Autoimmune Disease and The Gut | Podcast #224

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Autoimmune Disease and The Gut | Podcast #224

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Hello everyone and welcome to the podcast! Today, we have Dr. Tim Jackson in the house, a doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT), a nutritional biochemist and functional endocrinologist.

Today’s episode talks about mitochondrial health. Listen as Dr. Justin and Dr. Tim engage in an informative discussion about improving the mitochondria, ways to protect the DNA on the mitochondrial side from oxidative stress and damage and importance of Superoxide Dismutase (SOD).

Watch the video and answer the questions about genetic markers that we need to look at to gleam a predisposition of having mitochondrial stress or dysfunction, learn the effects of glutathione deficiency and superoxide dismutase, and many more!

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In this episode, we cover:

00:17 Genetic Markers

01:42 Ways to Protect DNA from Oxidative Stress and Damage

09:55 Carnitine

15:31 Three Pronged Approach: Repair, Protect and Fuel

29:06 Glutathione S-transferase Mu

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