Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

Dr. Mercola: Vitamin D, Linoleic Acid & Hacking Your Diet | Episode 01



Are EMFs harmful? Should you wear sunscreen? In this episode, Joe and Dr. Joseph Mercola discuss these and other controversial topics within the health industry. Dive deep into the importance of sun exposure (it’s not just vitamin D), vegetable oils, and learn valuable insights to hack your diet.

Dr. Mercola shares his secret for better vitamin D levels, discusses the problems with linoleic acid and which foods to avoid, and talks about the one supplement he hasn’t taken in 15 years. Plus, listen to the top mistakes people make when trying to biohack their health.

Dr. Mercola is a New York Times bestselling author and the founder of the natural health website Mercola.com, one of the world’s leading natural health website with millions of monthly visitors.

This interview is not intended as medical advice.

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0:00 – Introduction
2:27 – The importance of the sun and Vitamin D
7:03 – Mendelian Randomization Studies with Vitamin D
10:20 – Dr. Mercola & The New York Times
11:45 – EMFs vs. Vaccines
14:25 – Tracking the effects of EMFs, Vegetable Oil, and Vaccines
15:34 – How long do the effects of Vegetable Oil last?
19:13 – The negative effects of Vegetable Oils
21:14 – What does Linoleic Acid do to your body?
26:08 – How Dr. Mercola changed his diet to remove vegetable oils and decrease linoleic acid
31:57 – Why studies on Vegetable Oil make it seem less harmful
33:40 – LDL Cholesterol levels
37:07 – The top 5 worst things people are doing for their health
44:11 – Iron, Ferritin, and Hemoglobin

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4 thoughts on “Dr. Mercola: Vitamin D, Linoleic Acid & Hacking Your Diet | Episode 01
  1. Joe, please switch over to Rumble, Bitchute, or Odysee. I hate coming over to YouTube.
    I have followed you for over 10 years and watched your journey to health. Awesome interview!

  2. interesting linoleic acid comments and <2% recommendation, which refers to LA as a % of calorie intake and not the LA % as measured on an omega-3 index report…time to cut back on walnuts and pecans and increase the expensive macadamias more… controversial 0 ferritin score ideal..🌀

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