Category: Study

Philippa’s Hypothesis – Thyroid Dysfunction May Explain LMHR Phenotype

In this interview, Dave talks to Philippa about her hypothesis that the Lean Mass Hyper-responder phenotype may be described by an underlying thyroid dysfunction. They deep dive into the idea to discuss the relevant research, and compare it to Dave’s lipid energy model. 0:00 Intro and brief overview of Lean Mass Hyper-responders Site mentioned: Lean …

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Lipids and Viral Infections

A Quick Recap In our last post about lipids and the immune system, we focused about how lipoproteins, particularly LDL, can participate in immune responses directly during infection – both by blocking the infection of cells through multiple mechanisms, and by binding to pathogens to neutralize them. In that post, infections were being referenced generally …

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Lipoprotein Power – LDL and the Immune System

If one were to hear the words “lipoprotein” or “cholesterol” in a sentence, it might be expected that the next words would be “heart disease”, or “diabetes” or “metabolic syndrome”. However, while working alongside Dave and digging deeper into research on the lipid system, I found that surprisingly the next words were sometimes “infection” or …

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This is Not a Drill…

1/ 🚨It finally happened!!!🚨I now have an excellent academic partner who has a large dataset in hand (a well known one, btw). Now we are testing my many speculations over the last three years…What of the triad (↗️LDL↗️HDL↘️TG) and ACM? of CVD? vs Standard guidelines?… — Dave Feldman (@DaveKeto) April 7, 2019 2/ Is it …

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Would YOU Join a Feldman Protocol in San Diego?

A Proposal Ben Bikman, Doug Reynolds, and I are exploring an idea I’m calling Project Groundswell. We’re considering an experiment that would be held at Low Carb USA in San Diego this July 25-28. We’d have many of those attending the conference participate in the Feldman Protocol for a study by Bikman and his team. …

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