256: Decoding What Your Body Really Needs With Chris Masterjohn PhD

256: Decoding What Your Body Really Needs With Chris Masterjohn PhD

 
 
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Decoding What Your Body Really Needs with Chris Masterjohn PhD

All of my years of health research have led me to one conclusion: there’s no one-size-fits-all prescription for good health. Each of us needs a personalized approach when it comes diet and the vitamins and minerals we need. The trouble is, how do we figure this out so we can act on it?

Today I’m here with Chris Masterjohn, a PhD in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Connecticut, to talk about just that. I knew I had to share him with all of you when we were paired up at the same table at an event and geeked out about pantothenic acid, and kinase, and genes, and a lot of other fun topics. He spends his time researching and producing some of the highest quality nutritional information out there, all in a way that’s easy to understand and absolutely fascinating.

Definitely check out his Nutrition 101 course below as well as his “Ultimate Cheat Sheet” for testing nutritional status. Both will help you decode exactly what your body needs from a nutritional standpoint.

Episode Highlights With Chris Masterjohn

  • One small change that may fix hormonal acne and teenage acne
  • The surprising thing you probably don’t know about calcium that may be hurting you
  • A few universal nutrition principles that apply to all of us
  • The baseline things you need to know to start personalizing your diet and lifestyle
  • How much protein we actually need and from what sources
  • The reason processed foods are bad for your parathyroid
  • How B5, cholesterol, and sex hormones play together and why you may need more B5 for this reason
  • How to naturally increase NAD levels and why you’d want to
  • A major thing to watch out for with niacin supplementation
  • And more!

Resources We Mention

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