With the help of the oxygen we breathe, mitochondria break down our food to release energy and produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP). This is a small molecule, the universal fuel without which life is not possible. If the mitochondria are well, then we are well. If the mitochondria are not functioning properly, this can lead to all sorts of diseases. Mitochondria fail due to micronutrient deficiencies, environmental impact, medications and infections, but also due to genetic defects, because mitochondria have their own, even though small genome.

We can examine the function of mitochondria in very fine detail and apply treatment precisely at the seat of the problem.