The mitochondria are not just the powerhouse of the cell; they are the engines that run our entire body. If we can remove the obstructions to energy production (calcification, lipofuscin and fibrosis) everything works better, we experience mental clarity and emotional resilience.
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I can't even put into words how important mitolife radio is for the future of human health. From Matts authenticity to his raw stories and admittance of making mistakes to the quality of his guests makes this my favourite podcast.
Love being a part of the Copper revolution 🥂
Not sure why there is a constant joke — laughing, why?
It’s been a long Monday and I’m sitting here finishing up my work day. I had just finished a terrible podcast episode from Crime Junkie and decided to switch over to Mitolife Radio. Instantly, I felt relief as Matt’s calming guitar intro played. 😂 I know it’s so silly but wow, even Matt’s voice is just enjoyable to listen to. So glad to be here, listening and learning.
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