Category Archive: Experiments

Nov 16

The Half Marathon Experiment

Back in January, I did The Marathon Experiment, where I took both glucose and ketone measurements at every five kilometers. It went a bit off the rails toward the end, but you can read about that in the post. Last weekend, I did a variation of this experiment while performing a half marathon. This time …

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Oct 28

The Game of Glucose Part II

A couple months ago I showed how wildly different glucometers could be from each other and how this compared to lab results themselves in The Game of Glucose. At that time I wasn’t frequently taking glucose measurements within minutes of the actual blood draw for my lipid experiments. Fortunately, with my eye on the prize, …

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Oct 23

New Adventures in Carbland – Parts II and III

As mentioned in Part I, I haven’t had the best time with this experiment. However, as I’ve said time and time again – mine is a journey of science, not of advocacy. So you might find it interesting that I’ll have a few more positive things than last time to say from Carbland… even if …

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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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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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