Category: Cholesterol

Ketofest Cholesterol Experiment – Updates/Progress

This post will be continually amended each day until this coming Monday, July 17th. In the interest of transparency, I’ll be reporting my notes as the experiment progresses. The exception to this rule are any notes that might impact the outcome of the experiment, such as something I report that could influence the participants significantly. …

Continue reading

Ketofest Cholesterol Experiment – The Hypothesis

As detailed previously, participants of this experiment will consume food in two stages: Low Days – Low calorie consumption or fasting for three days, while still at a low-carb, high-fat ratio (LCFH diet) : July 11th, 12th, and 13th High Days – High calorie consumption for three days, while still at a low-carb, high-fat ratio (LCFH diet) …

Continue reading

Are you a Lean Mass Hyper-responder?

Capture.JPG

  [12-11-2018 IMPORTANT UPDATE: We now have a great all-purpose page for Lean Mass Hyper-responders and a very rapidly growing LMHR Facebook Group.] One of the benefits of establishing this niche in Low Carb Cholesterol Research is that I get people sending me their labs constantly. Naturally, I obsess over possible patterns with hyper-responders.There’s one …

Continue reading

Ketofest Cholesterol Experiment – Sign Up

I’m pleased to announce there is a study being organized around Ketofest! We’re partnering with PTS Diagnostics, who is graciously providing the supplies and service to support this study. Volunteers for the study will be following the Cholesterol Drop Protocol (“Feldman Protocol”) and will get free cholesterol blood tests and results. To qualify, all volunteers must …

Continue reading

The Fasting Disaster Part II

I’ve been getting pinged by a lot of follows this week who noticed I was being talked about at toward the end of the most recent episode of Fasting Talk with Jimmy Moore & Dr. Jason Fung, episode 22. They were discussing my blog post The Fasting Disaster from last April (starts around 49:20) . Apparently, some people were concerned …

Continue reading