Mitochondrial Dysfunction Can Appear in Many Ways
Many of the terms that are presented as “diagnoses” in medicine are simply descriptions based on symptoms and basic testing, and not based on the actual cause(s) of disease. Mitochondrial disorder is a perfect example. When people are searching for “mito cocktails” or “mito supplements”, there is usually a broad range of conditions they are trying to address.
Research has found a degree of mitochondrial dysfunction as a root cause for all of the common conditions listed below. Click on a condition to link to a research study. Papers authored/co-authored by Dr. Richard Boles are marked with an *.
All of the above-listed conditions are complex, with multiple factors contributing in the cause of disease within each individual person. All of these conditions are related in some manner to mitochondrial dysfunction or mitochondrial disease.