Fueling your Patient’s Wellness Goals with Enhanced Mitochondrial Performance with Mitoquinone (MitoQ®) and Clinical Pearls

Countless epigenetic factors contribute to diminished and dysfunctional mitochondria performance that results in accelerated aging and countless disease processes. A clinically useful review of medications and factors that serve as mitochondrial disruptors will be examined along with essential interventional considerations supported by the latest peer-review literature.

All clinicians will leave with immediately implemental clinical pearls and tools that will support their existing wellness protocols and help with difficult patient cases that are not responding to treatment as expected. The clinical importance of the role of MitoQ® will be reviewed as documented in more than 350 peer-reviewed papers investigating MitoQ’s clinical impact.

Take Aways:

  • Improved clinical outcomes as reflected in laboratory metrics, signs and symptoms and quality of life with mitochondria nutritional interventions, MitoQ® and other clinical pearls.
  • Common conditions we all see in clinical practice linked to mitochondria dysfunction
  • Clinically relevant impact of the peer-review literature the MitoQ® and patient outcomes
  • Discussion of interventional approaches to fueling mitochondria performance
  • Fueling the Citric Acid Pathway and optimizing cellular energy pathway
  • What they didn’t teach us in our basic science education about mitochondria relevance
June 12, 2019 | 12pm PT / 3pm ET

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This webinar is sponsored by:

Dr. Chris D. Meletis

About the Speaker

Dr. Chris D. Meletis

Dr. Chris D. Meletis is a clinician, educator, international author and lecturer for 26 years. He has authored over a dozen books and in excess of 200 national scientific articles in such journals and magazines as Natural Health, Alternative and Complementary Therapies, Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, Life Extension, Natural Pharmacy and the Journal of Restorative Medicine.

Dr. Meletis served as Dean of Naturopathic Medicine and Chief Medical Officer for 7 years at NUNM, the oldest naturopathic medical school in North America. He has received numerous awards including, Physician of the Year by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians; Excellence Award for his work in treating and advocating for the medically underserved; and most recently a NUNM Hall of Fall award at the State Association’s annual banquet. His passion for helping the underprivileged drove him to spearhead the creation of 16 free natural medicine healthcare clinics in the Portland metropolitan area of Oregon.