Monthly Archive: October 2018

Oct 30

News, Comments, Asides — October 2018 Edition

Siobhan Launches Her Patreon Yes, our own Siobhan has finally launched a Patreon after months and months of our prodding her to do so. This is super important as she (like me) puts out a lot of cheddar for lab tests. If you appreciate the excellent data she’s brought us (particularly lately), please note it …

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Oct 18

The Tandem Drop Experiment – Part 1 – Fat

Two Experiments in One As soon as we started to discuss possibly attending #NLANashville Dave and I began to toy around with the idea of trying out a dual experiment, similar to the identical diet experiment, with a twist. Instead of doing the same experiment the two of us would be doing two different experiments – but both …

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Oct 17

Attending #NLANashville and the Secret Tandem Experiment

Siobhan and I flew to Nashville to attend the Clinical Lipid Update put on by the National Lipid Association. We were both very excited to be hanging with like-minded lipid geeks, even if our perspectives might vary a little. We managed to make some new friends, get interesting perspectives and learned a few new things …

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Oct 15

Dave and Ivor Cummins Discuss The Recent Attia Podcast

  If you haven’t already tuned in to the recent sit down between Dave and Ivor Cummins, here’s your reminder to do so! They share their thoughts during the aftermath of Dave’s recent appearance on Peter Attia’s podcast, including their thoughts on mass balance, root causes, and more. Enjoy!

Oct 08

Guesting on the Peter Attia Drive – Response to Peter’s Prebuttal

Peter included a prebuttal at the beginning of his podcast with me that included three central points. I’ll take them one by one. The first: Dave was unable to explain the mass balance, meaning how does one account for the greater amount of cholesterol in, and the greater number of, LDL particles. No one, including …

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