

Current Modern Conditions Impair Mitochondrial Function Exposure to pollution, cigarette smoke (including e- cigs), antibiotics, bacteria, viruses, heavy metals, processed food additives and preservatives, sugar and artificial sweeteners, GMOs, pesticides, pain...

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How Do I Clean Up My Mitochondria?

If you’ve ever replaced an air filter or changed the oil in a vehicle, you know how particulates can build up to clog and damage the machinery in an engine. The inside of a mitochondria under microscope looks like a tiny air filter. Toxins, bacteria and other...

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New Advances In Mitochondrial Health

Until recently, most of the focus on mitochondrial health has been directed toward treating symptoms. Additionally, the use of dietary supplements aimed at increasing energy production in cells rarely demonstrates any significant effects in clinical trials. The...

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Are Your Mitochondria Aging You Too Soon?

Researchers have now conclusively demonstrated mitochondria are major triggers of cell aging. This new information changes everything in the field of health restoration. The focus is squarely on mitochondria as determinants of overall health, as scientists move closer...

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Mitochondria: The Key To Hormone Balance

Hormone balance begins in the mitochondria. Mitochondria act to convert cholesterol to pregnenolone, which is necessary to make testosterone and estrogen. Additionally, receptors for estrogens, androgen and thyroid hormones are found in mitochondria. The level of...

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