Category Archive: Cholesterol

Nov 21

#CholesterolScience Doubleheader Next Week – Ivor Cummins Wednesday – Joel Kahn Friday

This coming week I’ll have two interviews, Ivor Cummins on Wednesday and Joel Kahn on Friday. (Bios below) How to Ask Your Question You can ask questions of either Ivor Cummins or Joel Kahn in advance of the broadcast one of two ways: Comment to this blog post down below — but keep it short! (Don’t …

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Nov 21

#CholesterolScience Show – with Dr. Spencer Nadolsky

Show Notes: 0:25 Greetings 1:36 Spencer’s background 3:35 The big seven questions intro and context into Spencer and Dave’s background together 4:52 Question Number One: What is your current opinion on the optimal range of Total Cholesterol? 5:24 Question Number Two: What is your current opinion on the optimal range of LDL Cholesterol? 5:55 Question …

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Nov 15

Submit your questions for Dr. Spencer Nadolsky on our first #CholesterolScience Show

New Series Next week Tuesday (November 20th), I’ll be interviewing Dr. Spencer Nadolsky on the first #CholesterolScience series. This show is meant to incorporate many different viewpoints on cholesterol and lipids. (See his page here: drspencer.com) As many of you know, I’m a bit more cautiously optimistic with regard to higher LDL cholesterol and particle …

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Nov 09

The Tandem Drop Experiment – Part 2 – Carbs

A Very Different Path If you haven’t already, be sure to first read Part 1 of this experiment by Siobhan Huggins. Originally, Siobhan and I were going to simply do the same protocol at the same time, perhaps something similar to the one I did with my sister two years ago. But it occurred to …

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Oct 30

News, Comments, Asides — October 2018 Edition

Siobhan Launches Her Patreon Yes, our own Siobhan has finally launched a Patreon after months and months of our prodding her to do so. This is super important as she (like me) puts out a lot of cheddar for lab tests. If you appreciate the excellent data she’s brought us (particularly lately), please note it …

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