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Five Rules for a Healthy Diet | Chris Masterjohn Lite #72

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Here is a healthy diet, boiled down into five simple rules.

Tune in to learn the rules!

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28 thoughts on “Five Rules for a Healthy Diet | Chris Masterjohn Lite #72

  1. I do all but the many cups of veggies…I love (cooked) veggies but get full after one cup, several cups is out of my range

  2. I have Parkinson's, and my hair hasn't grown in length for 2 years, it hasn't gone passed my shoulders.. I loose a little when I comb hair, seems normal but I noticed a little breakage of hair in sink.I eat grass fed beef, eggs, butter, some veggies/fruit. I was taking bee pollen for my vitamin B, and try to take arctic naturals cod liver oil with k2, and liver pills and magnesium. Protein interferes with cardopa/levadopa even if I wait as suggested, and cardopa depletes vit b6. Could you recommend what I'm deficient in and need to help my hair grow. Thank you.

  3. The problem with hypercalcemia from too much vitamin D3 is that it messes up the hearts electrical impulses. It will cause angina and heart arrythmias. It happened to me.

  4. I honestly don't see why grains are any good. Basically empty energy, and let's not forget the gluten and other problematic gut irrigators. I have yet to see any person I know who cut grains and didn't feel better, not even low carb but just cutting the grains was an improvement. Most legumes's problamtic effects can be imporved with fermenting/cooking but I don't think grains are the same. Avoid like the plague.

  5. Its been 50 years since I ate meat. I appear to be among the healthiest people in my community. Now I do eat fish and eggs so Protein is not a problem. I get up my mountain a couple of times a week and no one can keep up. Hi ho.

  6. Why 1.5g of calcium, why not more or less ? How is this measured against ? BMI ? Age ? Other factors ? What about bio-availability ? Especially in America and some parts of Europe, the politcal social religious like attitude on food, what would that slant be ? What about context ? Nonetheless, good general presentation.

  7. Chris, that sounds like a lot of food.
    I'm 6' 180 lbs and I eat much less protein than you recommend. I estimate I eat 50 grams per day.
    Are you unconcerned with stimulating excessive mTOR?

  8. Kind of refreshing to hear someone say complex carbs are OK thing, the fad right now seems to be not eating them but unless you are overweight it seems kind of extreme and of dubious health value.

  9. May I ask the reason for only "small amounts of kombucha"? I have IBS-D and a seemingly slow metabolism. A kombucha each day (following dinner) seems to calm down my gastrointestinal upset.

  10. Chris, what do you suggest when even low FODMAPs veggies wreck your gut? I'm bloated and gassy from spinach and carrots even. Trying to get an appointment with a specialist to dig into this, appreciate any insight

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