Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

How Gut Bugs and Antibiotics Impact Mitochondria

How Gut Bugs and Antibiotics Impact Mitochondria – Dr. J Live Q & A

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Mitochondria is ‘the powerhouse of the cell.’ It’s an organelle that lives within the cell to produce the energy source known as adenosine triphosphate (ATP) – the body’s currency. They play a role in many cellular activities spanning from energy homeostasis and detoxification to cell death. We have Dr. J chatting about mitochondrial dysfunction, what causes it, and how we can avoid and or deal with it.

Dr. J highlighted poor diet as one factor that can deteriorate mitochondrial function; therefore, it will stress our health. Studies show that prolonged antibiotic treatment can lead to detrimental side effects in patients, including ototoxicity, nephrotoxicity, and tendinopathy. Yet, the mechanisms underlying antibiotics’ effects in mammalian systems remain unclear.

Dr. J recommends a healthier diet such as natural herbs, organic food, and additional vitamins and minerals to have a good digestive function and robust immune system.

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