The New Age of Aging
Advances in science have led to the discovery of a time-dependent decline of several cellular mechanisms that starts in our 40s and accelerates in our 60s. This deterioration can contribute to the functional declines seen in aging.
One of the key drivers behind these changes is mitochondrial dysfunction.
Mitochondria are key organelles that power our cells. As they become dysfunctional, the impacts can have far reaching effects, manifesting in noticeable changes in energy levels, flexibility, strength, stamina, and overall resilience.