Mitochondria play a critical role in activities that enable cells to function and help to maintain a healthy body, including:

  • Production of ATP
  • Calcium Homeostasis
  • Programmed Cell Death
  • Stem Cell Regulation

Mitochondria can switch from being organelles that primarily produce ATP (the fuel source for cells) to organelles that produce both ATP and the building blocks for macromolecule synthesis. This switch enables them to meet the metabolic demands of various immune cells.

When you download this gift, you’ll also save a seat for the free, online Mitochondrial Summit taking place on April 5-11, 2021 — over 35 experts teaching you more about how to care for your mitochondria so they can carry out various functions, like growth, metabolism and cellular reproduction, and help prevent fatigue and chronic disease!

Meet Your Host

Dr. Jay Davidson completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse, majoring in biology with a biomedical concentration with a chemistry minor. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic at Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Minnesota. Founder of, he focuses on functional, natural medicine. He is also a popular speaker, a two-time #1 international best-selling author, and the host of the Chronic Lyme Disease Summits, the Parasite Summit, the Viral & Retroviral Summit, and the Mitochondrial Summit. He is also the co-founder of Microbe Formulas.

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