Dave Feldman

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Blasting Off Into 2022

Make no mistake, 2021 has been a watershed year for us. There have been many substantial developments both in what has been completed and what has just begun. New Research Spotlight for Siobhan Huggins Early in the year my colleague, Siobhan Huggins was diagnosed with Lipedema and quickly shifted focus to this and related conditions. …

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BREAKING: Our Paper on Low Carb, LDL Cholesterol, and the LMHR Phenotype is Now Available

IMPORTANT UPDATE 1-28-2022: Our paper is now finalized with this guest post from Nick Norwitz now fully updated. Thanks again to the many wonderful readers who contributed their efforts in our final edit. The final version of the Lean Mass Hyper-Responder (LMHR) paper was just released! I’m pleased to report that, even in the early …

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Announcement: $20,000 Donation for Lipid Triad Analysis

BREAKING: Last night I posted a tweet (see below) curious if any data scientists would be interested in querying one of the major longitudinal datasets (such as UK Biobank) on the “Lipid Triad” (high LDL-C + high HDL-C + low triglycerides) vs All Cause Mortality. To my great surprise, an anonymous donor has come forward …

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Discussing the LMHR Study on the Diet Doctor Podcast

I had a great chat with Dr. Bret Scher, Medical Director of Diet Doctor, on the newly launched Lean Mass Hyper-responder study. 0:00 Introduction 3:06 Welcome, Dave Feldman 4:06 A rise in cholesterol for people on keto 12:05 Dave’s pushback in his research 20:14 Thoughts on the recent Women’s Health Study paper 29:39 Exciting news …

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THE LEAN MASS HYPER-RESPONDER STUDY LAUNCHES TODAY

The Citizen Science Foundation is proud to announce the launch of the Lean Mass Hyper-responder study, effective immediately. This research will be conducted in partnership with the Lundquist Institute for Biomedical Innovation at Harbor-UCLA. For official details, eligibility criteria, and how to join, please visit: CitizenScienceFoundation.org/study