3 Tips To


You may have heard of mitochondria, the tiny power factories inside your cells.

If you’re having trouble losing weight and you’re blaming age, it’s not age…

…It’s your mitochondria. 

If you have brain fog and not sleeping well…

…It’s your mitochondria.

Did you know…

  • Mitochondria are your body’s key energy source
  • Each cell holds hundreds or thousands of mitochondria
  • Mitochondria takes the foods you eat and the oxygen you breathe and converts it into energy
  • Your metabolism happens in the mitochondria
  • When your mitochondria are damaged, you have lower energy levels, memory loss, foggy brain, accelerated aging, and more.

Mitochondria are especially important as it relates to aging. You don’t want your mitochondria shrinking, because that indicates the starting of the aging process.

Here are 3 tips to achieve optimal health by healing your mitochondria….

TIP 1 – Move Your Way to Mitochondrial Health 

Good news… Working out can increase the efficacy and function of your mitochondria. Mitochondria are vital organelles that provide energy for muscle function. When the mitochondria becomes weak, they create less energy as well as increased levels of reactive oxygen. This combination can trigger muscle atrophy, loss of endurance and weakness.

Research shows that exercise is an effective way to reverse mitochondrial disfunction. Put simply, exercise prevents aging on a cellular level!

TIP 2 – Adjust What’s On Your Plate  

You can’t fix your mitochondria until you adjust your diet. As a society, we are stuck eating too many refined carbohydrates and processed foods… which affects the mitochondria.

If your body is fixing on carbs, consider lowering your intake. Keep in mind that in some cases, super low-carb diets may actually enhance conditions such as adrenal fatigue and thyroid issues.

TIP 3 – Think Protein 

Think of your body like a car… you can’t simply put water or antifreeze into your gas tank and expect it to run. It’s the same with the way your body’s energy systems to work. Certain nutrients can play a large role in how your mitochondria function. 

An easy way to start is by adding more protein-rich foods, such as beans, nuts, seeds, eggs, fish, and protein shakes to your day. This helps support amino acids such as gluathione that protect the mitochondria.