Daisy’s latest extraordinary man, Chris, talks about his role as education manager at Perfect Keto, how he uses exogenous ketones and MCTs as well as recommendations for how best to use them as part of your ketogenic diet if you choose to.
Chris Irvin is a nutrition science researcher and writer with an expertise in ketogenic dieting.
Chris holds a master’s degree in exercise and nutrition science and spent his time in graduate school studying the ketogenic diet for performance and therapeutic applications. Chris is the education manager at Perfect Keto and strives to make the ketogenic diet easy and keto science accessible to everyone.
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