Category: Lean Mass Hyper-responder

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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Discussing the LMHR Study on the Diet Doctor Podcast

I had a great chat with Dr. Bret Scher, Medical Director of Diet Doctor, on the newly launched Lean Mass Hyper-responder study. 0:00 Introduction 3:06 Welcome, Dave Feldman 4:06 A rise in cholesterol for people on keto 12:05 Dave’s pushback in his research 20:14 Thoughts on the recent Women’s Health Study paper 29:39 Exciting news …

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One Last Step

One of the challenges in this IRB process is that we don’t have a lot of latitude to give regular updates on it as it unfolds. Under most normal circumstances, aspects of the protocol draft and review, legal and liability considerations, and even the stages of approval are kept quiet until formal announcement and start …

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For Medical Professionals (Part I): Hyper-responders and the Lipid Triad

In recent months, there has been a growing focus in Lipidology on the phenomenon of high cholesterol levels for those going on a low carb diet. In particular, there have been recent case series published in the Journal of Clinical Lipidology discussing this specifically. This increased interest is certainly welcome, and we definitely advocate for …

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2020 – Year in Review

Whadda year. Documentary Interrupted It’s crazy to think we started it off filming #TheCCDoc across 17 countries and 28 cities across the world (Jan/Feb)…and yet…that’s much, much smaller news than what has happened since in 2020. That said, we have some excellent footage for #TheCCDoc (36 interviews!) and a new plan to wrap in the …

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