Category Archive: Lean Mass Hyper-responder

Nov 05

Travel Schedule and Signup for Documentary Filming

From January 7th to February 29th my wife and I will be traveling around the world (literally) and filming a series of interviews on the science of lipids and cholesterol along with the emerging research on its relation to low carb diets and metabolism (which is my central focus here at CC). We actually have …

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Oct 29

Help Us Fund the Lean Mass Hyper-responder Measurement Project

Click here to support the project Greetings everyone, On Friday at Low Carb Houston, I announced the launch of the Citizen Science Foundation, a vehicle for helping us privately raise funds for its central endeavor, the Lean Mass Hyper-responder Measurement Project. The Lean Mass Hyper-responder (LMHR) phenotype is a strong profile to test the lipid …

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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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Jun 29

Questions

This thread is dedicated to questions for CholesterolCode.com. Again, we are not doctors or medical professionals and nothing we say here constitutes medical advice. If you have a question that doesn’t involve your specific cholesterol numbers, feel free to comment to this thread below. On the other hand, if you do have a question about …

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Jun 26

Cholesterol Endgame?

Something exciting is happening. There’s a special group of people that may be answering one of the most powerful medical questions of our time. The Hypothesis A hypothesis was made several decades ago, well before I was born. This “Lipid Hypothesis” suggested cholesterol in the blood independently caused heart disease. From Wikipedia: The lipid hypothesis …

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