See below for the first installment of “Mitochondrial Medicine” where Dr. Jon Kaiser describes exactly what happens to mitochondria when they become stressed:
MediaWhat Happens to Mitochondria When They Become Stressed? Jon D. Kaiser, MD
Dr. Jon Kaiser Monday, 14 March 2016 05:26 Comment Link
I'd like to personally thank those of you who left a comment after watching this video. It's nice to hear from individuals I have met over the years.
Some of your questions will be answered within the next few installments of this video series (there are a total of four). Regarding which micronutrient supplements can best support mitochondrial function, I have formulated all the nutrients I believe are necessary to accomplish this into what I call the "K-PAX Fatigue Protocol". The composition of these supplements can be viewed at http://www.kpaxpharm.com/vitaminsandsupplements/immunesystemboosters/FatiguePack.
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Marlene Caldes Wednesday, 09 March 2016 17:11 Comment Link
What a surprise and joy to see your work continuing to advance our natural inheritance of homeostasis! Well done and clear video message. If great value. BIG appreciation!
Jerusha Brown Wednesday, 09 March 2016 16:19 Comment Link
This was an extremely informative video. I have known for some time that the mitochondria in my body are becoming more and more dysfunctional. To look at me no one would ever believe that I am not well. The result of this perception has lead doctors to misdiagnose my illness and to suggest treatment that would only further destroy or repress my homeostasis. I have given doctors a comprehensive review of my condition for years and still have not received any help. I wish that more doctors were better informed about myalgic encephalomyelitis, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. Perhaps this video should be made more widely available to both patients and doctors. I am looking forward to learning more from the next installment. Thank you so very much!!!
Chris Pfeiffer Wednesday, 09 March 2016 16:02 Comment Link
What causes the mitochondria to become stressed and how do you fix the root cause? What results have you seen with the intervention in people with severe CFS?
Linda Wednesday, 09 March 2016 01:18 Comment Link
I am one of the "Floxies" (Cipro) and of course there was body-wide dis-function. Dr Charles Bennett and others are calling for stronger warnings on the fluoroquinolones because of mitochondrial damage. I have two questions. First, one of the IVs I got that helped with my side effects was H2O2. So, when I see you list it as a bad end result of energy burning, I am confused as to why it is ok to get it into the blood but not here? The second question---another horrible side effect of the Cipro is possible DNA damage...so if the mitochondrial DNA is damaged, can it be fixed? Thanks
Terryl Todd Wednesday, 09 March 2016 01:17 Comment Link
I am grateful to e-see you after many years. You have always been a front runner, leading open & willing people to recognize the more brilliant facts of life. I give you my deepest respect.
Aaron Wednesday, 09 March 2016 00:10 Comment Link
Can't wait for the next video, I need to know what nutrients to be taking, I suffer from exhaustion and excercise intolerance, I just had a 7/8mm cyst removed because of hormone levels and symptoms, but I don't know if that's where my issue was. It's been a full 3 weeks since surgery so we will see, in the meantime I'm open to better health through nutrients to get my energy back as well as prevent diseases.
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