Category Archive: Experiments

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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Jan 12

Peter Lansberg, Carnivore Conundrum, and Caving Up

Peter Lansberg, MD PhD coming to #CholesterolScience I’m honored to have Dr. Peter Lansberg join me 9am PST this Monday (14th) on my channel to talk about all things lipids. He is actually the first practicing Lipidologist to jump on and I’m sure we’ll have a lot of great discussion. As always, you can post …

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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 07

Guest Post: Testing Twins, Keto vs Non-Keto

My name is Chris Bair, and I am the owner of the company Keto Chow, a ketogenic shake supplier. I also have two sets of twins, and when the Keto Chow team went to Low Carb USA (San Diego) earlier this summer, over a meal, I mentioned to Dave Feldman that one of our sets of …

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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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