Category Archive: Uncategorized

Jun 09

Cholesterol Code Workbook 2: The Mysterious Lipoprotein(a)

On this episode of the Cholesterol Code Workbook, we discuss five papers about the most mysterious lipoprotein: Lipoprotein(a). We discuss its involvement in wound healing, its role as a carrier for oxidized phospholipids, and potential influences on risk for cardiovascular disease. Take a seat, grab a snack, and join us as we venture into the …

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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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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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Aug 08

Low Carb USA 2017

This last weekend I gave a presentation at Low Carb USA in San Diego. I was invited to speak by the lovely folks of ApoE4.info and was excited to have a full hour to provide more explanation and depth to both the lipid system and my research. In fact, this may be my personal favorite …

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Jul 31

Bananas, San Diego, and Patreon

I’ve got quite a lot in my Inbox now and I’m definitely exploring my limits these days. But to save time on answering many similar questions, I’m going to give a heads up on what’s ahead… This Week I just completed an experiment where I ate primarily meat for the first three days, then added …

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