How to make your immune system strong as heck, Part 2 with James DiNicolantionio, Pharm D


Find part 1 of this podcast with James, here. 

Dr. James DiNicolantonio, is a Doctor of Pharmacy and a cardiovascular research scientist. A well-respected and internationally known scientist and an expert on health and nutrition, he has contributed extensively to health policy and has testified in front of the Canadian Senate regarding the harms of added sugars. He serves as the associate editor of the British Medical Journal’s Open Heart, a journal published in partnership with the British Cardiovascular Society, and is on the editorial advisory boards of several other medical journals. Dr. DiNicolantonio is the author or coauthor of over 250 publications in the medical literature. He also is the author of three bestselling health books, The Salt Fix, Superfuel and The Longevity Solution, as well as his newest book, The Immunity fix which you can find here. You can follow him on Instagram and Twitter @drjamesdinic and on Facebook at Dr. James DiNicolantonio. You can visit his website at

Time stamps: 

0:08:11 Podcast begins 

0:09:16 How to create metabolic health 

0:16:54 A high linoleic acid diet increases oxidative stress in vivo and affects nitric oxide metabolism in humans 

0:19:55 Omega six fatty acids and oxidative stress 

0:21:07 Premature atherosclerosis associated with monogenic insulin resistance 

0:22:00 Elevated Serum C-Reactive Protein and Free Fatty Acids Among Nondiabetic Carriers of Missense Mutations in the Gene Encoding Lamin A/C (LMNA) With Partial Lipodystrophy 

0:32:46 Answering the fructose question and dispelling keto dogma 

0:40:17 What nutrients are required for robust immunity 

0:40:17 Is colostrum more effective than vaccines? 

0:41:56 Prevention of Influenza Episodes With Colostrum Compared With Vaccination in Healthy and High-Risk Cardiovascular Subjects: The Epidemiologic Study in San Valentino 

0:43:07 Prevention of flu episodes with colostrum and Bifivir compared with vaccination: an epidemiological, registry study 

0:48:05 Some other helpful interventions 

0:52:59 All about environmental hormesis 

0:57:48 James' thoughts on time-restricted eating 

1:42:35 Where to find James DiNicolantonio