Category Archive: Experiments

Jun 06

Guest Post – Troubleshooting Health Issues as a Carnivore

My name is Josh Blackburn. I’ve struggled with obesity since childhood, developed bipolar disorder in my early teens, and my gut health began to deteriorate after high school. Throughout my life I’ve employed a myriad of strategies to try and combat these issues, but battling them through exercise and caloric restriction left me fatter and …

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May 11

The Oxidized LDL Experiment

For quite a while I’ve been wanting to test a theory I’ve had regarding the blood test for oxidized LDL (oxLDL). The test has some research behind it suggesting a correlation with heart disease, which makes sense given this association of oxLDL in the artery walls and atherogenesis. There’s an assumption that oxLDL will track …

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Mar 29

Would YOU Join a Feldman Protocol in San Diego?

A Proposal Ben Bikman, Doug Reynolds, and I are exploring an idea I’m calling Project Groundswell. We’re considering an experiment that would be held at Low Carb USA in San Diego this July 25-28. We’d have many of those attending the conference participate in the Feldman Protocol for a study by Bikman and his team. …

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Jan 23

Guest Post – Impact of Coffee on Triglycerides

Note from Dave: Sean is a prolific member of the LMHR Facebook Group and I was keen to share this remarkable experiment with you all as a guest post here. Enjoy! My name is Sean Brennan and I have been on a ketogenic diet for 14 months now, beginning on Thanksgiving of 2017.  It has …

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Jan 20

Added Sugar Experiment 2 – The Paul Mason Edition

Last year at Low Carb Gold Coast, I had the pleasure of watching an excellent presentation by Dr. Paul Mason where he talked us through hyper-responders and lipoproteins. Naturally, I was loving every second. To my surprise, he addressed the Feldman Protocol as well, with a suggestion of adding carbs to achieve the same outcome. …

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