This episode is a recording of the Facebook Live event, "Ask Chris Masterjohn, PhD, Anything About Fat-Soluble Vitamins" that originally aired on Wednesday, June 29, at 5:00 PM eastern time.
In this episode you will find all of the following and more:
Fat-soluble vitamin nutrition during warfarin therapy, and the critical importance of working with the supervising cardiologist or whoever prescribed the warfarin.
Overuse of vitamin D supplements, and the use of parathyroid hormone (PTH), diet, and lifestyle analysis for a more prudent approach.
My opinion on Life Extension's vitamin K supplement.
Too many fat-soluble vitamins versus nutrient imbalances.
Accidental poisoning of pets with warfarin analogues designed to kill rodents, and treating the pet.
Does it matter what time of day you take vitamin D?
Are nutritional databases reliable?
I predict technology that could help nutritional databases become more reliable and usable.
Is Bulletproof coffee sufficient to help fat-soluble vitamins get absorbed?
How I manage my own vitamin D intake and sun exposure to balance the priorities of getting sufficient vitamin D and circadian rhythm stimulation while avoiding sun-induced skin damage.
Resveratrol: even the hormetic dose requires many nutrients found in foods to have its effect.
Balancing vitamins A and D in pregnancy.
Use of low-dose aspirin in pregnancy.
How to get a day’s intake of calcium.
Fermented cod liver oil: amines and self-experimentation.
Is it ok to take vitamin D in large doses once per week instead of small doses daily?
Do babies need to take vitamin D supplements?
What can be done to help fat-soluble vitamin absorption?