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 usefulness of most of these supplements is debatable.

Researchers recently observed that a high fat diet, regardless of age, increased the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), which are considered to be a major contributor for fatty liver disease. If mitochondria are performing sub-optimally, a high fat diet may easily contribute to more free radicals being generated, taxing the body systems even more.

Mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum are the primary cellular components that manage fatty aid metabolism. As mitochondrial function and biogenesis decrease with age, ROS productions can overwhelm the body’s detoxification systems, causing oxidative damage.

Top medical researchers are currently reexamining insulin resistance as a mitochondrial issue. Health coaches and providers who realize that cellular and mitochondrial health are the platform for helping clients achieve health restoration and better outcomes will find accurate since based resources and products as a member of Delta Coaching Academy.

The BX Protocol™ is designed to address the primary axis of mitochondrial health and wellness as the gateway to better outcomes.

Reduced mitochondrial mass and function add to age‐related susceptibility toward diet‐induced fatty liver in C57BL/6J miceKerstin Lohr, Fiona Pachl, Amin Moghaddas Gholami, Kerstin E. Geillinger, Hannelore Daniel, Bernhard Kuster, Martin Klingenspor Physiological Reports Published 29 September 2016 Vol. 4 no. e12988 DOI: 10.14814/phy2.12988/.panel-row- wrapper