Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Mitochondrial Health

MITOCHONDRIAL HEALTH AND LONGEVITY | The Impact of Mitochondrial Dysfunction on Aging [2020]

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WHAT’S THE IMPACT OF MITOCHONDRIAL DYSFUNCTION ON AGING? Mitochondrial disease becomes more prevalent as we age, but is it a consequence of aging…or the other way around? Do malfunctioning mitochondria cause aging?

That’s the focus of these videos, as we examine the causes of mitochondrial dysfunction and the impact it has on longevity. We take a closer look at what is happening to our mitochondria as we age and how they play a role as one of the primary hallmarks of aging when they become dysfunctional.

We know the mitochondria as the powerhouse of the cell, but what do we know about how well our cells function if their power source is diseased or dysfunctional? This is the second in a series on mitochondria. If you missed the previous video, we covered what mitochondria are and what they do.

Be sure to stay tuned for the third in the series. That’s where we’ll look at strategies to build and maintain healthy mitochondria.


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8 thoughts on “MITOCHONDRIAL HEALTH AND LONGEVITY | The Impact of Mitochondrial Dysfunction on Aging [2020]
  1. For what it’s worth to oil and coconut oil causes brain regeneration like for strokes example. Source is army and sago mine disaster victim. Chicken broth tells the body don’t shoot stupid that’s me ..helpers easy arthritis aches. Condroitin and glucosamine causes the joint cartilage to resmooth the joint cartillege and be more rounded again. Synovial luid ought to move better. I’ve had aphasia. Several strokes. I take the fish oil and coconut oil daily. Once couldn’t walk. Barely crawl stumbling on hands and knees, couldn’t understand English from patient. One of my strokes too about 7 or so years to recover another took less. Try to walk if u can or move 29 to 4o minutes. It re
    Eases BDNF. Brain derived neurotrophic factor for brain growth factor. Walking talking doing pretty fine after all that. Problems seeing reading. Other stroke issues.

  2. Hi Lance, can you address the role of statin use in mitochondrial dysfunction? I took them 9 years. Still have leg pain and fatigue. Suggestions for vitamins would be great!

  3. Lance, the evidence is quite clear what destroys the mitochondria is cumulative deuterium interference. I’m wondering if you knew that? Because removing deuterium from the body via drinking water that is deuterium depleted is the best mitochondrial geroprotector there is, may not be widely known, but the science is quite conclusive of this. Thank you for your video!

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