Related Topic - Fatigue
Written by Sayer Ji, Founder
As we age, mitochondrial density (the number of mitochondria per cell), and mitochondrial quality (its genetic and structural integrity) decline. This is largely due to stress, environmental radiation and chemical exposures, prescribed drugs, nutritional deficiencies, imbalances and/or incompatibilities, and mitochondrial DNA defects inherited maternally, but is also a natural part of getting older.
Written by Kent Heckenlively
Retroviruses hide out in the immune system, which means any immune activation could set off the ticking time-bomb of a retrovirus and cause diseases like chronic fatigue syndrome among adults, and autism among children. Are they lurking in the US blood supply?