Are you curious about the ongoing work of opposing medical mandates? Want to hear from someone on the inside of what is going on in New York? Curious what the research says about nutrients and COVID? Tune in to hear us interview Chris Masterjohn, PhD in Nutritional Sciences on his recent work standing against mandates in New York, how iron and arginine can help long haulers, the issues with vaccine “studies” and beyond! 


In this episode, Ali and Becki interview Chris about anything and everything from his deep dive research into nutrients that prevent and support COVID to how vaccine research is fundamentally flawed. Learn about what he is seeing in New York and how you can get involved in the medical freedom fight! 


More about Chris: 

Chris earned his PhD in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Connecticut. He served as a postdoctoral research associate in the Comparative Biosciences department of the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois. He was also an Assistant Professor of Health and Nutrition Sciences at Brooklyn College.


In the fall of 2016, he made the decision to leave academia and pursue entrepreneurship a transition he completed on January 1, 2017. He is currently conducting independent research, consulting, working on information products, collaborating on information and technology products, and producing tons of free content to help people gain better health. He has deep and personal experiences with the power of food, movement, and mindfulness to support health and well being. Chris wants to take what he’s learned and pay it forward. He is constantly learning from his own challenges, failures, and successes, and by scouring the scientific literature, whether uncovering long-forgotten and neglected evidence from yesteryear or following and deciphering the latest findings.


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