Mitochondria in your blood

Mitochondria get a lot of airplay in this blog. (Here’s an early post.) The mitochondrial experts of the world have been blown away by new research. It seems that our blood not only contains the various sorts of red and white cells, but it also contains nomadic mitochondria. This is amazing! Here’s why.

Water and light…

In the last blog post, I told you about an excellent article called How and why does photobiomodulation change brain activity. An ardent reader would know that I tend to wax lyrical about the way that red and near infrared light works directly and indirectly on the cell batteries, the mitochondria. The mitochondria contain special … Continue reading “Water and light…”