This is an excellent video.  It is long but well worth the time it takes to watch it.

I will say when you hear the amounts of fruits and veggies she recommends eating each day, you will also come to understand the benefits of juicing a little bit better!


Keep in mind, if you begin a hunter/gatherer diet or change your diet by adding fresh fruits and vegetables that you are not accustomed to consuming, your body WILL go through a detox phase.





So, here are the basics:


Eat less processed, junk food, sugar and empty calories. In fact you should really avoid them altogether.
Detoxify—get rid of environmental and internal toxins.
Address inflammation.
Balance your hormones.
Here are things to boost and protect your mitochondria:

Exercise—interval training increases the efficiency and function of the mitochondria and strength training increases the amount of muscle and number of mitochondria.
Eat whole real, colorful plant food—8-12 servings of fresh vegetables, fruits, beans, nuts, seeds, and whole grains every day, they are full of antioxidants and phytonutrients.
Take mitochondria protective and energy boosting nutrients such as acetyl-L-carnitine, alpha lipoic acid, coenzyme Q10, n-acetyl-cysteine, NADH, D-ribose, resveratrol, and magnesium aspartate.
Increase omega-3 fats to help build your mitochondrial membranes.
Taking care of your mitochondria will allow you to increase your energy, lose weight, and age well. It is a cornerstone of creating UltraWellness.



Dr. Terry Wahls

Dr. Hyman


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