Mitochondrial Health

Helps you Look & Feel Young from the inside out

Mitochondria are the energy producing power plants  within our cells.

They generate the majority of the ATP (adenosine triphosphate) that our cells use for energy to complete everyday activities.

In recent years, research has strengthened the link between mitochondrial dysfunction and disease states.

Mitochondria dysfunction has been tied to "a large number of human diseases, including neurological and muscular degeneration, cardiovascular disorders, obesity, diabetes, and accelerated aging.

1. Light Therapy

Light is one of the most powerful mitochondrial boosters in our arsenal for optimal health and well being. Sunlight produces a beneficial negative charge inside our cells and activates our mitochondria. This negative charge increases the mitochondrial membrane potential, thereby improving mitochondrial function.

2. NAD Drips

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, otherwise known as NAD, is a very potent mitochondrial repair and energy-producing nutrient derived from niacin (vitamin B3).   NAD IV Infusions deliver NAD directly into your bloodstream and provide your mitochondria with the fuel that they need to heal and function optimally.

3. Intermittent Fasting

Fasting enhances mitochondrial coordination through peroxisomes, which are a type of organelle that increase fatty acid oxidation.

A study published in Cell discovered that fasting and caloric restriction substantially increased the lifespan of nematodes by promoting mitophagy mitochondrial fission-fusion dynamics.

4. IV Therapy

Many nutrients are critical for mitochondrial health. They make up the structure of the mitochondria, support enzymes, and even help them reproduce and multiply.

5. Relaxation

Psychological stress influences physical health and mitochondria have a key role in this influence.

Chronic stress can cause mitochondrial dysfunctions and modify cellular and biological processes. Stress-induced mitochondrial dysfunctions can be particularly harmful to the nervous, endocrine and immune systems, from which a generalized negative impact on our body can develop.