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I read an article that referenced lots of research on the benefits of red light therapy for boosting mitochondrial function. Has anyone tried this or researched this themselves?
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I saw the article. Didn’t really research it. I looked more into the supplement that DR Boles just developed. Have you seen that one?
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I have not heard about it. Can you post a link to the info? Thanks!
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http://molecularmitomd.com/?page_id=289
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Thanks for the link. It looks like a well thought out product that would be cheaper than our current system of taking all those active version supplements separately. Has anyone on here had success with it helping their CVS? I find it odd that the description doesn't even mention CVS...just generic "neurodevelopment disorders." It names ADD and ADHD but I guess those are more prevalent and therefore more profitable to market to.
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Dr Boles does cover a range of disorders. I went to see him speak last October, before this was presented, and I loved everything he had to say. It’s funny when you do hear him talk, he addressed CVS more than anything else along with autism. He talked about the supplements and the ways to get them. I’m kind of excited to see it. We haven’t tried it, but we are pretty sure we will.
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There is a tab for conditions treated and CVS is one of the conditions on the tab. Hope this helps.
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Low light Laser therapy. It's used a lot in contact sports (like BJJ and MMA) because of it's ability to repair tissue. Cold lasers are ridiculously expensive (roughly 15,000-25,000 USD for a Thor laser, about $1800 a month for a pod, but the payments are pretty much forever). You can find more info on where the pods can be found to use in the attached link.  https://www.novothor.com/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&keyword=novothor%20pod&utm_campaign=602860951

So is it worth it?  Personally I have yet to have the ability to use LLLT, but anything affordable that might help this madness I always try.  So if I find one in a spa I would give it a try. 

I can tell you, for the cost of one session and with a little tech knowledge you can make one fairly easy.  I made one of the vein finder lights for about $12 and it turns out LLLT is pretty much the same frequency as the one I made.  So I have a bunch of LEDs that emit in the LLLT range and comparable resistors so I may give making a bigger light array with them to get the same effect.  I just have not had enough well time to do the essentials let alone mess with new electronics projects. 

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