Ep 21 – Chris Masterjohn – Biohacking Lipidology and Debunking Nutrition Bullshittery

In today’s episode, I sit down with Chris Masterjohn. Chris has a PhD in nutritional sciences with the concentration in biochemical and molecular nutrition, from the University of Connecticut. He writes a blog called “The Daily Lipid” and as a frequent contributor on the Weston A. Price foundation’s blog. Chris is one of the foremost experts on the topic of Cholesterol and it’s relationships to heart disease.

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In this episode, we discuss the history of the cholesterol / heart disease connection; misconceptions about diet versus lipid hypothesis, some of the dietary pitfalls experienced by vegans and vegetarians, and how you can overcome them by eating the right types of quality meats. We discuss Methylation and its role in a production of neuro transmitters, cellular detoxification, and what food to help facilitate pro methylation path ways. We talk about food hacks for dental health optimization, Chris’s daily diets, and Chris’s favorite hacks for keeping organ meats which are not necessarily known for their ability as a part of your weekly nutrition program. We also discuss Chris’s favorite supplements, the first 90 minutes of his day, and much, much more. So without further ado, please sit back, relax, and enjoy my conversation with Chris Masterjohn.


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