Dave Feldman

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Cholesterol Code – Part V : More Fat, Less Cholesterol… to The Second Power

For the short version with pictures, see below. For the long version, read on after… The Plan A couple months ago I started talking to my sister about taking my data to the next level. But to do so, I’d need someone else’s help — to which she immediately volunteered. (Side note: my sister is …

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Cholesterol Code – Part IV : Still Correlating… in the reverse

I just attended Low Carb USA at San Diego where I shared much of the data below. And while I was interested in a possible divergence that seemed to appear at the end of May in Part III, it turned out to be more of a one-off, probably due to a higher percentage of protein …

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Now with 28 NMRs, Low Carb USA, and Upcoming Part IV

Greetings again, my friends! These past four weeks have been pretty packed and my next three weeks will be no different. That said, I’ve managed plug in a lot more NMRs due to the experiment I’ve been conducting which involved another week of successive blood draws, bringing the total to a whopping 28! In so …

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Prediction Contest

Note from Dave: This post is actually a replacement due to the previous Twitter Prediction post being weirdly targeted by spambots. If you’ve read my series up to this point, you know the pattern being identified should be not only be reproducible, but predictive. So for my 22nd blood test, I decided to have a …

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Cholesterol Code – Part III : The Divergence

In Part I, I shared the data of my first 15 cholesterol blood tests and how closely it correlates with dietary fat. To recap: My cholesterol baseline jumped after starting a ketogenic diet, which led me to do close blood testing against a theory I had on the lipid system appearing as a network (more …

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