Monthly Archive: January 2019

Jan 24

The Cholesterol Code Facebook Group Launches Today

This has been a long time coming. But rather than write a long post about it, just come and visit. ’nuff said.

Jan 23

Guest Post – Impact of Coffee on Triglycerides

Note from Dave: Sean is a prolific member of the LMHR Facebook Group and I was keen to share this remarkable experiment with you all as a guest post here. Enjoy! My name is Sean Brennan and I have been on a ketogenic diet for 14 months now, beginning on Thanksgiving of 2017.  It has …

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Jan 20

Added Sugar Experiment 2 – The Paul Mason Edition

Last year at Low Carb Gold Coast, I had the pleasure of watching an excellent presentation by Dr. Paul Mason where he talked us through hyper-responders and lipoproteins. Naturally, I was loving every second. To my surprise, he addressed the Feldman Protocol as well, with a suggestion of adding carbs to achieve the same outcome. …

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Jan 16

#CholesterolScience Show – With Dr. Peter Lansberg

0:00 Intro 0:26 Peter’s background and history with lipid research Term used: Familial Hypercholesterolemia (“FH”) is a cluster of genetic abnormalities that result in high total or LDL cholesterol. If someone has Heterozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia it means they got a copy of an FH gene from one parent only. If they have Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia, …

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Jan 12

Peter Lansberg, Carnivore Conundrum, and Caving Up

Peter Lansberg, MD PhD coming to #CholesterolScience I’m honored to have Dr. Peter Lansberg join me 9am PST this Monday (14th) on my channel to talk about all things lipids. He is actually the first practicing Lipidologist to jump on and I’m sure we’ll have a lot of great discussion. As always, you can post …

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