What Happens to Mitochondria When They Become Stressed? - Video 1

See below for the first installment of “Mitochondrial Medicine” where Dr. Jon Kaiser describes exactly what happens to mitochondria when they become stressed:


What Happens to Mitochondria When They Become Stressed? Jon D. Kaiser, MD


  • Dr. Jon Kaiser
    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
    Keep Hope Alive!

  • Marlene Caldes
    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
    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
    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
    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 if the mitochondrial DNA is damaged, can it be fixed? Thanks

  • Terryl Todd
    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
    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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