What is Mitochondrial Decay?

Mitochondria - sounds kinda scary, right?

Considering we talk about it a lot, we figured we should probably explain what it is! 

Mitochondria are essential components of nearly all cells in your body. These organelles are the powerhouses for cells, providing energy to carry out biochemical reactions and other cellular processes. Mitochondria also make energy for cells from the chemical energy stored in the food we eat.

You can find mitochondria in the cytoplasm of cells along with other organelles of the cell.

 

Photo Credit to LHSC. 

 

Among the Scientific Community, the largest discussion is about Mitochondrial Decay, a major contributor to ageing. As Mitochondria provides energy for basic metabolic processes, their decay with age can impair cellular metabolism and lead to cellular decline.

Today, progressive ways to delay the mitochondrial decay is now at the forefront of science, often described by scientists as the elusive fountain of youth. This kind of research could help us live longer and still retaining a healthy mind and body through stronger cells.

We have closely followed the scientific research behind cell decay and have begun incorporating the research into our products. We are finding natural ingredients that produce these benefits through all 4 layers of epidermis layers.

Ultra-potent antioxidants, delivered in a pure unadulterated form, provide an extraordinary defence against mitochondrial decay and we are developing products that contain Ultra Potent Antioxidants and delivered through the epidermis layers.
Research has found it protects mitochondria from oxidative damage and stimulates the growth of new mitochondria as well as neutralising superoxide and hydroxyl radicals.

This is done via transdermal pathways where active ingredients are delivered across the skin for systemic distribution within the body. Here, palingenetic cell recovery can be effective of all ageing decay and the ailments which occur. The stability of these sorts of formulations will allow thousands of electron transfers without undergoing molecular breakdown.

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