Siobhan Huggins

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Name: Siobhan Huggins
Date registered: August 10, 2017

Latest posts

  1. The Tandem Drop Experiment – Part 1 – Fat — October 18, 2018
  2. Dave and Ivor Cummins Discuss The Recent Attia Podcast — October 15, 2018
  3. Mega Monster #FeldmanProtocol Results — September 17, 2018
  4. Women: Let’s Talk Cholesterol — September 10, 2018
  5. Lipid Related Study Roundup – Part 1 — August 10, 2018

Most commented posts

  1. Beyond the Lipid Hypothesis: Plaque Development — 84 comments
  2. The Big Deal About Lipoprotein(a) — 39 comments
  3. Beyond the Lipid Hypothesis (Part 2): LDL Modification — 25 comments
  4. Women: Let’s Talk Cholesterol — 25 comments
  5. Mega Monster #FeldmanProtocol Results — 24 comments

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Oct 18

The Tandem Drop Experiment – Part 1 – Fat

Two Experiments in One As soon as we started to discuss possibly attending #NLANashville Dave and I began to toy around with the idea of trying out a dual experiment, similar to the identical diet experiment, with a twist. Instead of doing the same experiment the two of us would be doing two different experiments – but both …

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Oct 15

Dave and Ivor Cummins Discuss The Recent Attia Podcast

  If you haven’t already tuned in to the recent sit down between Dave and Ivor Cummins, here’s your reminder to do so! They share their thoughts during the aftermath of Dave’s recent appearance on Peter Attia’s podcast, including their thoughts on mass balance, root causes, and more. Enjoy!

Sep 17

Mega Monster #FeldmanProtocol Results

One Upmanship Ever since I saw Dave’s Fasting Disaster post I’ve wanted to add some fasting data to the Cholesterol Code reserves. Instead of fasting for two days as Dave had done, I wanted to fast for the three days he had originally planned for. In fact, why not do a full five days as outlined in …

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Sep 10

Women: Let’s Talk Cholesterol

Note from Dave: This long-awaited installment from Siobhan is a must-read for every female interested in cholesterol and risk. Enjoy! The First Hint As the #LDLBounty continues, and the question of whether high LDL in isolation raises the risk of cardiovascular mortality (or all-cause mortality) in and of itself remains unanswered, there may be a …

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Aug 10

Lipid Related Study Roundup – Part 1

  Last week, during a meeting, Dave brought up the idea for me to go on a formal hunt for any studies that fit the triad outlined in his Low Carb Cholesterol Challenge. I tend to spend a fair bit more time digging through studies than he does, and a fresh set of eyes can help with any task. …

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