Dave Feldman

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The New Cholesterol Code – Less Comments, More Research

Hello everyone! You may have noticed we’ve been posting less frequently here at CholesterolCode.com (CC). This isn’t for lack of interesting things to share and update you on – it’s because Siobhan and I are now fully entrenched in both formal research through the CitizenScienceFoundation.org and expanding our blood testing service, OwnYourLabs.com. A Quick Recap Here’s …

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Heading to Florida with Some New Pins in Hand (Get Yours Here)

I’m excited to announce I’ll be heading to the Keto Orlando Summit this weekend. I’m also excited to announce we made some commemorative magnetic pins for this occasion to help fundraise for the Citizen Science Foundation. If you donate $25 or more (see below), we’ll ship you the pin directly, or I’ll actually hand it …

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Start Here (Pinned)

Welcome to CholesterolCode.com. This site serves as an information and research hub for emerging data on cholesterol. particularly in the context of a low carbohydrate lifestyle. If you know little to nothing about cholesterol -> If you’re wanting to learn more about why cholesterol could be higher, particularly on a low carb diet, we present …

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Lipid Energy Model Published

We’re excited to announce the publication of the Lipid Energy Model in Metabolites. The Lipid Energy Model (LEM) examines the phenomenon of rising cholesterol levels for those on low carbohydrate diets and how this may provide powerful insights into lipid metabolism overall. The LEM provides a mechanistic explanation for: The Lean Mass Hyper-Responder (LMHR) phenotype, …

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LMHR Case Study – Genetics

In our recent Lean Mass Hyper-Responder (LMHR) case report, we performed extensive genetic testing on the subject, LM, and activity sought input from clinicians and geneticists outside the research team. Because of the broad nature of our testing and absence of notable findings, as determined by expert consultants, and manuscript length limitations, we stated in …

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