Healthy mitochondria mean a higher quality of life. One in three people over the age of 20 suffers from a mitochondrial dysfunction. Over 90% of chronic diseases can be attributed to a lack of energy in the mitochondria, which in turn is caused by oxidative and nitrosative stress as well as an insufficient supply of essential factors.
More energy, and more out of life
Your body’s ability to effectively produce energy is greatly affected by the ageing process as well as your current lifestyle, which contributes to a general overtaxing. Oxidative and nitrosative stress as well as an insufficient supply of essential nutrients lead to a lack of energy in the mitochondria. This leads to poor performance and many chronic degenerative diseases, which originate in the mitochondria.
The mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell
The human body is composed of approx. 80 trillion cells. Each cell has its own “power plant”, the mitochondria. In the mitochondria, the molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is formed. This provides energy for all reactions and metabolic processes of the body.
Respiration and disease begin in the mitochondria
Common stress factors in the workplace
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(Source: TÜV Süd, 2010 study/Germany)
Chronic degenerative diseases originate in the mitochondria. These include allergies, autoimmune diseases, bronchial asthma, hypertension, chronic bronchitis, CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome), burnout, depression, type II diabetes, hormonal disorders, migraine, susceptibility to infections, headaches, sleeping problems, and obesity.
High cost pressure
Little recognition of achievements
Time pressure and tight deadlines
Conflicts with colleagues or executives