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 21072 - ATP Energy Production is Linked to Nitric Oxide- The Importance for Sexual and Exercise Performance $18.00   
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Presenter: Nathan Bryan, MD

The reproduction and survival of the cell is dependent on efficient mitochondrial production of ATP energy. The efficiency of the mitochondria equates to the state of health and rate of aging. In fact, it has been asserted that all existing theories of aging are really secondary to one primary unifying explanation: a decrease in cellular ATP energy production in the mitochondria. Currently, increasing environmental pollution and disconcerting dietary / lifestyle influences are negatively impacting the mitochondria. But how can physicians positively and immediately influence these vital organelles that control their patients’ well-being? One primary way is to restore optimal levels of nitric oxide (N- 0). Nitric oxide is a critical cell signaling molecule that regulates mitochondrial biogenesis as well as mitochondrial energy production.

Learning Objectives:
-> Define the importance of mitochondrial energy in aging Americans
-> Discuss the environmental factors driving the decline of ATP energy production in the mitochondria
-> Explain the relationship between nitric oxide restoration and mitochondrial energy

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