Using Customized Nutrition to Treat. Mitochondrial Insufficiency, Type II Diabetes, and Male and Female Infertility. Mitochondrial Insufficiency.
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Using Customized Nutrition to Treat
Mitochondrial Insufficiency, Type II Diabetes, and Male and Female Infertility
This stage requires the most energy
Type II Diabetes
“Well, if science has termed the estrogen receptor as promiscuous – meaning it will mate with a wide variety of chemical partners – the PPAR receptor is even more indiscrete about its bedfellows…. It may be that endocrine-disrupting compounds are contributing to insulin resistance by inhibiting this receptor.”
Dr. Mark Schauss, DB
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