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Special Event: Live Reaction to Lipid Video by Nutrition by Science

A few days ago, Mario Kratz, released a video around lipids and ASCVD that also featured our work with Lean Mass Hyper-Responders and the Lipid Energy Model. To be sure, while I did got a chance to listen to it at 2x speed on a drive between two meetings, it was more of a skimming, …

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Oreos versus Statins: An LMHR cholesterol drop N = 1

I mean for this post to serve as a transparent and prospective article of scientific intent, not a contract or final document. I will express the aim, describe the design, pose my hypothesis and provide considerations. Overview: Aim: To assess the impact of Oreo supplementation versus statin therapy on LDL-C levels in a lean-mass hyper-responder …

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One Year Since Publication of the Lipid Energy Model

On this day last year, May 20th, 2022, we published the Lipid Energy Model in Metabolites. To say this was a milestone in my unlikely journey into research would be an understatement. The Lipid Energy Model (LEM) started as a simple idea around why I suspected my LDL cholesterol (LDL-C) would rise substantially on a …

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LMHR Study Recruitment Complete

We’re beyond excited to announce the Lean Mass Hyper-Responder has completed enrollment. Needless to say, this has been a long awaited milestone. We’ve updated the recruitment page at CSF to let everyone know we are no longer taking participants for the study. Again, each of our 100 participants will make a total of two trips …

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The New Cholesterol Code – Less Comments, More Research

Hello everyone! You may have noticed we’ve been posting less frequently here at CholesterolCode.com (CC). This isn’t for lack of interesting things to share and update you on – it’s because Siobhan and I are now fully entrenched in both formal research through the CitizenScienceFoundation.org and expanding our blood testing service, OwnYourLabs.com. A Quick Recap Here’s …

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