Dave

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Date registered: April 15, 2016

Latest posts

  1. Low Carb Breck ’18 and an Update on Remnant Cholesterol — May 17, 2018
  2. LCCholesterolChallenge Update – The First Contender — May 9, 2018
  3. Weight Gain Experiment – Progress Update — May 5, 2018
  4. The Next Chapter — April 16, 2018
  5. Gaining Weight for Science — April 12, 2018

Most commented posts

  1. Are you a Lean Mass Hyper-responder? — 468 comments
  2. Remnant Cholesterol – What Every Low Carber Should Know — 363 comments
  3. START HERE (Pinned) — 207 comments
  4. Cholesterol Research Breakthrough — 174 comments
  5. New Report Tool in Development — 160 comments

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May 17

Low Carb Breck ’18 and an Update on Remnant Cholesterol

[UPDATE May 18th, 2018: The very gracious Kerry Ireland has transcribed the video for us — see below] My presentation at Low Carb Breck is finally up!   A Quick Update on Remnant Cholesterol I wanted to give a reminder that I’m still very early on in my research of Remnant Cholesterol. We’re working through …

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May 09

LCCholesterolChallenge Update – The First Contender

It’s hard to believe it was almost three months ago that I posted the #LCCholesterolChallenge and I hadn’t heard a peep. This wasn’t for lack of pinging many of the biggest LDL-lowering experts I could find on Twitter and through social media. In fact, this is the most tweeted and retweeted graphic I’ve used to date. …

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May 05

Weight Gain Experiment – Progress Update

Before getting started, let me again emphasize that I highly discourage anyone else doing this experiment. As I’ve warned both here on the blog and on YouTube, this experiment has both short and long-term risks. In order to gain weight, I’m inducing a constant state of heightened insulin (duh!) to accumulate fat. Patrons –> I have an …

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Apr 16

The Next Chapter

Something amazing has happened. For the first time in two and a half years, I won’t be running a deficit with this research. In other words, funding from individuals has now reached a point where I won’t need to draw from my savings next month. I should be able to cover my expenses — including …

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Apr 12

Gaining Weight for Science

Here’s an experiment I never thought I’d do — and post I never thought I’d be writing! As I’ve complained about a few times, my Capstone and Added Sugar experiments both put on belly fat and subq. Immediately after going back to keto, about 70% appeared to go away within days (much of that was …

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