Monthly Archive: June 2018

Jun 16

KetoCon 2018 – Initial LMHR Presentation Rough Cut

I was originally going to stream this presentation, but there were a series of technical issues with the wifi and setup at the conference. For now, here is the rough cut before we later edit it in with the presentation slides directly. For now, you can follow along with the below link to the deck …

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Jun 13

Carotid Artery Update, SAD Diet Edition

[UPDATE — 6/14/18 — I’ve added further data and some study comparisons below!] Of all the metrics I’ve been wondering about following my Weight Gain Experiment, CIMT certainly ranks in the Top Three. I speculated several times that I wouldn’t be surprised if it had an impact. But how much? The Jury is in: Lots …

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Jun 09

Cholesterol Code Workbook 2: The Mysterious Lipoprotein(a)

On this episode of the Cholesterol Code Workbook, we discuss five papers about the most mysterious lipoprotein: Lipoprotein(a). We discuss its involvement in wound healing, its role as a carrier for oxidized phospholipids, and potential influences on risk for cardiovascular disease. Take a seat, grab a snack, and join us as we venture into the …

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Jun 08

Cholesterol Code Workbook 1: The EAS Critical Response

The Cholesterol Code Workbook is a new regular video series Sioban Huggins and I are doing as we look at and discuss various studies and their findings. Be sure to subscribe to the channel to catch shows as they are released.   We jump into the very detailed paper that responds methodically to the EAS …

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Jun 05

The Big Deal About Lipoprotein(a)

A Mysterious Figure While studying the lipid system in depth, lipoprotein(a) (pronounced lipoprotein little a; also called Lp(a)) was a particle that repeatedly came up in the study material in passing, although at the time I had no idea what it was. It was never something I had seen mentioned in the mainstream information on …

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