Category: Cholesterol

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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New LMHR Case Study Published

We’re happy to announce the release of our new LMHR Case Study this week in Frontiers in Endocrinology. Feel free to download the PDF and share the page link if you find the paper compelling. (The more our work is shared, the more it supports our efforts, of course.) Highlights of the new paper: LDL-C …

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Comment on: Mark’s “Making of a LMHR”

Recently, Mark Lightell, a 29-year-old endurance athlete, took it upon himself to try to convert to the LMHR phenotype with a two-week n=1 experiment. You can find Mark’s post about this experience here. Mark and Dave invited me to do a little commentary on Mark’s experiment. Here it goes… First, I want to reinforce my …

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Guest Post: Making of a LMHR?

Note from Dave: Mark Lightell is actually a frequent commenter at the LMHR Facebook group, but he is notably an advocate for reduction of LDL cholesterol and ApoB, and a firm believer in the Lipid Heart Hypothesis. However, he’s also interested in our work and saw a clear opportunity to make a contribution with this …

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Our Paper on Low Carb, LDL Cholesterol, and the LMHR Phenotype is Now Finalized

Note from Dave: this guest post from Nick Norwitz discusses our #LMHRpaper, which as of today, is now finalized. 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 …

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