Category Archive: Experiments

Sep 11

Ketofest 2017 Presentation

This has turned out to be one of my favorites thus far. Just two quick notes: I was karate chopping throughout as a way to visually have them advance slides as the clicker wasn’t working well that day. If you’re already familiar with the boilerplate beginning that I usually have, you can skip ahead to …

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Sep 09

Energy Status Experiment

Back in May, I wrote on my isocaloric carb swap experiment where I had 3,000 calories/day of keto shakes for five days, then “swapped” out 500 calories of the shakes for 500 calories of bread for the following five days. The first five days I averaged 30g of carbs, but the second five days I …

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Sep 05

Energy Status Experiment, KetoCon, Science Supporters

Last weekend I arranged a demonstration around my appearance at KetoCon. This Energy Status Experiment kept my calories roughly constant while making a change to my stored glycogen and I wanted to time it so I’d get around the lowest low at about the time of my presentation on Saturday, September 2nd. Needless to say, …

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Jul 17

Ketofest Cholesterol Experiment – Preliminary Results

While there is still more analysis to collect and unpack, here are the preliminary results from the Ketofest Cholesterol Experiment. Did it meet the hypothesis? You be the judge: I can’t possibly express enough appreciation for PTS Diagnostics, the great 2 Keto Dudes and the truly generous volunteers who took this journey through the experiment …

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Jan 10

The Marathon Experiment

“Mubberfubber!!!” The word wasn’t well enunciated due to the lancer I was holding between my teeth. It was a very cold, very early morning on a road just outside of Disney World. I was in a sea of fellow runners about to start the first Disney marathon of the year. But what set me apart …

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