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Will Hunter

Content Contributor

Will is a content writer for KnowYourDNA. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of California, LA. He has 7 years of experience writing health-related content, with an emphasis on nutrition, alternative medicine, and longevity.


Will loves discovering ways to optimize physical and mental performance through diet, supplement, and lifestyle interventions. He is passionate about covering advancements in science and medicine that will lead to increases in healthspan and lifespan. 


He strives to give people the information they need to take control of their health and live their lives to the fullest.

Latest articles from the author

NAT Ketones Reviews

If you have any interest in fitness, diet, or nutrition, you’ve probably come across the ketogenic diet. The ketogenic diet, or keto diet for short, is a very low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet that causes the body to burn fat for fuel instead of glucose. The keto diet has been shown to improve blood sugar levels, improve […]

Meal Replacement vs. Protein Shake — Which Do You Choose?

Many people often confuse meal replacements with protein shakes and vice-versa. While they may share similar ingredients, nutrients, and flavors, they are designed to achieve very different health goals.  Meal replacements are commonly used for weight loss while protein shakes are used to build muscle, recover faster, and improve strength and athletic performance.1, 2  Deciding […]

High Cholesterol Levels (Hypercholesterolemia)

Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance (lipid) made by the liver that plays many essential roles in the body. It’s a key component in cell membranes, helps digest fats, and is a necessary ingredient in important hormones like vitamin D and testosterone.1  “The body makes cholesterol in amounts the body needs. But food sources like […]

What MCV Levels Mean (Mean Corpuscle Volume)

Mean corpuscular or mean cell volume (MCV) is often included as part of a complete blood count (CBC). A CBC looks at red blood cells and other cells in a person’s blood. Red blood cells (RBCs) deliver oxygen and vital nutrients to every cell and tissue in the body. In order to perform this function, […]
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