I think this guy has some really interesting things to say. He is a new doctor of nutrition sciences and he specializes in cholesterol and fats from my understanding. I have talked with professors at my school about the China study, and with very mixed reviews. The epidemiology was questionable according to one nutrition professor. My personal opinion of it, is that most humans do not fare well with casein, whey or lactose as adults. Of course there seems to be some northern Europeans who have no issues genetically and create lactase as adults. I have yet had a chance to read though all of Collin’s published papers, but I would like to see these same tests ran with various other types of animal proteins beyond dairy. I would also like to see plant protein tests ran with full spectrum amino acids provided. Collin mentioned when full spectrum aminos were not available because the plants lacked an amino or two the cancer did not grow, but that does not mean that these can not be built from a varied diet. There are a lot of questions. I have no doubt that Collin is a great scientist and has done some amazing work, but I question whether the conclusions he believes the data represents will stand the test of time.
Masterjohn is a young buck. I look forward to following his career. I suspect he will come up with some interesting discoveries.
As Collin says, to be involved in science is to engender debate. These are worth the time for inquiring minds.Enter Chris Masterjohn, doctor of nutrition science and his thoughts on the China Study, his pseciality is cholesterol., 33% based on 6 ratings