Category: Cholesterol

For Medical Professionals (Part I): Hyper-responders and the Lipid Triad

In recent months, there has been a growing focus in Lipidology on the phenomenon of high cholesterol levels for those going on a low carb diet. In particular, there have been recent case series published in the Journal of Clinical Lipidology discussing this specifically. This increased interest is certainly welcome, and we definitely advocate for …

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How to Lower Your LDL Cholesterol when Low Carb (if that’s your thing)

Note from Dave – this post is actually a complete “unroll” of my Nov 2019 twitter thread. We’ve linked it many, many times and thus Siobhan rightfully pointed out I should just place it in CC as its own post. As always — and with emphasis — this is not medical advice.

Own Your Labs has Arrived

For almost a year now Own Your Labs (OYL) has been in a kind of “Soft Launch”. It originated from our efforts to gather anonymized data such as through our #BloodTestingDrive at several conferences. Put simply, we’ve sought to (1) get people easier access to bloodwork, and (2) promote greater open science by putting together …

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Preliminary Data on Oxidized Phospholipid Results

It’s been pretty darn busy these days as we’ve had a lot going on with the LMHR Study, platform development for OwnYourLabs.com, and some recent work on the Lipid Energy Model paper. Now most of my data has come back for the Eating Window Experiment, but I haven’t had the time to do a full …

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Eating Window Experiment – Design and Prediction

Today I started the #EatingWindowExperiment, which is probably just what you thought it was by the title. Experiment Design There are two phases: Eat baseline diet for five days in the usual 10 hour window (9am, 2pm, and 7pm eating times) Eat the same baseline diet for five days, but compressed into a 4 hour …

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