Nutrition with Judy

167. Are Grain-Fed Animals Safe on Carnivore? PUFAs Discussed - Dr. Paul Mason

March 28, 2022 Judy Cho
Nutrition with Judy
167. Are Grain-Fed Animals Safe on Carnivore? PUFAs Discussed - Dr. Paul Mason
Show Notes

I’m excited to be sitting down with Dr. Paul Mason. In our conversation, we talked about some of the confusion in the carnivore keto space. I hope this evidence-based interview helps clarify some of the confusion about omega 6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and its relation to blood sugar imbalances. 

Dr. Paul Mason is a Sports and Exercise Medicine Physician Specialist. He obtained his medical degree with honors from the University of Sydney and holds a degree in Physiotherapy and Occupational Health.

Dr. Mason has an in-depth understanding of the latest science surrounding weight loss and nutrition and he uses a low carbohydrate approach to help his patients achieve an excellent result. Dr. Mason has a practice in Australia and does virtual sessions. 

We discuss the following:

  • All about Dr. Paul Mason
  • Thoughts on saturated fats and seed oils
  • Seed oils and diabetes 
  • PUFAs in meats and HbA1c 
  • Study on corn and antinutrients absorption
  • Seed oil study
  • Thoughts on carbohydrates for athletes
  • Thoughts on SHBG and testosterone
  • Thoughts on thyroid markers
  • Dairy and casomorphin
  • Calcium on a carnivore diet
  • Thoughts on glucose that feeds the brain
  • Where to find Dr. Paul Mason





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