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Chris Masterjohn PhD., talks about Dietary Management of Heterozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia (HeFH)

Mastering Nutrition Episode 16: Dietary Management of Heterozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia (HeFH)

In this episode, I discuss dietary management of familial hypercholesterolemia (HeFH). This question was asked on the Facebook Live episode from 06/16/2016, “Ask Chris Masterjohn, PhD Anything About Heart Disease,” but I was unable to get to the question within Facebook’s time limit. Please note that HeFH is a medical issue and the purpose of …

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 …

Mastering Nutrition with Chris Masterjohn

Introducing Mastering Nutrition… Wait For It… PODCAST! Episodes 1, 2, and 3 are now live!

I’m excited to announce that with this post I am launching Mastering Nutrition PODCAST!   Here are episodes 1, 2, and 3: I would love it if you could give me feedback by heading to ITunes, subscribing, and leaving me a rating and review. If I get a positive response, I’ll begin releasing more content …

I’m 95% Confident This is a Good Definition of a P Value

 New post over at Mother Nature Obeyed: I’m 95% Confident This is a Good Definition of a P Value In this post, I explain why I consider it legitimate to read “confidence” that something is not due to chance into a P value. I discuss the differences between Bayesian and frequentist approaches, the agreement between …

Good Lard, Bad Lard: What Do You Get When You Cross a Pig and a Coconut?

New post over on Mother Nature Obeyed: Good Lard, Bad Lard: What Do You Get When You Cross a Pig and a Coconut? The post follows up on the revised fatty acid profile for Research Diets D12492, and discusses the effects of grass-guzzling and coconut-gobbling on the fatty acid profile of lard.