Mitochondrial Peptides: Have We Found the Path to Optimal Health and Longevity?

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Join Dr. George Rice, a functional medicine and nutrional expert on a deep dive into mitochondrial function, chronic illness, and how to take back control of your health by identifying the correct root-cause imbalances. Learn how Dr. Rice champions epigentic coaching, cutting edge research in mitochondrial therapies, and lifestyle assessments to guide his patients back to health.

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Kent Holtorf, M.D.

Hello, this is Dr. Kent Holtorf with another episode of the Peptide Summit. Today we are honored to have Dr. George Rice who is going to be speaking on mitochondrial peptides. Mitochondria peptides, have we found the path to optimal health and longevity? I really think this is a key. We’ve got pharmaceutical companies pumping tons of money into this because you look at—basically all the diseases of aging have to do with low mitochondrial function, neurodegenerative diseases, the cells don’t have enough energy and they just end up totally dysfunctional. They cause mutations, they cause cancer. So looking forward to this talk. A little bit about George. He’s known as empowering and a guide to authentic next level health. He is a specialist in precision performance medicine. 

He believes that one should not just survive but thrive. He’s an expert clinician known for getting people to look and feel better than they thought they could. I love that, we see it all the time. He combines state-of-the-art life style assessment technology with cutting edge epigenetic coaching—we’ll have him explain that—peptide therapy, hormone optimization, and functional medicine to guide motivated clients to their full health potential. He is passionate for clients to develop the knowledge to obtain next level physical performance and youthful appearance and longevity. I agree, it sounds like he becomes partners with his patients, which I think is key. He received his BS in psychology from Stanford, not too shabby. He obtained an MS in health science management, and an MD from Rush university.

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