Category Archive: Experiments

Jan 20

START HERE (Pinned)

Please consider supporting my Patreon. All funding for my research and this site come solely from individuals like you. Thank you! If you know little to nothing about cholesterol-> And you want to learn the basics-> You can check out my Simple Guide to Cholesterol series. It’s full of illustrations and is written for laypeople. Enjoy! …

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Jan 03

The Capstone Experiment – it’s time to #rethinkLDL

As of today, I’m declaring Phase I and II of my research complete. Phase I spans December 2015 to May 2017 where I was focused primarily on the Inversion Pattern. Phase II spans May 2017 to January 2018 where I was focused on Energy Status. The Capstone Experiment combines both legs of this theory and …

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Dec 28

The Big Reveal is Tomorrow at Noon

Well, here we are. My doctor has the final labs in hand for my longest, most ambitious experiment yet. I’ve instructed him to not reveal it in any way — not even to hint at what it might say. Over the last few months, I’ve told many doctors and researchers of my planned experiment for …

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Dec 26

“We regret to inform you…”

Today is not a good day. I just got a call from the lab to let me know that one of the tests didn’t work out. As she opened with this statement, my mind immediately raced to the one test above all others that I cared about, “please don’t say the NMR, please don’t say …

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Nov 29

Lowering Cholesterol as a LMHR

Introduction As our resident Lean Mass Hyper-Responder (LMHR) on the site, I have been an outlier so far with my Lipids. Despite an additional 200g/day of fat, my LDL was effectively unchanged in the Ketofest experiment. I knew exercise was potentially a confounder given Dave’s experiments with distance running, but I had a full training schedule …

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