With less than 5 weeks to go until the Weston A. Price Foundation‘s Wise Traditions Conference in Atlanta, Aaron Zober interviews another speaker. The speaker for this episode is Chris Masterjohn, who is currently working as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Illinois where he’s studying the benefits of fat soluble vitamins*. He’s a frequent speaker at the Wise Traditions Conference. For the upcoming Conference, he’ll be talking about how fat soluble vitamins are important in preventing heart disease. Chris explains to the listeners what fat soluble vitamins are and what food are the best sources of the vitamins. He talks about how fat soluble vitamins can also help prevent and cure other chronic illnesses. Additionally, Chris debunks the recent studies linking TMAO to heart disease. Chris says we need to move away from the perspective of simplifying any molecular compound as being good or bad; whether it’s cholesterol, TMAO, fructose, gluten, or anything else, and learn how to enable the body to healthfully use all that’s given to it.
*Chris Masterjohn’s discussions on this podcast, as well his writings in various journal blogs, represent his independent work and do not represent the positions of the University of Illinois.
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