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Mitochondria, the powerhouses of our cells

Through combustion processes like in a power plant, the mitochondria provide us with immense energy every day and in a cleaner form than in a coal-fired power plant. Only clean carbon dioxide (CO2) escapes from our chimney, the nose.If the mitochondria are damaged, mitochondrial disease occurs, a complex clinical picture with far-reaching consequences!

In the photo you can see the cell structures with the large cell nucleus. Right in the foreground there is a mitochondrion (orange filling with a green border. If you take a closer look, you can still see some of the power plants in the background. They are reminiscent of bacteria in shape. And indeed, they arose from bacteria in the distant past. They migrated entered our cells and participated in the energy supply and were allowed to stay. 

 

Mitochondrial disease - the energy supply collapses!

 

Mitochondrial disease is still a largely unknown or ignored clinical picture, which not only leads to lack of energy  and chronic fatigue, but also promotes serious diseases such as rheumatism, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and cancer.

 

How I came across the disease:

 

In medical school, the topic of mitochondrial disease was left out, and it was only through researching chronically ill patients in my practice that I came across this complex clinical picture. At the same time, the scales fell from my eyes:   how often had I experienced that doctors had not found a cause for "disorders of well-being" and how often was the cause of the disorder blamed on the psyche?

 

As a student, I had my doubts about this approach of the doctors, but I did not find any approach for a better  diagnostics and therapy. Through my patients I came across the publications of Dr. medical Bodo Kuklinski, who made a great gift to mankind through tireless research work with the help of new therapeutic approaches for chronic diseases.

My previous therapy in the treatment of HPU (haemopyrrollactamuria) also brought success, especially in the treatment of children with attention deficit syndrome (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome (ADHD). While I made progress through this, it could only be described as the tip of the iceberg. The often underlying deep secrets were only revealed to me by Dr. made available to Kuklinski. Through training with Dr. Kuklinski and accompanying collegial discussions, I was able to adopt his methodology and finally achieve progress with many patients who, after numerous visits to a specialist, were considered incurable or "mentally overactive".

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