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Lifelong Labs’ Greg Lindberg Explores the Functions of Mitochondria in His New Book

“Mitochondria are the essence of life,” writes Lindberg in the book. “A single mitochondrion has a lifespan of about 100 days, so constant reproduction is critical."

(PRUnderground) January 22nd, 2024

In a world where our daily lives are dominated by technological marvels and scientific advancements, it’s easy to forget mitochondria: the tiny powerhouses within our cells that quietly support our existence. Greg Lindberg’s Lifelong is a groundbreaking book that peels back the layers of mitochondria, which are the most essential and enigmatic organelles in the living world.

Lindberg, a leading wellness advocate, entrepreneur and book author, takes readers on an awe-inspiring voyage into the intricate world of mitochondria. With a flair for storytelling and a passion for wellness and longevity, Lindberg weaves together scientific research, historical discoveries, and personal anecdotes to demystify the tiny but mighty organelles that shape our lives. In the book, Lindberg presents a captivating perspective on aging, challenging the conventional wisdom that it is a uniform, inevitable process.

Lindberg encourages us to consider aging as a collection of intricate, mitochondria-related events that can be addressed individually. By unraveling the mysteries of mitochondria, Lindberg offers a compelling pathway to potentially unlock the secrets of longevity.

“Mitochondria are the essence of life,” writes Lindberg in the book. “It’s how many mitochondria we have, and how well they are functioning—not how many candles are on our birthday cake—that determines how old we are. A single mitochondrion has a lifespan of about 100 days, so constant reproduction is critical.”

The book begins with the fascinating revelations about mitochondria’s role in energy production, metabolism, and even aging. Lindberg talks about the idea of activating the mitochondria in our cells, unleashing untapped stores of energy while slowing, and even reversing, the effects of aging.

“It all begins with the mitochondria—the energy source of all life, the battery packs within each of our cells,” said Lindberg. “The aging process can be seen as nothing more than the dwindling of mitochondrial function. But when challenged by a regimen of intermittent fasting—and energized by a rewarding feast—our mitochondria reverse course, growing in number and increasing in potency.”

One of the book’s key strengths lies in its ability to connect the dots between mitochondria and everyday life. Lindberg eloquently elucidates how these microscopic powerhouses impact our health, from the energy needed for a morning run to the aging process itself. He also introduces readers to the power of these organelles to develop potential therapies for a wide range of diseases, from neurodegenerative conditions to metabolic disorders.

“In a nutshell, mitochondria do far more than just provide energy,” said Lindberg. “They’re the engines of cell growth and renewal. It’s the power of the mitochondria that drives the replication of DNA, and it’s a failure to replicate DNA properly that accelerates the aging process and triggers the beginnings of cancer and several other diseases.”

While Lindberg promises to delve deeper into this intricate process in the subsequent chapters of “LIFELONG,” this glimpse provides a fundamental understanding of his theory. It offers a fresh perspective that aging is not an inevitable, uniform process, but rather a complex series of events that can potentially be targeted and managed for a longer, healthier life.

Greg Lindberg’s groundbreaking ideas in “LIFELONG,” reminds us that the quest for longevity and the secrets of aging are a journey worth exploring. The book’s thought-provoking insights into mitochondria and aging challenge us to reconsider the aging process, paving the way for a future where we may have more control over our biological clocks.

Lindberg is now available on Amazon. To learn more, visit

About Greg Lindberg 

Greg Lindberg is a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and author. To learn more visit Over the course of his career, he has acquired and transformed more than 100 companies that were either failing or underperforming, each time finding and empowering great talent—people with the same commitment to hard work, learning, entrepreneurship, and a roll-up-your-sleeves attitude. Today, this group of companies known as Global Growth is worth billions of dollars. His experiences as a leader and related challenges have inspired him to empower people to achieve optimal success through wellness, longevity and leadership. Lindberg also has authored three books: Failing Early & Failing Often: How to Turn Your Adversity into Advantage and 633 Days Inside: Lessons on Life and Leadership: LIFELONG: Quantum Biology, Anti-Aging Science and the Cutting-Edge Program That Will Transform Your Body and Mind. All of his books are available on Amazon. See: and see: In 2020, he founded Interrogating Justice, a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring awareness and help advance solutions that hold corrupt government actors accountable, ensure fairness in sentencing, support reentry, and provide access to justice for all. To learn more visit:

About Lifelong Labs

About Lifelong Labs
Lifelong Labs is a wellness, longevity and leadership brand which provide science-based information and programs on fasting, cold exposure, exercise, nutrition, hormesis, sleep, mental wellness, leadership, career, and more. The company, launched in 2023, works with trusted health and wellness experts to provide guidance that is science-based, safe, effective and attainable. The brand connects with audiences through its website, newsletters, subscription-based programs and social media platforms. To learn more, visit

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