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Chris Masterjohn is live on facebook and they asked him anything about methylation

Mastering Nutrition Episode 17: You Asked Me Anything About Methylation, Facebook Live, 06/25/16

This past Saturday, we all showed up live on Facebook so you could ask me anything about methylation. Here’s the video, and the audio recording as a podcast.  Don’t forget this Wednesday (at the time this post is published, that’s tomorrow!) at 5:00 PM eastern time you can show up live again to ask me anything …

Chris Masterjohn answered questions about saturated fat, obesity, inflammation, Ray Peat, Andrew Kim, sugar, antioxidants, Brian Peskin, tests for folate status, accidental gluten exposure, fecal IgA testing, protein, muscle mass, longevity, ketosis, carbs, the total-to-HDL-cholesterol ratio and the triglyceride-to-HDL-C ratio.

Mastering Nutrition Episode 14: I Came LIVE On Facebook So YOU Could Ask Me Anything, and THIS Is What Happened!

This past Saturday I went on Facebook Live for the first time ever so you could ask me anything about health, fitness, and nutrition. It was incredible! Thank you to everyone who came and asked questions! Below you can watch the video or listen to the audio recording as a podcast. Listen on ITunes or …

My New Article on Nutrient Synergy is Up on WestonAPrice.Org

My new article from the Fall, 2012 issue of Wise Traditions, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, is now up online! The article covers several examples of nutrient synergy: how methionine, B vitamins, and glycine interact to regulate methylation; how vitamins A, D and K interact to regulate growth and calcification; and …

Wheat Belly — The Toll of Hubris on Human Health

Dr. William Davis, Milwaukee-based “preventive cardiologist” and Medical Director of the Track Your Plaque program, argues in his new book, Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health, that “somewhere along the way during wheat’s history, perhaps five thousand years ago but more likely fifty years ago, wheat …

The Central Role of Thyroid Hormone in Governing LDL Receptor Activity and the Risk of Heart Disease

In “Genes, LDL-Cholesterol Levels, and the Central Role of LDL Receptor Activity in Heart Disease,” as well as my most recent presentations at Wise Traditions and AHS, I described the overwhelming genetic evidence for the theory that LDL receptor activity centrally governs the risk of heart disease and the large amount of other evidence from …