Hadrien Loton MD
Graduated from Geneva's Faculty of Medicine. Senior Registrar in a Clinic involved in Cardiology, Metabolic Disorders and Anti-Aging. Member of the Swiss Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (SAAAM), the World Society of Anti-Aging Medicine (WOSAAM) and the International Hormone Society (IHS).
Energy Enhancement with Bioidentical Hormonal Therapies
Our vital energy depends on the amount of ATP in our cells which is produced by oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) in the mitochondria. The oxidative phosphorylation is largely influenced by our hormones. Some hormones target directly the mitochondria and the mitochondrial respiratory chain involved in this ATP-producing machinery. We will detail 2 hormones which are major boosters of the oxidative phosphorylation.