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Dr. Tim Jackson – Mitochondrial dysfunction, mold and MTHFR solutions – Podcast #124

Dr. Tim Jackson – Mitochondrial dysfunction, mold and MTHFR solutions – Podcast #124

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In this video podcast, Dr. Justin Marchegiani and Dr. Tim Jackson dive into a stimulating discussion about mitochondria, the enzyme MTHFR, genetic testing, and mycotoxin. Join them and pick up some valuable information as Dr. Tim Jackson shares his knowledge and expertise on gene SNPs, factors that affect them, the supplements he recommends, as well as the approach he implements to create a positive impact on someone’s health.

Learn about the mitochondria’s function and discover its connection to the Kreb’s cycle and electron transport chain, both of which are naturally occurring chemical reactions in our bodies. Know and understand the different mitochondria-related issues like infections, low iron, and low B vitamins. Get valuable insight on how these issues are tested, including the diet, nutrients, and supplements to support the mitochondria. And lastly, gain helpful information about mycotoxin and find out different ways to prevent and get rid of them. Watch the video to find out how to mitochondrial dysfunction works and what you can do to solve it.

In this episode, we cover:

4:11 Mitochondria

15:20 Bacterial infections

21:50 Iron and B12 issues

27:10 Glutathione

35:41 Gene SNPs (MTHFR, APO, TON1)

49:13 Mycotoxins

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6 thoughts on “Dr. Tim Jackson – Mitochondrial dysfunction, mold and MTHFR solutions – Podcast #124
  1. Thank you for this program. Would love to see how more in-depth episodes with healing of leaky gut, adrenal fatigue, and more discussions about the mitochondrial dysfunction. 🙂

  2. Waking up gasping can very well be reflux. I didn't believe my doc when he first told me that, but came to realize he was indeed correct. Don't eat reflux triggers like spicy foods, tomato based foods, etc, and another thing that has helped me hugely is making sure to rinse really well to get toothpaste out if my mouth so I don't wake up gasping. And of course raising the head of your bed/using a wedge, need be. 🙂

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