Monthly Archive: September 2018

Sep 20

Resistance Training Experiment – Findings – Part I

As discussed earlier, this experiment is near and dear to me. And I must say, it did not disappoint… Below I have expandable sections with the text from the prior posts that detail this experiment.             Staying Consistent Throughout Here’s a straightforward graphic to illustrate my every day food… (additional …

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Sep 17

Mega Monster #FeldmanProtocol Results

One Upmanship Ever since I saw Dave’s Fasting Disaster post I’ve wanted to add some fasting data to the Cholesterol Code reserves. Instead of fasting for two days as Dave had done, I wanted to fast for the three days he had originally planned for. In fact, why not do a full five days as outlined in …

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Sep 14

Resistance Training Experiment – Progress and Extension

[UPDATE: I incorrectly identified the 18th as the new end date, it will actually be the 17th — corrected below] My Resistance Training Experiment has been quite interesting. But before dishing on the details, I’ll just say that I’ve decided to extend it another week. I’ll now be taking it to the morning of the …

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Sep 10

Women: Let’s Talk Cholesterol

Note from Dave: This long-awaited installment from Siobhan is a must-read for every female interested in cholesterol and risk. Enjoy! The First Hint As the #LDLBounty continues, and the question of whether high LDL in isolation raises the risk of cardiovascular mortality (or all-cause mortality) in and of itself remains unanswered, there may be a …

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Sep 04

Resistance Training Experiment

  I’ve been waiting a long time for this one. For almost three years I’ve gotten nearly no resistance training. Why? Because I’ve long suspected it will impact my lipid numbers. And sure enough, during my endurance running phases, I observed data that appeared to confirm this. So all this time, through all these experiments, …

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