Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Other Causes of Chronic Fatigue – Mold and Candida Contribute | Podcast #287
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We are zooming in on the body today looking specifically at how your mitochondria is linked to energy levels, and how its dysfunction can lead to chronic fatigue. Dr. Justin Marchegiani even gives us a little Mitochondria 101 so we can better understand the concept in this podcast. To function properly, your mitochondria needs certain nutrients, the most essential compound being Acetyl-CoA. This means our body needs to be able to properly digest and break down our fats, carbs, and proteins (which make up the acetyl coenzyme A).
Dr. J explains that Candida (yeast overgrowth) and micotoxins can also be major stressors to the mitochondria and our immune system. This can further zap energy, contributing to the chronic fatigue. To support this topic, Dr. J and Dr. Evan Brand are using studies and their own medical experience and research. If you experience chronic or accute fatigue, this is a podcast you don’t want to miss.
Your mitochondria are the powerhouse of your cells that help you generate atp/energy. Your mitochondria require amino acids, b-vitamins, coq10, carnitine, creatine, and other mitochondrial nutrients to name a few. Candida and mold toxins can stress out your mitochondrial, they can decrease nutrients available to your mitochondria. These candida and mitochondrial toxins can also stress our immune system (th1 and natural killer cells), which continue to take more available nutrients and resources from generating energy.
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