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Oct 09

Game Change in Houston

While this is certainly unprecedented for me, I’ve requested @eatmostlyfatali allow me to change my talk at Low Carb Houston to accommodate some Big Announcements I will soon be able to share, and he’s accepted.

In many ways, this will be unlike any talk I’ve done before or will likely do again. It will be much more like a TED talk, with a lot less slides and a lot more concise statements, summarizing my work to date and some key considerations I’d like to share.

All of which will tie in nicely to the announcements, and some very important next steps.

As they say… it’s a blessing to live in interesting times…

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Bill Hare
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Bill Hare

Well, now you’ve got my attention.

Donya
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Donya

Dave, I’ve been listening to your lectures and interviews on YouTube for a few months now (first time was with Dr. Eric Berg). I went from not understanding a thing you were discussing, to becoming totally enlightened and inspired! I just watched your interview with Dr. ZDogg, and I was going to leave the following comment, but felt it wasn’t appropriate, so I’m hoping to get the message to you here: In all seriousness, I would think that BIG PHARMA and BIG INSURANCE would do anything within their power to silence you. You are truly one of the great “heretics” of our time. When your data and science finally reaches the population at large and patients stop taking their mind-numbing amounts of statins, please keep your third eye watching behind you. Please, protect yourself.
Thank you for all that you are doing, and may God bless you always!
Peace

The LMHR Infographic Gets a Facelift » Cholesterol Code
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[…] update is also in part to be used for the upcoming presentation I have at Low Carb Houston this Friday. I’ll also be layout out some new announcements I’m quite excited […]

Ben-Ezra
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Ben-Ezra

Dear Mr. Dave Feldman,

In your lecture „Keto Salt Lake 2019 – 01 – Dave Feldman: A Deep Dive into Cholesterol and Risk” (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZv00mMiB9M&list=PLTMxgDRENfFuZ0iGZu4rFzKvziqXVVf0x&index=2)

In 43:24 you have said “…cancer, believe it or not, is actually in a lower association the higher you go with LDL…”.

It suddenly occur to me that your Lipid-Energy-Model, in which a high-LDL is a normal and beneficial result, is the “missing link” between the fact mentioned above and the theory of the underestimated and forgotten scientist Otto Warburg. His theory purported that cancer is primarily a metabolic disease involving disturbances in energy production through respiration and fermentation.

I don’t know if you aware of that but I thought is it better to point this out and maybe you will see how it fits in your research.

Best regards

Siobhan Huggins
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Hi! That’s quite an interesting take on the data. Granted, the association is just that – an association – but it’s interesting, regardless. I suppose that’s one thing epidemiology is good for – forming hypotheses to be investigated later on. Thanks for sharing your thoughts! 🙂

Keto Kungfu
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Keto Kungfu

Anyone have any luck reducing cholestrol with soy lecithin?

https://selfhacked.com/blog/lecithin/

1) Improves Cholesterol Levels
Chronic high cholesterol leads to many heart-related complications such as heart attacks.

In one study of 30 patients, participants with high cholesterol levels took 500 mg of soy lecithin daily for 2 months. After 2 months, total cholesterol levels and bad (LDL) cholesterol levels were reduced by 42% and 56%, respectively [18].

Soy lecithin increased liver production of good (HDL) cholesterol in a 4-week study of 65 patients. Good cholesterol removes other forms of cholesterol from the body, and higher levels protect against heart attack and stroke [19].

Keto Kungfu
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Keto Kungfu

Here is another trial for soy lecithin: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9733225

eric feitler
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eric feitler

Hopping you share that with your subscribing followers after the conference

Siobhan Huggins
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Once we have enough data to truly anonymize we’ll have a post up on the data 🙂