Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

How To Optimize Your Mitochondria To Beat Fatigue and Live to 100 w/Ted Achacoso, MD & Ari Whitten



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In recent years, multiple studies have emerged unveiling the immense role mitochondria play in everything from stress resilience, to health to energy levels. It turns out that mitochondria basically function as small batteries and detect threats (toxins, stress, and poor lifestyle choices) at a cellular level. So, how do mitochondria work? Is there a direct connection between the health of your mitochondria and fatigue? And what can you do to optimize your mitochondria and live to 100?
This week, I have a very special guest, whom I have been wanting to interview for a very long time. His name is Dr. Ted Achacoso and he is an expert on mitochondria and health. We are going to be talking about the function of mitochondria in our bodies and how they influence everything from disease, chronic inflammation, stress resistance, and aging.
This is a very special episode and there is so much to discuss about mitochondrial health that we ended up talking for almost 2 hours. I am super excited about this episode, and I hope you will appreciate it too. 😊
IN THIS PODCAST, YOU’LL LEARN
• Why mitochondria are essential for vitamin D production
• How environmental changes affect your mitochondria
• The main reason why you age and how you can slow down aging
• How overeating cause breakdown of the mitochondria and how fasting improves their health
• One of the most common things people do to be healthy that damages their mitochondria (and how you can avoid it)
• Why avoiding blue light at night keeps your mitochondria healthy
• The 4 major keys to optimizing mitochondrial health and live to 100
• How relationships affect your mitochondria
• The best type of exercise for healthy strong mitochondria

Show Notes
What bioenergetics is and how it relates to mitochondria (6:47)
Why you should always view your mitochondria and cell nucleus as two separate organisms (25:32)
Why it is important to talk about mitochondria (30:25)
How environment affect mitochondrial health (34:18)
The main driver of aging (43:19)
How you can slow down aging (48:18)
How overtraining damages mitochondria (55:51)
How blue light at night affect your mitochondrial health (1:01:36)
How food dyes and prescription drugs affect mitochondrial health (1:02:35)
How the microbiome and mitochondria communicate (1:11:56)
Top 3 tips to improve mitochondrial health (1:18:18)
How to exercise for optimal mitochondrial health (1:23:15)
How to sleep to optimize your mitochondria (1:29:35)
Remove toxic environments and relationships from your life (1:36:22)
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36 thoughts on “How To Optimize Your Mitochondria To Beat Fatigue and Live to 100 w/Ted Achacoso, MD & Ari Whitten
  1. I can only reiterate on comments already made. Brilliant from both the interviewer and the interviewee.
    The content is pure gold. I am now an admirer of both men. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. Many thanks🌷🌷

  2. Ari, You are learning & enjoying it. It is useful for people with much knowledge of the field. However, you lose people like me who know somewhat about this topic and have just dipped in. It seems you are the few audience who get the points and enjoy them. There is not much explanation and/or clarification.
    2. Also note, with the articulate speakers, I check on what they say. I pause and google that word or concept. I learn it and come back to the clip. Here, Ted is not an articulate speaker. He tends to speak coming from his fascination and you seem to listen coming from your fascination. You need to bear in mind how clear are the points for the listeners, especially with a speaker who does not utter articulately. Stronger moderating is needed with so much technical explanations.

    You lost me.

  3. A wonderful marriage of practical historical research information for remedies, the antidotes to adjust perception and daily lifestyle for all aspects of wellness and personal balance. Moderation in all things is the wonderful key to the Keto guilt trip put down by the Keto community. Absolutely exquisite information!!!!! Thank you greatly for this interview Ari!!!!

  4. Wow! I just stumbled upon this podcast and now I can relate all that I learnt in last few months. Thank you so much from India. That was one terrific insight into our body processes.

  5. Great! Thanks for the video.. All I can think is that there HAS to be technology out there which look at a live sample of your blood, and see how well your mitochondria are working in REAL TIME.. I mean.. like an RPM meter for atp synthase, and the electrón gradient charge, or water creation in complex 4.. etc… The truth is… ALL metabolic disease could be prevented by testing mitochondria.. Its just a no brainer to check these power plants.. I heard that atpase spins at 9000 RPM… Could it be that simple that if it spins at 4000 RPM, then… you're not doing well? I think the future of healthcare depends on studies that this bioenergerics dude is looking into.. I sure wish I had the ENERGY I had as a kid, and running downstairs from the smell of Pillsbury cinnamon rolls! 😜

  6. Wow Dr Ted is brilliant! I’ve been studying nutrition, psychology, exercise and fasting for years but this information gets down to the biochemistry of the whole human system and the way we take in and use things for energy. What we eat and how we move about dictates what we can do with our body and for how long. So much of it should be common sense to us, the way he’s describing how to create healthy lifestyle..eat the right amount and types of foods that will digest well and fuel your body, don’t over or under work your muscles or your digestive system; get adequate rest for your muscles, mind, & digestion; choose relationships that are nourishing and rewarding. We are such simple creatures when it gets down to our overall basic needs. But the human is a complex ecosystem in and of itself at the same time. Wow, mitochondria were once bacteria that we absorbed and integrated!? Wtf? I have to learn how to become a good caretaker of my precious inner ecosystem.. for so long I’ve been thinking about the outer ecosystem and not truly understanding and focusing within my own body to ask how it’s receiving. I want to hear more… or maybe that’s enough info to change my whole perspective. Thank you 🙏🏻

  7. I know the practical solution to this equation. My biology background and stem cells along with 25 years of mental health work brought me to super foods. Not vegetables. Algae’s

  8. Did I really listen to this for half an hour and he's not talked yet about what and mitochondria needs. If I listen to this whole thing and he doesn't talk about what mitochondria needs I'm going to feel like I really wasted my time

  9. I used Food Grade Peroxide to clean Undigested Meat & Milk in my blood, but an MD said go ahead, I seem to have a handle on things, but only enough to keep me on the fence, I do supplement but only Mercola Products, D3, B12, K2, Meg, COQ10, I can use Mercolas K2 starter for K2 & WheatGrass for Cobalt mineral combined with B!2 Bacteria of Soil, but its hard to keep up

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