Dave

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Date registered: April 15, 2016

Latest posts

  1. New Adventures in Carbland — October 17, 2017
  2. Gold Coast 2017 – Photos from the Road — October 10, 2017
  3. The Lipids – a Parody of The Simpsons Opening — September 25, 2017
  4. Siobhan Debuts on 2 Keto Dudes — September 20, 2017
  5. Heads Up Health, Patron Content, Ferritin Drop — September 18, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Are you a Lean Mass Hyper-responder? — 233 comments
  2. Cholesterol Research Breakthrough — 163 comments
  3. The Fasting Disaster — 64 comments
  4. A Simple Guide to Cholesterol on Low Carb – Part II — 58 comments
  5. A Simple Guide to Cholesterol on Low Carb – Part I — 56 comments

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Oct 17

New Adventures in Carbland

My current series of experiments have me doing a lot of carbs. I was shooting to average around 150-180g a day. But now I’m up to around 280g a day (roughly 8-9x what I was under keto). I’ll have more on that as the results of the experiments role out. (Or — shameless plug — …

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Oct 10

Gold Coast 2017 – Photos from the Road

The decision to head to Low Carb Gold Coast was actually made just a few months ago. My wife was able to score our plane tickets on points and miles while likewise cashing them in for hotel stays through most of the trip. (As an aside, she’s so serious about these kinds of deals that …

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Sep 25

The Lipids – a Parody of The Simpsons Opening

’nuff said.

Sep 20

Siobhan Debuts on 2 Keto Dudes

Our very own Siobhan Huggins was on 2 Keto Dudes for a really fantastic talk. They got into Full Geek with a lot of in-depth discussion on immune response, modified LDL, and the receptors that love them! This should be required listening for anyone interested in the process behind lipids and their role in the …

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Sep 18

Heads Up Health, Patron Content, Ferritin Drop

Heads Up Health I met David Korsunsky last year and was instantly a fan of his product, Heads Up Health (HUH). His staff has been tenaciously aggregating all these different medical systems and lab result formats into a single repository that’s really easy to work with. Obviously, as a data fiend, I was immediately interested. This weekend …

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