Category Archive: Experiments

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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Feb 19

Sugar and Cholesterol Experiment – Findings

Okay, before we get started, you should know I’m not going to have enough time to cover everything that came out of this experiment. Needless to say, there’s lots and lots of interesting stuff in the numbers. But the good news is that I’m making the raw data available to everyone to find these things …

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Feb 09

Sugar and Cholesterol Experiment – Midmortem

  So I started out this experiment with a different design. But along the way, I made a few different adjustments which I’ll list below and why. Changed baseline food. I wasn’t feeling very well when I started out and this could have been for a number of reasons I detail in the second post …

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Jan 29

Sugar and Cholesterol Experiment – Part II

I’m writing these words on the evening of Day 3, which completes the Washout Stage. I knew this experiment had more potential for pitfalls than the others and it appears I’ve ran into one even before the Intervation Stage. The problem? I’m not feelin’ 100%. Probably Electrolytes As I’ve already shared with my Patrons in …

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Jan 28

Sugar and Cholesterol Experiment – Part I

Hypothesis The increase in sugar from Stage 2 (Intervention) will result in LDL cholesterol of Stage 3 (Aftermath) to be lower than stage 1 (Washout). Experiment Design For the first three days (Washout stage) and last five days (Aftermath stage), I will have the keto shake only. For the three days in the middle (Intervention …

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