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Aug 23

Low Carb USA 2017 – Presentation Video

Here’s the video of my presentation at Low Carb USA. I’ve already posted on the ApoE4 group that sponsored it and the many amazing events surrounding the conference.

In this video, I was able to do a much deeper dive in the beginning, to better help the audience understand the nature of the lipid system and the importance of “ride sharing” for lipoproteins — in layman’s terms. 🙂

Special note: In case you thought this week hit its quotas for blog posts, just wait until you see what we have coming in tomorrow…

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SallyLaughs
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Just a comment, I do not eat pork or shellfish at all and I would love to be able to compare those who do to those who don’t especially since the keto group pushes pig bacon so hard. I believe our bodies are designed to eat certain animals and not others (some are food and some are not food just like poison ivy is not food but broccoli is). The okay animals are: fish with fins and scales (so no shellfish or calamari or whales or shark), animals that both chew the cud and have a split hoof (not pig,… Read more »
Myrto Ashe
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I watched this video, and I am a bit puzzled. As a functional medicine physician, I play with people’s blood glucose and lipid panels for a living. I recommend diets and I watch things change. I will definitely give people a heads up to stick to their diet very closely for the 5 days before a NMR test. But here is my question: We start with the understanding that ApoE4 carries fat and is inflammatory (so might lead to many long term issues that come about as a result of chronic inflammation), and so we recommend that patients with ApoE4… Read more »