Early registration for The Mitochondrial Summit

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Poorly functioning mitochondria could lead to fatigue and chronic illness — which could be the reason you get chronically sick (and stay that way!). It’s vital to support your mitochondria.

Your mitochondria convert nutrients from cells into energy, giving them the ability to carry out various functions, like growth, metabolism and cellular reproduction. When is the last time you paid attention to your mitochondrial health?

—>> Pay attention to your mitochondria when you attend this free, online event!


In high school science class we learned that the mitochondria are the “powerhouse of the cell,” but it’s much more complex than that. Truth is, the majority of us are walking around with less than ideal mitochondrial health, leading to fatigue and chronic illness.

When you support your mitochondria, you could influence such conditions as:

+ Alzheimer’s disease
+ Anxiety, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
+ Cancer
+ Cardiovascular disease/atherosclerosis
+ Diabetes
+ Exercise intolerance and fatigue
+ Fibromyalgia and myofascial pain
+ Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
+ Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease
+ Sarcopenia (loss of muscle)
+ Senescence (aging)

Your host of The Mitochondrial Summit, Dr. Jay Davidson, has worked with patients on mitochondrial health to improve fatigue, brain fog, sleep, energy and other conditions. His patients are not only gaining back their health, but also their freedom.

Join me to learn the science behind mitochondria and how they work within the body, as well as practical tips and tricks to get your mitochondria functioning optimally.

—>> I’ll see you online at this The Mitochondrial Summit when you register today!

P.S. When you register for The Mitochondrial Summit, you’ll also gain access to Dr. Jay’s powerful eGuide, Mitochondria 101!

Mitochondrial Summit


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