Category Archive: Cholesterol

Jan 09

#CholesterolScience Show – With Dr. David Diamond

0:00 Intro 0:30 David Diamond’s health and history – how did he get to where he is now? 3:22 Dr. Diamond’s previous research involving stress and nutrition, and further investigation of the impacts of a “high fat” versus “ketogenic” diet Study mentioned: Combination of high fat diet and chronic stress retracts hippocampal dendrites.S 6:00 Further investigation into Dr. Diamond’s high triglycerides …

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Jan 07

Triglyceride Carryover – A Possible Game Changer

[Note, much of this data is discussed in two videos from last week. One where I first announced the data, and another where I go over Q&A with Siobhan.] The last week and a half has brought me some powerful new data and insights on triglycerides. While most of what I’m about to show you …

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Dec 22

Major Milestone – Repeated CIMT Regression while LDL Cholesterol Averaged Above 200 mg/dL

I often joke that I have to live schizophrenically between Scientist Dave and Human Dave (the professional lab rat). Today both of them are extremely happy. What is a CIMT? CIMT stands for Carotid Intima-Media Thickness test. Here’s a brief description that puts it well: The carotid intima-media thickness test (CIMT) is a measure used to …

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Dec 20

#CholesterolScience Show – with Dr. Tro Kalayjian

0:05 Intro 0:38 Tro’s backstory – 150 lb weight loss, and changes in views on cholesterol and heart disease 3:23 The impact of context on cholesterol and LDL lowering 6:06 Why there may not be a large motivation for finding who doesn’t benefit from medication 9:25 The CTT (Cholesterol Treatment Trialists’) Collaboration and discussion on …

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Dec 18

Prediction: Mikhaila Peterson’s Cholesterol Will Climb

Who is Mikhaila Peterson? If you’re a regular reader of this blog there’s a pretty strong chance you already know who Mikhaila Peterson is. Certainly, her recently famous father may have contributed to her renown. But in my opinion, she should be most recognized most for her extraordinary health journey, which can’t be understated. If …

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