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Introducing Chris Masterjohn Lite

“Chris Masterjohn Lite” is a running series of quick tip videos lasting two to five minutes where the name of the game is “Details? Shmetails! Just tell me what works!” Chris Masterjohn Lite broadcasts Tuesdays and Thursdays on YouTube and Facebook. They'll also be embedded on this page as they come out.

To find them all in one place, here is the link to the playlist on YouTube. On Facebook, viewing an earlier video in the list will automatically put the rest of the list as up next. Additionally, the easy-to-remember URL “chrismasterjohnphd.com/lite” will always direct you straight to this page.

How to Get Over the Afternoon Crash

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How to Use Video Games to Help You Sleep

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Sometimes Sugar is Better Than Starch

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Better Sleep and Wakefulness With Basic Light Hygiene

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That Moment You Wake Up to Pee And Can't Fall Back to Sleep

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5 Easy Ways to Use Ginger for Better Digestion

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The Quickest and Easiest Way to Make Bone Broth

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5 Ways to Eat Enough Liver

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5 Ways to Make Liver Taste Better

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Getting Enough B12: Vegans, Omnivores, and Everyone In Between

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How to Know If Coffee Can Save Your Life

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How to Make Your Own DIY Home Air Filter

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How to Safely Recover From Vegetable Oils

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3 “Healthy” Habits That Could Be Hurting Your Thyroid Gland

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5 Rules You Need to Follow to Get Enough Zinc

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How to Kill a Cold With Zinc

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Why You Should Moderate Your Millet

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Why It Matters What Type of Millet You Eat

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How to Know If You're at Risk of Iron Overload and What to Do About It


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Sometimes Synthetic Folic Acid Is Better Than Natural Food Folate

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13 Comments

  1. Referencing the B12 video, have you seen this website? https://www.veganhealth.org/b12/plant

    He argues that there is poor evidence indicating that nori or the mushrooms you mention reverse B12 deficiency or contain much active B12.

    I’m interested because I got B12 deficiency after being vegetarian for 3 years, even though I drank a decent amount of B12-fortified soy milk (granted, usually it was only 1 or 2 cups a day and sometimes none and sometimes 3). I also drank drinks with spirulina, which I later found out doesn’t contain active B12, but I also ate cheese and eggs occasionally. I’m also curious what your thoughts are on cyanocobalamin and whether my MTHFR gene mutations could have been the reason I got B12 deficiency while drinking soy milk fortified with it. I’m a big fan of yours and I have learned a lot from you over the years. I also didn’t know you couldn’t just eat clams twice a month to prevent B12 deficiency. I’ve told people they could do that before. Whoops! Thank you!

    1. Hi Reese,

      I haven’t seen that site. The argument looks good to me. The forms have been characterized and the coenzyme forms are present as well as other forms known to be bioavailable, the forms bind to intrinsic factor in models of digestion suggest 50% bioavailability, and they prevent B12 deficiency in rats.

      Chris

      1. Also, I didn’t realize you couldn’t eat clams a couple times either. I did a lot of research to do this video and revised my understanding.

        I don’t think MTHFR mutations cause B12 deficiency.

  2. Pee and falling back to sleep:an addition. The carbohydrate suggestion is interesting and a plausible biochemistry. I would tweak the rest of the suggestion. No blue light is a must but getting up and walking to the bathroom and the video suggestion could be improved. Keep a jug/pitcher by the bed and pee in that with no need for a light and keeping one’s nervous system calm. Skip the video and meditate to keep from planning your day. The less you do the less nervous system stimulation and minimal disruption to the sleep cycle.

  3. I’m a 67 year old omnivore and I simplify this considerably by taking a 5mg sublingual methyl-cobalamin every other day. This bypasses the digestive system and ensures an adequate replenishment even if some of it doesn’t make it to the blood stream.

  4. Make ginger snow. Peel some ginger root. Freeze it. Grate with a micro planer. The ginger will melt into the food or hot beverage without the fibers.

  5. Chris,
    I love you Chrismasterjohn Lite and try to incorporate many of your tips into my daily routine.
    I practice intermittent fasting most days of the week. I basically skip breakfast and drink only a “bulletproof” coffee on waking..
    Can you please give some tips on how to reconcile intermittent fasting and the Weston Price type diet safely and effectively.
    Thank you.
    Dora, from Toronto

  6. Ginger: What is your opinion of using it daily and developing some kind of sensitivity which of course can develop to any food item?
    What kind of breaks do you take (every other day, one day per week not taking or other)?
    Do you circle between other digestive help herbs and spices like carminatives?

    1. Noora,

      I don’t take breaks, except when I don’t feel like taking it. I find my digestive symptoms are flexible now but I needed the ginger all the time at first. I’m not sure I understand your question on sensitivities.

      Chris

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