THE “M” FACTOR

THE “M” FACTOR

In order to better understand disease, it is important to understand mitochondria. What are they? What do they do? What happens when they don’t work properly? How are they repaired? Answers to these questions are critical if one expects to understand  what many researchers are now calling the “Holy Grail” of disease causation.

MITOCHONDRIA
AND THE BX

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MITOCHONDRIA AND THE BX

The BX Protocol represents novel weaponry against many diseases. The protocol is aimed at restoring mitochondrial respiration through dismantling bacterial proteins and other toxins that block the metabolism of fuels. Delta has successfully identified the metabolic pathways involved in many chronic conditions stemming from this common mitochondrial link.

A key component of mitochondrial dysfunction relates to the role of illusive microorganisms often referred to as cell wall deficient or Stealth Pathogens. These viral sized bacterial species are capable of secreting toxic proteins that can bind with mitochondrial structures. As a result, they are able to prevent oxygen from being used to metabolize the fuels, thus draining the electrical potentials required for normal energy production

In this manner, the bacterial toxins could be seen as causing an electrical short circuit where the batteries (mitochondria) lose their charge and are no longer able to produce energy.

Delta’s investigation of the relationship between mitochondrial respiration and stealth pathogens has been ongoing for the past eighteen years and has proven instrumental in establishing the fundamental mechanisms of impairment pertaining to several conditions.

MITOCHONDRIAL
DYSFUNCTION

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MITOCHONDRIAL DYSFUNCTION

The role of Mitochondrial Dysfunction in chronic disease may be extremely significant according to recent research findings. Since the Mitochondrion is the energy organelle that is responsible for providing cellular energy, if these organelles become impaired, there is evidence that many disease conditions can arise. Symptoms begin to manifest such as fatigue, loss of appetite, and inflammation. Depending on the level of impaired cellular respiration, specific disease processes can ensue.

Mitochondria

WHAT ARE
MITOCHONDRIA?

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WHAT ARE MITOCHONDRIA?

Mitochondria are small, free-floating organelles inside a cell. These specialized structures can be found in animals, plants and fungi. They contain an outer membrane, an inner, layered membrane called a cristae and fluid called the matrix. The are often referred to as “cellular power plants”.

WHAT DO THEY DO?

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

Their role is to convert energy in food into energy a cell can use. In this way, they act as miniature batteries to power the cells. This energy is found in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and is the energy unit used as a source of chemical energy in almost every process within the human body. ATP is the mediating force behind the thousands of metabolic processes needed to sustain life. The process of creating this energy is known as cellular respiration.

Studies

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