Dr. Elizabeth Yurth is back again, and this time she is going to teach us the basics of mitochondria. A real 101 session to get us up to speed on what we truly need to know. She explains how our mitochondria play a central role in the reasons we get sick and tired.
ABOUT DR. ELIZABETH YURTH
Dr. Yurth is best known as a regenerative and anti-aging doctor who has helped hundreds of women just like us solve joint pain, menopause problems, inflammaging and just get back to our old balanced and energetic selves.
She is even trained in Cellular Medicine. In 2006 co-founded The Boulder Longevity Institute in Boulder, Colorado. Go to boulderlongevity.com and you can read all about her background as a double board-certified doctor in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation AND Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine and all the fellowships and academies she is a part of.
Dr. Yurth is extremely progressive and she continually educates herself on the latest medical techniques to help her patients.
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