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The Gift of Recovery Protocols & Research: Mitochondrial Support

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We need to bring awareness to key issues and important topics that may help others find answers to the health challenges of today.

I like to see more threads and topics on basic lab testing, treatment option and comprehensives functional approach that have been already proven to be beneficial.

How can we optimize the bodies own healing potential?

We must repair and restore cellular integrity and prevent cellular injury before we can maximize the benefits from any healing strategy.

If we address the mitochondria first- we can allow our cells to increase their nutrient uptake so that Diet, Methylation, Anti-inflammatory support will have the most dramatic effect.

It's the immune response to these infections that creates the symptoms. Treatment must be focused on immune modulation and cellular supportive therapies.

See more here: Infectious Oxidative Inflammation: The Vicious Cycle Of Contributing Factors

There will always be complexes to any solution and variations to all healing strategies. The key to healing the body is understanding the contributing factors and putting the pieces back together in the right order.

Protecting our mitochondria from oxidative inflammation needs to be our first priority as these toxins created by these infections can be very damaging to the body.

The focus on killing these chronic infections needs to be the last step to prevent irreversible metabolic damage.

How Can We Restore Cellular Integrity?

Lipid replacement therapy supplementation is designed to improve mitochondrial function in people with chronic illnesses and multiple chronic infections.

"Clinical trials have shown that NT Factor can actually support the repair of damaged cell membranes – in effect reducing the cells’ biological age and restoring mitochondrial ability to generate energy.

Lipid Replacement Therapy

Mitochondria Support:

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