Mass-Producing New Mitochondria

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Here are nine ways to manufacture brand-new mitochondria …

1) Ride a bicycle uphill, and coast downhill.

2) Carry a bicycle uphill, and coast downhill.

3) Carry a skateboard uphill, and coast downhill.

4) Carry a sled or toboggan uphill, and slide downhill.

5) Carry skis uphill, avoiding the ski lift, and ski downhill.

6) Lift weights overhead, and throw them down. (Your local gym owner may not approve!)

7) Climb a diving board ladder, and dive into the pool.

8) Walk up the stairs, and slide down the banister.

9) Be creative and insert your own concentric exercise here.

According to Wikipedia …

“Eccentric training is particularly good for casual and high performance athletes or the elderly and patients looking to rehabilitate certain muscles and tendons.”

Wikipedia forgot to add …

“… and create aerobic glycolysis, something Otto Warburg and Albert Szent-Gyorgyi warned us to avoid.”

Learn how to convert individual muscle tissues into mini-steroid-manufacturing plants (with a little help from photodynamic illumination) at the Santa Barbara Sun Sync Science School of Self Healing.

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'Mass-Producing New Mitochondria' have 8 comments

  1. August 18, 2015 @ 5:51 pm Atom


    Kevin E. Wilk, Michael M. Reinhold, James R. Andrews (The Athlete’s Shoulder, Second Edition, 1994, 2009) wrote (with emphasis on athletic performance, NOT Longevity Lifestyles) …

    “Oxygen consumption increased with intensity for both concentric and eccentric activity, but it increased at a far greater rate during concentric exercise.”


  2. August 18, 2015 @ 5:54 pm Atom

    The Mainstream Medical Mafia is quick to bash shark liver oil and squalene, but slow to tell us that the same standards apply to cod liver oil and its pescatorial approximations.

    Joon Beom Seo, Jung-Gi Im, Woo Sun Kim, Chang Kyu Seong, Jae Woo Song, & Jin Haeng Chung (Shark Liver Oil-induced Lipoid Pneumonia in Pigs: Correlation of Thin-Section CT and Histopathologic Findings, Radiology, Jul. 1999) wrote …

    “PURPOSE: To evaluate sequential changes in thin-section computed tomographic (CT) findings after inducement of lipoid pneumonia and provide the histopathologic bases of these findings.

    “MATERIALS AND METHODS: Shark liver oil was administered to 12 sites in seven pigs. Thin-section CT scans were obtained within 1 hour and at 1 week, 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 8 weeks, 12 weeks, and 16 weeks after oil administration. Scans were assessed for opacity, distribution, location at the lobular level, extent, and volume of the lesions. The CT number in consolidation areas also was measured. Findings at CT were correlated with those in the histopathologic specimens.

    “RESULTS: Diffuse ground-glass opacity was noted on all immediately obtained scans. The opacity of the lesions was highest at 1 week; then it decreased gradually to an area of ground-glass opacity. The extent and volume of the lesions decreased at follow-up CT. Histopathologically, the lesions showed a lobular distribution sharply demarcated from the normal lungs. The lobules of decreased volume showed residual thickening of the alveolar walls with bronchiolectasis and mild collagen deposition of the interlobular septa. Pathologic examination of the low-attenuating consolidation area at CT revealed evidence of partial aeration.

    “CONCLUSION: Thin-section CT findings of lipoid pneumonia include ground-glass opacity and airspace consolidation, followed by complete or incomplete resolution with volume loss and septal thickening. Low-attenuating consolidation at CT does not always indicate the presence of fat.”


  3. August 18, 2015 @ 11:43 pm matt

    I bet you disagree with a lot of what Mary Knoetig said!?


    • August 21, 2015 @ 4:46 pm Atom

      I wish the body worked like that. Engrams (especially toxic ones) get in the way. :(


  4. August 20, 2015 @ 8:35 pm John

    Hi Atom,
    do you need to eat butter when you take iodine order to absorb it ?


    • August 21, 2015 @ 4:49 pm Atom

      Butter gets iodine to extra places. Ditto an alcoholic tincture. :)


  5. August 21, 2015 @ 9:36 am John

    What is a therapy and food for Baker’s Cyst behind the right knee (the area swells up) in a middle aged man ?


    • August 21, 2015 @ 4:58 pm Atom

      They’re usually caused by systemic inflammation, so the general strategy is to avoid all polyunsaturated oils, fish oils, lactic acid-producing foods (including most yogurt), and all estrogenic foods, for a while.

      BEHIND the right knee could involve a (1) man or a (2) man and a woman.

      The front of the body is easier to interpret without Body Dowsing.

      Body Dowsing is usually needed for both the back of the body and especially for the sides of the body.


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