Thursday, October 22, 2020
Mitochondrial Health

Mitochondrial physiology in health and disease: Biogenesis, growth and function, Fleming Dela

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  1. Many thanks, I’ve been looking for “mitochondrial function profile blood test” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Miyason Mitochondria Masker – (search on google ) ? Ive heard some super things about it and my buddy got great results with it.

  2. I’m going to comment the “all roads lead to Rome” section of the talk. My guard is up when we have such flippancy. “All diets work” is a mantra you hear from the established dogma (particularly those that have been advocating low fat diets). What this means is there will be some short-term weight loss no matter what diet you do, because of calorie restriction. (so might as well make it low fat, seems to be the implication) But the devil is in the details and certainly in the long term and the evidence clearly shows low fat diets don’t work particularly .

    Similarly with this idea that it doesn’t matter whether it is high-intensity or high volume exercise, it works to increase mitochondrial volume and function. How about some context on that? What age groups and athletic level are we talking about? What about general health vs athletic performance?
    AND: It is well known there are subjects who are considered “non-responders” or “low-responders” to endurance exercise. That is, there are people who can do 30 minutes of cardio per day for 6 weeks and see NO IMPROVEMENT in VO2 max. Surely this is something to take into consideration before we say “it doesn’t matter” regarding volume vs intensity??

    I could go on and on.

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