Sunday, June 4, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

EX-e: Fat changes how Mitochondria Behave (Mitochondrial Fission)

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11 thoughts on “EX-e: Fat changes how Mitochondria Behave (Mitochondrial Fission)
  1. MITOCHONDRIA! I'm likely going to start focusing on low carb diet on health, as well as fasting on health starting next week. I've read 12 studies over the last few weeks and have started organizing the literature to find trends for stronger conclusions.

  2. Please excuse my stupidity but I have a somewhat connected question…

    What are the benefits or harms of MCT oil containing products for those who are normal to underweight in the context of a lower carb diet? Perhaps not fully keto – 30% protein 45% fat 25% carb (high fibre / veg).

  3. What sort of fat was infused and was it in the context of keto adapted or typical high carb/high sugar diet? Was the fat infusion substituting anything or was it an additional calorie source for the day? I wonder how much of the mitochondrial changes were due to excessive calories in general rather than just fat?

  4. Excellent content Thank you.
    Interesting Mitochondria has different DNA than the rest of our bodies.
    Symbiotic relationship from an early infusion of a foreign cell into our own?

  5. Hey, Nicolas! Man, you have to put this mitochondria [bad] stuff with the [good] stuff from high fat diets on macro level on health outcomes. Why? because both things are probably correct, but we just can't see how at the moment, I guess nobody can and I guess nobody has put it together yet.

  6. Your video are good to watch but… with me being a type 1 diabetic when you talk of diabetes it confusing and not clear which diabetes; Do you mean type 1 and all the others? There is huge difference between one and two.

  7. hi there. i know this has nothing to do with the video you uploaded but i need help with this question. people with type 1 diabetes suffer from ketoacidosis. that's essentially because their body has now switched into using fatty acids as the principal source of energy. what exactly is the hormone responsible for the mobilization of fatty acids from adipocytes in these patients?

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