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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 …

Where Do Most AGEs Come From? O Glycation, How Thy Name Hast Deceived Me!

I’ve written a few posts about advanced glycation endproducts (AGEs) in the past, which can be found here.  These posts include a refutation of the common belief that the “receptor for AGEs” (RAGE) is actually a receptor for AGEs, and a refutation of the implausible and unreliable data suggesting that butter is a major source …

How T. Colin Campbell Helped Prove That Protein Protects Us: Glutathione

New over at Mother Nature Obeyed: a post celebrating the one-year anniversary of “The Curious Case of Campbell’s Rats,” taking a look at how glutathione can prevent and reverse liver cancer, and reflecting on the role of glutathione in Campbell’s animal experiments. You can read it here: Taking a Trip Down Memory Lane, Fishing for …

Getting Better Sleep — Cool, Dark, And Lots of B6, Carbs, Calories, and Fat

Chris Kresser and Paul Jaminet recently posted some sleeping tips.  A lot of other great bloggers write about sleep too, like Mark Sisson, Robb Wolf, and Stephan Guyenet.  I think sleep is really important, and I’ve had a lot of sleeping problems in the past, some of which I still occasionally struggle with, so I’m going to …

Anyone Doing Paleo Without Liver, Bones, Skin, and Greens?

Matt Stone is doing an interesting series on the damage to the thyroid caused by eating too much muscle meat instead of the gelatinous materials found in the other half of the animal. Muscle meats and eggs are very rich in methionine, which increases our need for homocysteine-neutralizing nutrients (vitamins B6, B12, folate, betaine, and …