Monthly Archive: November 2018

Nov 28

A Tragic Event

My apologies, but I’ll need to step away. I’ve gotten some terrible news regarding a very close friend that requires my attention. I’ll expand more once everyone in their life is informed. I need to cancel the shows with Ivor Cummins and Dr. Joel Kahn for now (hopefully we can reschedule soon). And I probably …

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Nov 27

Lab Testing Guide 2.0

An Update A little over a year ago, Craig wrote a post on what lab tests to get to measure your metabolic health. Although the original post still has great information, including how to request tests from your doctor, we figured it was about time to make an update, in order to provide information on …

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Nov 21

#CholesterolScience Doubleheader Next Week – Ivor Cummins Wednesday – Joel Kahn Friday

This coming week I’ll have two interviews, Ivor Cummins on Wednesday and Joel Kahn on Friday. (Bios below) How to Ask Your Question You can ask questions of either Ivor Cummins or Joel Kahn in advance of the broadcast one of two ways: Comment to this blog post down below — but keep it short! (Don’t …

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Nov 21

#CholesterolScience Show – with Dr. Spencer Nadolsky

Show Notes: 0:25 Greetings 1:36 Spencer’s background 3:35 The big seven questions intro and context into Spencer and Dave’s background together 4:52 Question Number One: What is your current opinion on the optimal range of Total Cholesterol? 5:24 Question Number Two: What is your current opinion on the optimal range of LDL Cholesterol? 5:55 Question …

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Nov 15

Submit your questions for Dr. Spencer Nadolsky on our first #CholesterolScience Show

New Series Next week Tuesday (November 20th), I’ll be interviewing Dr. Spencer Nadolsky on the first #CholesterolScience series. This show is meant to incorporate many different viewpoints on cholesterol and lipids. (See his page here: drspencer.com) As many of you know, I’m a bit more cautiously optimistic with regard to higher LDL cholesterol and particle …

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