Category: Triglyceride

The OxLDL Replication Experiment – Findings – Part I

This experiment was conducted from August 30th to September 14th over three five day phases: a maintenance (weight stable calorie), hypocaloric (low calorie), and hypercaloric (high calorie). See OxLDL Replication Experiment Design post for further information on setup. Again, this experiment was executed with the intent replicate the prior OxLDL experiment in April of last …

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Our Work Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience!

In the podcast dropped today by the prolific Joe Rogan, our work with the Lipid Energy Model, consideration of lipid risk in a metabolic context, and of course, the LMHR Study all got some decent airplay. Mega thanks to Paul Saladino who brought all these concepts up about an hour and 49 minutes in. (The …

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Debate/Discussion with Layne Norton (Biolayne)

I had a cordial debate/discussion with Layne Norton on Mark Bell’s podcast.

Take. This. Survey.

With this vital survey (5-8m of your time), we’re looking to gather a very large number of entries for our anonymised data pool. We’ll post graphs of the data in future articles and it will allow for strong information on some important decisions ahead. Thank you in advance for your contribution to the data! Click …

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Thoughts Regarding LDL-P, ApoB, and Remnants

This week, Peter Attia released Measuring cardiovascular disease risk and the importance of apoB on his blog. I think it’s well worth the read and highly encourage you to finish it first before reading the rest of this article. One quote in particular sums the article up well: While I have historically used LDL-P and …

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