Category: Guide

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Welcome to CholesterolCode.com. This site serves as an information and research hub for emerging data on cholesterol. particularly in the context of a low carbohydrate lifestyle. If you know little to nothing about cholesterol -> You can check out our Simple Guide to Cholesterol series. It’s full of illustrations and is written for laypeople. Enjoy! …

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Lab Testing Guide 2.0

An Update A little over a year ago, Craig wrote a post on what lab tests to get to measure your metabolic health. Although the original post still has great information, including how to request tests from your doctor, we figured it was about time to make an update, in order to provide information on …

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High Triglycerides on Low Carb – And What to Do About It

Triglycerides (TGs) are effectively fat-based energy. And if you’re on a low carb, high fat diet (LCHF), you are likely eating them every day, along with storing them as such in your own fat cells. The “tri” is for the three fatty acids grouped in each one to a glycerol backbone. So a common question …

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Basics of Cholesterol on Low Carb – Part I

I’ve been meaning to do this for a while and I’ve finally come around to the first installment. This is to be a series of short videos (5-10m) covering topics related to cholesterol and from a very simple, layperson perspective. I’ll have several more to come as shown on the new page I’m adding for …

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Heads Up Health, Patron Content, Ferritin Drop

Heads Up Health I met¬†David Korsunsky last year and was instantly a fan of his product, Heads Up Health (HUH). His staff has been tenaciously¬†aggregating all these different medical systems and lab result formats into a single repository that’s really easy to work with. Obviously, as a data fiend, I was immediately interested. This weekend …

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