Tag: OXPHOS

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Estrogen and cortisol inhibit mitochondrial oxidation, vitamin E reverses the inhibition

More specifically, those steroids inhibit NADH (also known as DPNH) oxidation in the mitochondria, which shifts the…

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The pro-metabolic drug DNP, banned by FDA, may treat most diseases

The duplicity of public health agencies (and mainstream media) knows no bounds. The chemical 2,4-dinitrophenol (DNP) is…

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An estrogen metabolite may drive pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH)

Just a few minutes ago I did a post on the causative role of estrogen and its…

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Immunodeficiency driven by mitochondrial dysfunction, can be reversed

This is study that has very wide applicability since the immune system plays a role not only…

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A single 15min exposure to red light boosts mitochondria and lowers blood glucose

A human study, which makes it that much more important. While the findings are not very surprising,…

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Niacinamide may treat Parkinson Disease (PD)

A very interesting study, which used a relatively high dose of nicotinamide riboside (NR) to treat Parkinson…

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Multiple sclerosis (MS) may be due to low metabolism / glucose oxidation

Nothing surprising in the findings of the study, and in fact a great corroboration of the results…

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Adolescent stress causes mental illness, cognitive issues by lowering metabolism

It has long been known that pre-natal stress (e.g. stressed of the mother during pregnancy), as well…

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LipOdd – Liquid Product With Odd-Chain Saturated Fats (SFA)

More than a decade ago, when I was just beginning my exploration of bioenergetics, one of the…

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How adrenochrome works – it is a potent oxidizer/quinone and serotonin antagonist

As most of my readers know, the topic of adrenochrome is perhaps one of the most controversial…