Category Archive: Interview

Aug 20

#CholesterolScience Show – With Ethan Weiss, MD

0:00 Intro and Ethan’s background 3:33 Cholesterol Skeptics and Concerned Medical Professionals – meeting in the middle. 8:20 How many patients does Ethan feel reach a decent level of knowledge about lipidology and cardiology? 10:15 Navigating the discussion on the benefits/risks of lipid changes from diet 17:15 When cholesterol is elevated for a metabolic reason …

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Aug 19

#CholesterolScience Show – With Nathan Owens and Nick Andre

0:00 Introductions 1:30 The Innate immune system and the adaptive immune system – what’s the difference? 3:25 The innate immune system and bacteria 8:00 How does immunity relate to atherosclerosis? 13:34 A link between atherosclerosis and diabetes/autoimmune diseases? 16:35 Absorption in the gut, and intestinal permeability 22:10 Nick and Nathan’s hypothesis 24:30 Dave’s thoughts on …

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Apr 05

Dr Drew Appearance & The Impasse

I enjoyed chatting it up with Dr Drew on his podcast with some added color via Vinnie Tortorich. (Be sure to listen to the end for some extra blue humor Vinnie!) This week’s @DrDrewPodcast has a @SwolePatrolPod posse back by popular demand! https://t.co/x6z6fB1Ha6 Here’s Fitness Confidential’s @VinnieTortorich and @DaveKeto on @PodcastOne show for you to …

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Mar 19

Dr Drew – Part Deux

As some of you know, I first talked with Dr Drew over the interwebs on his podcast, Swole Patrol. This time I got to chat with him face to face at Corolla Digital. I wanted to post a few things here that were referenced in the podcast. The first being the lipoprotein “boats” that traffic …

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Mar 03

What I’ve Learned Interview

I really enjoyed this interview with Joeseph of the What I’ve Learned Youtube channel. It has a whopping 850k subscribers and thus many, many new people will be exposed to this research to better understand cholesterol — especially as it relates to the low carb ketogenic diet. We manage to get into the basics of …

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