Category Archive: Study

Sep 10

Women: Let’s Talk Cholesterol

Note from Dave: This long-awaited installment from Siobhan is a must-read for every female interested in cholesterol and risk. Enjoy! The First Hint As the #LDLBounty continues, and the question of whether high LDL in isolation raises the risk of cardiovascular mortality (or all-cause mortality) in and of itself remains unanswered, there may be a …

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Aug 10

Lipid Related Study Roundup – Part 1

  Last week, during a meeting, Dave brought up the idea for me to go on a formal hunt for any studies that fit the triad outlined in his Low Carb Cholesterol Challenge. I tend to spend a fair bit more time digging through studies than he does, and a fresh set of eyes can help with any task. …

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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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May 11

Top Ten Lipid Related Studies

Note from Dave– For the record, Siobhan reads many more studies than I do — and probably you too. This is why I call her our Senior Researcher here at CC. So I asked if she had to narrow down a “Top 10” list for our readers, and as always, she did not disappoint. Enjoy!   …

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Jun 05

My First Study

While I’m in the process of refilling the coffers and am pretty limited on time, I am starting to lay some groundwork for my first study. It is my hope I can conduct it in the fall of this year, but that’s still to be determined. The study will need 12-20 volunteers who will be eating …

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