Category: Cholesterol

Our Work Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience!

In the podcast dropped today by the prolific Joe Rogan, our work with the Lipid Energy Model, consideration of lipid risk in a metabolic context, and of course, the LMHR Study all got some decent airplay. Mega thanks to Paul Saladino who brought all these concepts up about an hour and 49 minutes in. (The …

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Talking Cholesterol, Oxidation, Hyper-responders, and Risk with Paul Saladino

Had a great conversation with Paul. Not surprisingly, lots of topics came up with regard to the risk, my current oxLDL vs oxPL experiment, my recent research regarding FH receptors, etc. I did mention tendon xanthomas and why it is that I’m looking very closely for it with hyper-responders in general, and LMHRs especially (as …

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Presenting on Lipoprotein(a) For Low Carb Houston

As some of you may know, I got the opportunity to present on the topic of Lipoprotein(a) for Low Carb Houston 2019. Just this past week the video was released, and is now available to view! This can basically be thought of as an improved, fleshed out update of my Big Deal About Lipoprotein(a) post, …

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OxLDL Replication Experiment – Design and Hypothesis

Starting tomorrow, August 30th, I’ll be executing a replication of the OxLDL experiment I performed last year. Experiment Design As with the first, I’ll have three phases: Eat baseline diet for five days (maintenance calories) Eat 1/2 baseline diet for five days (hypocaloric) Eat high calorie keto for five days (hypercaloric) Additional Notes: In the …

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Debate/Discussion with Layne Norton (Biolayne)

I had a cordial debate/discussion with Layne Norton on Mark Bell’s podcast.