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James DiNicolantonio
Author of The Salt Fix, PharmD, CV research scientist, Associate Editor BMJ Open Heart, Associate Editor Nutrition. Optimizing diet and micronutrients.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 22
Vitamin K2 is important for preventing arterial calcifications . The body can convert some K1 to K2 but likely not enough to hit optimal levels. Pastured cheese, eggs, meats, organ meats and butter are decent sources of vitamin K2.
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James DiNicolantonio 2h
Replying to @James__Hancock
It may no one really knows.
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James DiNicolantonio 2h
I just make sure to get healthy salt in my diet
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James DiNicolantonio 2h
Many beverages are loaded with added sugar. Avoid these liquid sugar bombs.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 22
Replying to @futu00
Vitamin D definitely increases absorption of calcium and if your anti-calcification proteins are not properly hydroxylated from K2 it can potentially pose a problem.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 22
Replying to @futu00
Japan uses 45 mg of vitamin K2 without toxicity so upper limit seems to be extremely high.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 22
Nice!
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 22
Vitamin K2 is important for preventing arterial calcifications . The body can convert some K1 to K2 but likely not enough to hit optimal levels. Pastured cheese, eggs, meats, organ meats and butter are decent sources of vitamin K2.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 21
Replying to @foodtechhacker
Yep brain eating is where our ancestors on the Savannah’s fot their DHA.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 21
Salt provides so many nourishing and beneficial priorities to the body and is key to maintaining hydration and your electrolyte status. Not getting enough salt can cause magnesium, calcium and potassium deficiency in the body. Stay salty my friends!
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 21
Amen
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 21
Salt provides so many nourishing and beneficial priorities to the body and is key to maintaining hydration and your electrolyte status. Not getting enough salt can cause magnesium, calcium and potassium deficiency in the body. Stay salty my friends!
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 20
Yep it’s all about the post prandial effects. Fasting insulin just doesn’t hold a candle.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 20
Replying to @RDValerie
Organic soybeans in moderation. Probably okay.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 20
Magnesium can be depleted in the body by over 60 different factors . It’s also a mineral that most of us are lacking. Make sure to get your magnesium each day.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 20
Magnesium can be depleted in the body by over 60 different factors . It’s also a mineral that most of us are lacking. Make sure to get your magnesium each day.
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 19
The Salt Fix now available in Romanian!
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 19
The Salt Fix now available in Romanian!
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 19
The Inuit were healthier than those in the West. It’s not a myth and
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James DiNicolantonio Jul 17
Every bite of food can either feed disease or prevent it. It’s up to you to take control of your health.
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