Learn About The Critical Role The Mitochondria Plays In Nearly Every Disease!
It’s vital to support your mitochondria.
Your mitochondria convert nutrients from cells into energy, giving them the ability to carry out various functions, like growth, metabolism and cellular reproduction.
Poorly functioning mitochondria could lead to fatigue and chronic illness.
When was the last time you paid attention to your mitochondrial health?
Be sure to mark your calendar for day 1 on April 5-11, 2021!
Why attend this important health event?
Your host, Dr. Jay Davidson, has worked with patients on mitochondrial health to improve fatigue, brain fog, sleep, energy and other conditions. His patients are not only gaining back their health, but also their freedom.
In high school science class, we learned that the mitochondria are the “powerhouse of the cell,” but it’s much more complex than that. The truth is, the majority of us are walking around with less than ideal mitochondrial health, leading to fatigue and chronic illness.
When you support your mitochondria, you could influence such conditions as:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Anxiety, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
- Cardiovascular disease/atherosclerosis
- Exercise intolerance and fatigue
- Fibromyalgia and myofascial pain
- Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
- Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease
- Sarcopenia (loss of muscle)
- Senescence (aging)
Learn the science behind mitochondria and how they work within the body, as well as practical tips and tricks to get your mitochondria functioning optimally.
You can truly get started on better health today!
When you register for The Mitochondrial Summit, you’ll also unlock early-access interviews, complimentary guides and helpful eBooks about living your most resilient life!
Each day's talks are on demand for a 24-hour period beginning at 10:00 A.M. U.S. Eastern.
DAY 1: APRIL 5, 2021
- Jay Davidson, DC, PScD - Clinical Breakthroughs
- Niki Gratrix, BA, Dip ION, NANP - Switch Off the Cell Danger Response
- Jaban Moore, DC - Starting Your Protocol
- Misty Williams - A Patient's Perspective on Energy
- Sam Shay, DC, IFMCP - Functional Testing for Mitochondria
DAY 2: APRIL 6, 2021
- Todd Watts, DC, PScD - Mitochondrial Solutions
- Bridgit Danner, LAc, FDNP - Toxic Mold and Your Mitochondria
- Jonathan Landsman - Biggest Cellular Energy Mistake
- Elena Villanueva, DC - Understanding Your Genes for Mitochondria
- Ken Sharlin, MD, MPH, IFMCP - Role of Mitochondria in Alzheimer's Disease
DAY 3: APRIL 7, 2021
- Ari Whitten, PhD (Cand.), CES, PES - New Model of Fatigue & Human Energy
- Jeff Griswold, PSM - Importance of Carbon, Hydrogen & Oxygen
- Timothy Griswold, PSMN - Quantum Mechanics of Mitochondria
- Michelle Sands, ND - Hormone-Mitochondrial Connection
- Jeffrey Gladden, MD, FACC - Optimizing Mitochondria
DAY 4: APRIL 8, 2021
- Joseph Mercola, DO, FACN - Increase Your Energy
- Randy Michaux, DC, PscD - Sports, Mind & Mitochondria
- Nick Ellenson, DC, PScD - 4 Easy Ways to Boost Your Mitochondria
- Thaddeus Gala, DC - Maximize Muscle Performance
- Tyna Moore, ND, DC - Training Your Mitochondria
DAY 5: APRIL 9, 2021
- Don Huber, PhD - Glyphosate Research
- Terry Wahls, MD - Reversing Neurodegeneration with Diet & Lifestyle
- Allan Lindsley, DC - Removing Deuterium & Heavy Water
- Jason Prall - Microbiota-Mitochondrial Communication
- John Dempster, ND, FAARFM, ABAAHP - Mitochondria and Your Gut
- Cynthia Thurlow, NP - Impact of Intermittent Fasting
DAY 6: APRIL 10, 2021
- Nicolas Pineault - How EMFs Sap Your Mitochondrial Energy
- Lloyd Burrell - 5G Wireless & Mitochondria
- Matt DiDuro, DC - The Stem Cell Machine
- William Pawluk, MD, MSC - Stimulation with Magnetic Fields
- Kirk Gair, DC, IDE - Low-Level Lasers for Mitochondrial Function
- Robert Marking – Russian Space Medicine
DAY 7: APRIL 11, 2021
- Wendy Myers, FDN-P - Heavy Metals that Cause Fatigue
- Sayer Ji - Alternative Forms of Energy Production
- Daniel Nuzum, NMD, DO - Mitochondria: The Symbiotic Bugs Within Us
- Marcelle Pick, OB-GYN, NP - Mitochondrial Dysfunction & Increased Stress
- Eva Detko, PhD, MSc, BA (Hons), mIAHT - Psychological Stress & Mitochondrial Function