Monthly Archive: January 2018

Jan 29

Sugar and Cholesterol Experiment – Part II

I’m writing these words on the evening of Day 3, which completes the Washout Stage. I knew this experiment had more potential for pitfalls than the others and it appears I’ve ran into one even before the Intervation Stage. The problem? I’m not feelin’ 100%. Probably Electrolytes As I’ve already shared with my Patrons in …

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Jan 28

Sugar and Cholesterol Experiment – Part I

Hypothesis The increase in sugar from Stage 2 (Intervention) will result in LDL cholesterol of Stage 3 (Aftermath) to be lower than stage 1 (Washout). Experiment Design For the first three days (Washout stage) and last five days (Aftermath stage), I will have the keto shake only. For the three days in the middle (Intervention …

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Jan 20

START HERE (Pinned)

Please consider supporting our newly launched Citizen Science Foundation and its central endeavor, the LMHR Measurement Project. Your contributions are making citizen science a reality – 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 …

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Jan 19

Remnant Cholesterol – What Every Low Carber Should Know

I want to introduce you to something called Remnant Cholesterol. And if you’re on a #LCHF/#Keto diet, this will be especially relevant. It is very simply calculated: you just subtract HDL Cholesterol (HDLc) and LDL Cholesterol (LDLc) from your Total Cholesterol. For example, if your Total Cholesterol were 300, your LDLc 200, and HDLc 80, …

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Jan 08

New Report Tool in Development

I haven’t had a chance to write about Cholesterol Remnants or Atherogenic Index of Plasma, but I will at a future date. For now, I have a tool I’ve been writing and testing which will report those and other metrics for copy/paste use. You’ll find it on the new Report page. Feel free to test …

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