Have you ever wondered why we even bother to eat and breathe? Meet your Mitochondria. 10,000 times smaller than the AA running your remote, these worming little bioBatteries pay for the endless reassembly of our nano-sized nuts and bolts. To do so, they play “pass the electron” between our food and air and sprinkle energy-rich ATP throughout our cells.
Learn what it takes to make Enzymes snip and squeeze food for its electrons, push around some protons and pull water from the air. There are only three rules: Eat, Breathe and Beware.
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