ROLE OF MITOCHONDRIAL DYSFUNCTION IN INSULIN RESISTANCE – (05-29-03)

Mitochondrial dysfunction in elderly: possible role in insulin resistance.

This is an interesting concept and would lead to some additional intervention for lower insulin resistance in an elderly population. Mitochondrial support with supplements such as coenzyme Q10, carnitine and malic acid may be warranted in this situation. This would, of course, be on top of lifestyle changes, resistance training, chromium and essential fatty acids to affect the insulin resistance.

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