Improving cellular health – The key to reversing disease symptoms


by JD Heyes, Natural News:

Although the mitochondria, those tiny structures inside our cells, are absolutely essential to energy production and longevity – mitochondrial health has been largely overlooked and ignored by Western medicine. Think about it: if we (as a society) fully appreciated the importance of improving cellular energy (and took action) – many of our current health problems would simply fade away.

For example, removing all the known neurotoxins from every vaccine (i.e. mercury and aluminum) and banning the use of artificial sweeteners in our food supply would be a big step in the right direction.

Thankfully, there are a growing number of healthcare professionals like, Sally Schutz, MD that think cellular health should be a top priority – in order to avoid disease symptoms. If you or someone you love is dealing with a serious health issue, like cancer or heart disease, then, I urge you to tune into the next NaturalHealth365 Talk Hour with Jonathan Landsman and Sally Schutz, MD.

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This Sunday, Jan. 7th, on the NaturalHealth365 Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and Sally Schutz, MD, (“Dr. Sally”) will talk about the association between cellular energy and disease symptoms – and explore the many ways to protect and restore mitochondrial integrity. You’ll discover many valuable ‘biohacks’ that can help increase well-being, improve physical health and reverse disease symptoms – naturally.

Chronically impaired mitochondrial health will lead to a cascade of dangerous conditions

Often referred to as the “powerhouses” of the cell, the mitochondria are the primary energy source for the body. In a process known as cellular respiration, mitochondria take in nutrients, break them down and use the molecules to produce energy – in the form of ATP, or adenine triphosphate.

Mitochondria are also linked to vital body functions such as detoxification – with is a must for optimal health. When cell mitochondria become damaged, impaired or compromised, cellular respiration and ATP production are decreased – causing cellular inflammation, pain and fatigue.

Impaired mitochondrial function inhibits the ability to absorb nutrients; negatively affects brain function and diminishes cardiovascular performance – to name a few unwanted outcomes. However, there are some simple ways to improve mitochondrial health.

Don’t miss the next NaturalHealth365 Talk Hour with Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Sally for some great health tips designed to help you in 2018 and beyond!

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Support mitochondrial health by reducing your toxic burden

We are under attack from a wide range of toxins in the environment, including pesticides, heavy metals, and synthetic chemicals. These pro-inflammatory substances activate free radicals, threaten the immune system and impair the body’s all-important detoxification system.
However, you can reduce exposure to toxins, and protect your cellular health.

Dr. Sally advises switching to an organic diet, and avoiding GMOs, ‘fast foods,’ and all kinds of processed food ingredients. Your cells don’t like this junk.

For maximum benefit, choose lots of seasonal fresh produce – which tends to be more nutritious and less costly. In terms of animal products, opt for organic, grass-fed or free-range varieties. This way you will automatically avoid so many unwanted chemicals, antibiotics and synthetic hormones that harm your health.

Dr. Sally also advises bypassing toxic, chemical-laden household cleaners in favor of things like, white vinegar or essential oils – as a trusty, safe and effective alternative.

Reading the fine print on product inserts – particularly those of vaccines – can help you make an informed choice when it comes to this personal decision. Dr. Sally notes that vaccines are extremely toxic – containing heavy metals, formaldehyde, aborted fetal cells and even, glyphosate, the weed-killer ingredient used in Monsanto’s Roundup.

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