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Mitochondrial Health

Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Telomere Attrition – Aging | Lecturio

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– Physiological Traits of Aging
– Mitochondrial Dysfunction
– Telomere Attrition

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2 thoughts on “Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Telomere Attrition – Aging | Lecturio
  1. An increase in mitochondrial content reduces the likelyhood for mitochondria to leak oxygen free radicals at cytochrom complex 3(i think it was 3 at least…well its one of cytochroms anyway) because each individual mitochondria wont be over saturated with electrons in the etc, what im getting at is an increase in mitochondria decreases the amount of free radicals produced when you over saturate/tax your body with sugars and energy damands durring exercise..what was said in the video contradicts the literature a little bit I think? Perhaps I hear right

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