Category: Cholesterol

Dr Budoff to Present Matched Cohort Analysis at WCIRDCD Conference

Original article via CitizenScienceFoundation.org We’re excited to announce our Principal Investigator, Dr. Matthew Budoff, will be presenting preliminary data of our Lean Mass Hyper-Responder study (Keto-CTA) on the weekend of December 7-9th at the World Congress on Insulin Resistance, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease conference in Los Angeles, California. This is the first prospective study of CT Angiography on …

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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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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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