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Interview with a Cardiologist

You’ve heard the saying, “out of sight, out of mind,” right? We spend a lot of time looking in the mirror judging our outward appearances, yet we spend little time looking at how our DNA is doing. Many of us have an elementary concept that if we diet, exercise and take supplements, our internal health will improve and make a noticeable outward improvement. While this is an accurate thought, we sometimes fire off health efforts without first aiming. With every failed diet, supplement or exercise plan, we feel the frustration of mistargeted action. We only count success by the scale rather than the function of our heart, the working of our cells, or the health of our mitochondria.

“Mito...what?” you ask. Exactly! When was the last time you heard your doctor or fitness coach talk about mitochondria? If they do, then they are a keeper! We are biologically complex beings with the tiniest of cells and structures making our life possible and yet we rarely include these structures into our health plan, goals and conversations. When was the last time you went in for your annual physical and said, “Hey Doc, I’ve been feeling really fatigued and short of breath. I think my mitochondria are failing.”?

We went and interviewed a cardiologist and asked him to share the importance of mitochondria to your health and why you should turn your aim to keeping these structures at their peak performance. Best of all, you are about to have an appointment without a co-pay! Dr. Daniel VanHamersveld has looked into the research conducted on our NRF1 mitochondrial activator and he is one of our most valuable endorsers, but you don’t need to take our word for it. Watch as Dr. VanHamersveld brings the "out of sight, out of mind" into sight and into mind!


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