Saturday, December 2, 2023
Mitochondrial Health


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D-ribose is a type of monosaccharide that is naturally found in the cells, particularly in the DNA and the mitochondria where it helps maintain integrity and function. D-ribose is essential in energy production and improves cellular processes when there is a dysfunction in the mitochondria. Mitochondria produces 99% of ATP, which is the principal energy currency used for intracellular metabolic pathways. Mitochondrial dysfunction leads to extreme fatigue and contributes to the progression of many pathological conditions including skeletal muscle atrophy, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases. Through the pentose phosphate pathway, D-ribose is produced as a substrate of the A T P molecule. Supplemental D-ribose in certain pathologies increases ATP production, which improves mitochondrial function and reduces cellular injury in humans and animals. A study my Pliml et al. Found that patients with severe coronary artery disease who consumed D-ribose for 3 days had improved myocardial tolerance to ischemia. It has been hypothesized that supplemental D-ribose has increased ATP metabolism and has assisted with restoring cardiac energy metabolism.
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