First off, I’m a big fan and I love your podcasts. The one thing I’m not such a fan of though, is the supplement craze.
Do you have any comments on this study? By the looks of it, the only supplement worth taking is folic acid and B-vitamins (which is something I am considering, since I rarely eat meat).
In my mind, if you predominantly eat plant-based wholefoods (vegetables, berries and fruits, legumes, grains, nuts and seeds in that order), molluscs every now and then (once a month-ish) (and I do eat a bit of egg and cheese on occasions), is supplementation really necessary or even desired?
I’m a mid-twenties guy, who exercises a lot (stretching/yoga and running everyday, weights/calisthenics 3-6days/wk and intervals 2days/wk) and I strive to “optimize” my health and fitness (although I do feast on junk in social occasions every blue moon). I intermediate fast every day, every now and then I do a 2-4 day fast, and I meditate daily). Do you have any recommendations for other healthy habits I could implement? Sorry for the digression, I’d be happy with just an answer in regards to the study :)