Category Archive: Lean Mass Hyper-responder

Jun 29

Questions

This thread is dedicated to questions for CholesterolCode.com. Again, we are not doctors or medical professionals and nothing we say here constitutes medical advice. If you have a question that doesn’t involve your specific cholesterol numbers, feel free to comment to this thread below. On the other hand, if you do have a question about …

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Jun 26

Cholesterol Endgame?

Something exciting is happening. There’s a special group of people that may be answering one of the most powerful medical questions of our time. The Hypothesis A hypothesis was made several decades ago, well before I was born. This “Lipid Hypothesis” suggested cholesterol in the blood independently caused heart disease. From Wikipedia: The lipid hypothesis …

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Jun 16

KetoCon 2018 – Initial LMHR Presentation Rough Cut

I was originally going to stream this presentation, but there were a series of technical issues with the wifi and setup at the conference. For now, here is the rough cut before we later edit it in with the presentation slides directly. For now, you can follow along with the below link to the deck …

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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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Aug 31

Lab Tests – Measuring your Metabolic Health

Note from Craig– In addition to helping Dave wrangle data behind the scenes, I will occasionally be dropping in as a guest writer to contribute some additional content. This blog was an invaluable resource when I first found out I was a hyper-responder, and I’m looking forward to helping others understand their own cholesterol situations. Hope …

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