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Mitochondrial dysfunction is associated with a long list of degenerative disease and chronic health conditions including autism, Alzheimer's, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's, and obesity. Mitochondria are specialized cellular parts that perform specific functions. Mitochondria are primarily responsible for energy production, but are also involved in detoxification and cellular signaling related to apoptosis (programmed cell death). Nutrient deficiencies are a contributing factor to mitochondrial dysfunction.


Glyphosate exposure and mitochondrial damage: Jeffrey Smith interviews Dr. Alex Vasquez and Stephanie Seneff.

Resources

[i] Mitochondrial Disease - Frequently Asked Questions
[ii] Mitochondria - Turning on the Powerhouse
[iii] Mitochondrial Dysfunction