Cholesterol Code

Deciphering The Cholesterol Code: Dave Feldman

Everybody is worried about Cholesterol. You are; your doctor, your family. Yet few can explain how it actually relates to Cardio Vascular Disease, and what can you do to prevent it. In this interview,  Luis chats with Dave Feldman of thecholesterolcode.com about his recent findings, and how can one actually “hack” cholesterol to incredible low levels.

 

Dave is a senior software engineer and business developer, who began a Low Carb, High Fat diet in April 2015 with the purpose of avoiding diabetes.

Since then, he has learned everything he cans about it with special emphasis on cholesterol given his lipid numbers spiked substantially after going…
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My Version of Walden Pond

So here I sit…alone in a cabin in the woods feeling a bit like Henry David Thoreau.  Being outside in the darkness, feeling the breeze move across my face, miles from highways and enjoying the sound of nothingness affords a person time to think.  Time is granted to reflect on what is, at this point, nearly a decade-long journey.  Journey probably isn’t the correct word.  A decade long struggle full on peaks and vallies, ebbs and flows, wins and losses.  This evening I wanted to sit down, albeit using the pale light of a cellular phone and the transient data…
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Hunger

HUNGER

Because this has to be said, my shower-thought of the day:

I see a lot of people complaining about “hunger” when dieting – “I’m doing a ketogenic diet… why am I hungry? – I read I should not feel hunger on a ketogenic diet”…

Well, let me tell you: Hunger is not necessarily a bad thing.

Guys & Gals: have we become so “cognitive dissonant” and complacent, that we have forgotten that hunger is, in a way, a natural part of the process of any diet that the main focus is fat loss???

Any diet, be it keto or high…
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All about Fasting

All About Fasting: Amy Berger of TuitNutrition

Brace yourself: everybody will start to try Fasting. So to clear out some fasting myths, Luis interviews Amy Berger of TuitNutrition.com on all things fasting related: who, when and how to implement a fasting protocol.

Amy has master’s degree in human nutrition from the University of Bridgeport.

She is also a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) and certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and has collaborated with Dr. Jason Fung, author of “The Complete Guide to Fasting” and “The Obesity Code” books.

On this interview, we talk about:

What is fasting Different approaches to fasting, who, when, how to do it Why not everyone should implement a…
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quote about difficult things

Do Difficult Things Every Day and Triumph

Do Difficult Things Every Day.

 

This is going to be a short post, mostly because the concept can be summed up in those five words.  At a round table Q&A at our recent conference there was a question which was asked related to breaking through mental barriers – how do you do it.  The truth is I wish I had a better answer for the inquirer than I did at the time, but it did give me something to think about the entire next day.  What is it about some people who seem to “smash it”…
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thermal vision of soldiers exemplifying metabolic rate for metabolic advantage article

Metabolic Advantage, Red Herrings, and the Battle of the Diets

The recent publication of the full text of Kevin Hall’s pilot study on ketogenic vs non-ketogenic weight-reduction diets has sparked a blog battle that doesn’t seem to have any end in sight. It gives reason, apparently, to discuss at least a couple points: Do ketogenic diets have a metabolic advantage over other diets? Are ketogenic diets superior to ordinary diets?

It also gives us reason to wonder about few other ideas:

The significance of honest reporting Study design and limitations The significance of bias

Before I spend too much time…
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Las Vegas

Ketogains Seminar Series – Las Vegas

Ketogains Seminar Series -Las Vegas- October 8 & 9

Featured Presentations:

 

Robb Wolf // Keto and Brain Injury+Health Jacob Wilson/Ryan Lowery // Upcoming Research in Strength Training & Keto Shawn Wells // Supplement Scams Peter Defty // Real-world application for Fat-Adapted Performance Dave Feldman // The Highly Dynamic Nature of Lipids in Keto/Fat-Adapted Athletes Marita Wallace // Muscle Hypertrophy, Mtce, and Longevity in Mice under Keto Craig Priesendorf // Ketosis at the Superhero Level Jamie Caporosso // Keto-Paleo for Performance Mike Trinchitella // Proper Context for Cyclical Ketogenic Dieting Ken Adkins // Lies the Science Told Me Luis…
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Dear Health Establishment…

Dear health establishment, one of my favorite musical genres is the singer-songwriter style of music most popular in the 1960’s and 70’s.  Guys like James Taylor and Jim Croce, ladies like Carole King.  The soulful meaning of the lyrics, the moral causes and personal crusades coupled with well-performed guitar work or piano instrumentation is a hallmark of this music.  The soft sound is juxtaposed against the heavy meaning of many of the lyrics.  As I opine here, I want to remind you of a verse from one of my favorite songs of all time. A song about the shifting tides of…
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