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Improving Mitochondrial Function | Podcast #222

Improving Mitochondrial Function | Podcast #222

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Hello everyone and welcome to the podcast! Today, we have Dr. Tim Jackson in the house, a doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT), a nutritional biochemist and functional endocrinologist.

Today’s episode talks about mitochondrial health. Listen as Dr. Justin and Dr. Tim engage in an informative discussion about improving the mitochondria, ways to protect the DNA on the mitochondrial side from oxidative stress and damage and importance of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD).

Watch the video and answer the questions about genetic markers that we need to look at to gleam a predisposition of having mitochondrial stress or dysfunction, learn the effects of glutathione deficiency and superoxide dismutase, and many more!

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In this episode, we cover:

00:17 Genetic Markers

01:42 Ways to Protect DNA from Oxidative Stress and Damage

09:55 Carnitine

15:31 Three Pronged Approach: Repair, Protect and Fuel

29:06 Glutathione S-transferase Mu


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6 thoughts on “Improving Mitochondrial Function | Podcast #222
  1. Brilliant Dr J. My new favorite vid! btw "Triphala" has been excellent at preventing the return of my SIBO by encouraging healthy peristalsis ect. I've been taking it for 6 years. It is my daily detox tonic. I buy the organic in bulk and sometimes put it into capsules or just drink triphala water or add it to matcha. Here are some details if anyone is interested. Triphala (Sanskrit: triphalā [t̪ripʰəl̪aː], “three fruits”) is an Ayurvedic herbal rasayana formula consisting of equal parts of three myrobalans, taken without seed: Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula). Triphala is a gentle laxative that can be used daily and is not habit-forming, and has no adverse effects on the intestinal flora. The list of benefits are long. It helps to prevent: cancer, cavities, weight gain, hair loss, and is also an anti-inflammatory and offers great detoxification support, especially when doing a pathogen purge.

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