Category Archive: Cholesterol

Oct 08

Guesting on the Peter Attia Drive – Response to Peter’s Prebuttal

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Peter included a prebuttal at the beginning of his podcast with me that included three central points. I’ll take them one by one. The first: Dave was unable to explain the mass balance, meaning how does one account for the greater amount of cholesterol in, and the greater number of, LDL particles. No one, including …

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Oct 08

Guesting on the Peter Attia Drive (2 of 5) – Cholesterol Challenge, Lipid Metabolism, LDL Receptor

  This is a five part series covering my appearance on The Peter Attia Drive podcast. Please skip to the final post to comment.  Part 1 of 5 – Lean Mass Hyper-responders, Oxidized LDL, All-Cause Mortality Part 2 of 5 – Cholesterol Challenge, Lipid Metabolism, LDL Receptor Part 3 of 5 – Remnant Cholesterol, Craig …

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Oct 08

Guesting on the Peter Attia Drive (1 of 5) – Lean Mass Hyper-responders, Oxidized LDL, All-Cause Mortality

UPDATE – 10/8/2018: This entire series was written before the podcast was to be released. Many people messaged me this morning about the format change where Peter summarized a rebuttal before the podcast begins in an unusual format change and were quite frustrated about it. Don’t be! Just listen to the complete episode and even …

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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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