#266: Mapping Monolaurin with Damon Sununtnasuk
Monolaurin is popular in alternative health spaces and often used as an anti-viral/anti-bacterial supplement, but what exactly is monolaurin? In today’s episode, I’m joined by Damon Sununtnasuk to discuss the history and relevance of monolaurin in selective recommendation and treatment plans.
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