Category: Experiments

Blasting Off Into 2022

Make no mistake, 2021 has been a watershed year for us. There have been many substantial developments both in what has been completed and what has just begun. New Research Spotlight for Siobhan Huggins Early in the year my colleague, Siobhan Huggins was diagnosed with Lipedema and quickly shifted focus to this and related conditions. …

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BREAKING: Our Paper on Low Carb, LDL Cholesterol, and the LMHR Phenotype is Now Available

Note from Dave: This is a guest post from Nick Norwitz on our just released LMHR paper. This post also has a live “Corrections / Clarifications” section (at bottom) which we’ll be updating as needed. We welcome and look forward to all constructive corrections and comments to our paper. Four of my colleagues and I …

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Own Your Labs has Arrived

For almost a year now Own Your Labs (OYL) has been in a kind of “Soft Launch”. It originated from our efforts to gather anonymized data such as through our #BloodTestingDrive at several conferences. Put simply, we’ve sought to (1) get people easier access to bloodwork, and (2) promote greater open science by putting together …

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Preliminary Data on Oxidized Phospholipid Results

It’s been pretty darn busy these days as we’ve had a lot going on with the LMHR Study, platform development for OwnYourLabs.com, and some recent work on the Lipid Energy Model paper. Now most of my data has come back for the Eating Window Experiment, but I haven’t had the time to do a full …

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Eating Window Experiment – Amendment

I’m writing this on the second day of the second phase of the Eating Window Experiment, thus having completed the first day where the three meals moved to 4pm, 5:30pm and 7:00pm. I’ll concede it’s been a bumpier ride than I was expecting. First, the consumption period of the three meals was very difficult and …

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