Saturday, January 23, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

Weight Loss and Mitochondrial Health with New Gene Therapy with Liz Parrish and the Doctor

PGC-1α (PGC-1 alpha) is the master regulator of mitochondrial biogenesis. In other words, it’s in charge of making new mitochondria. As the powerhouses of cells, mitochondria are needed to maintain a healthy body weight, optimal energy levels, and normal brain function.

Liz Parrish of BioViva Science and Dr. Sewell of Integrated Health Systems discuss this remarkable gene therapy.

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9 thoughts on “Weight Loss and Mitochondrial Health with New Gene Therapy with Liz Parrish and the Doctor
  1. It seemed like you were pretending to know less about the topic to ask questions.
    Especially regarding the difference between subcutaneous fat and that around your organs.

    It seemed artificial, you can just say "x is important, please explain it to the viewers".

    Anyways, interesting content over all, thank you!

  2. Dear Liz,

    I am 32 year old male who has been subject to a Sociopathic father since birth. The control was extended beyond the norm due to cultural and religious factors.

    The severity of the gaslighting has resulted in premature aging, and systemic breakdown including cognitive decline at a rather young age, chronic inflation, and some respiratory issues.

    I share all this with you as a context for the following.

    I believe myself to be a worthy candidate to receive treatment if your company chooses to do any socially-oriented pro Bono work. I understand that technology is currently very expensive, and while I intend to work toward affording it. I am currently years away from being able to.

    I am someone who cares deeply about justice. And, I hope one day damages inflicted on the life course of a person will be rendered recuperable by your technology. But, I also care for my own life, and for justice for myself. I hope to be able to receive your treatment at an age where I am still young enough to enjoy my life. Just to add a small personal touch let me share that the same cultural and religious factors were used to prevent me from developing a normal socio-sexual life during my teens and twenties which I deeply regret having missed out on, and with my current health issues can't help but feel that I may never get to experience in my lifetime.

    In my earlier years, I was obsessed with an idea of a "Super-Soldier Metamorphasis" as justice for the loss for my youth. Maybe, I watched too much X-men when I was younger. I loved that you were willing to be patient 0.

    Anyways, I just wanted to be bold enough to ask. If you need a lab rat to go all out on…I am very happy to be it.

    Saiyid Hassan Ali

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