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Congratulations You Have A Low Risk for Mitochondrial Disease

Your results show that there is less cause for alarm, which is good news, at the moment. However, it doesn’t mean you are out of the woods. Here’s why…

You have exhibited some symptoms, which mean you are still at risk for mitochondrial disease, though, just not as badly as others.

Mitochondria, which are the powerhouses of your cells, are in every part of your body and they are under constant stress and can be injured easily. That is why manifestations of poorly functioning mitochondria can be felt and observed from almost any part of your body.

In other words, your mitochondria are very sensitive to damage. And with poorly functioning mitochondria, you may suffer from multiple symptoms like:

• Low energy or fatigue
Increased weight gain or a slow metabolism
• Poor concentration
Memory loss
• Pain
Poor endurance
• Poor sleep
Decreased sexual satisfaction
• Rapid aging

Fatigue is the most common symptom of poorly functioning mitochondria.

You are lucky that your symptoms are not as severe as they could be, but if you do not take any action, your symptoms will likely get worse and spread its effect on other parts of your body. You need to address the problem early on, to prevent worsening, which may lead to your being helpless once it gets to be severe. When it does, you may feel all kinds of pain that may leave you somewhat incapacitated, or may leave you with worse conditions like Diabetes, dementia or other brain diseases like Parkinson’s. This will leave you at a state with more pain, more stress and more expensive costs needed to bring yourself toward a complete recuperation.

How To Prevent Disease At Your Level Of Mitochondrial Health…

You can avoid all these by simply feeding your mitochondria the exact nutrients they need to stay healthy and be fortified against disease.