Cholesterol Particle Testing

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After seeing videos from Ken Sikaris about Cholesterol, I was Googling around to find where it is done in Australia and found the following: “The Lipid Subfraction analysis is done out of the Sydney Adventist Hospital Pathology. All labs can forward the test onto them. SAN Pathology 185 Fox Valley Rd, Wahroonga NSW 2076″ From […]

Megan Ramos – Introducing Fasting and the IDM program

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Megan Ramos is the director of the Intensive Dietary Management (IDM) Program which so co-runs with Jason Fung in Toronto, Canada. In this presentation she did at Ketofest in 2017 she goes through her story of health, obesity, and being the first patient of the IDM program, and the Fasting protocols and recommendations that the […]

Dave Feldman – Engineering and Dynamic Cholesterol results

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Absolutely brilliant and intriguing video about how quickly cholesterol (lipid values) can change dramatically with diet, especially high fat diets. Also brings about an alternate view of LDL cholesterol in explaining why some people’s LDL cholesterol values are higher than others, and that may just be the “normal” status of your body rather than something […]

Sharemarket news

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Finance, Research, Thoughts Tech bubble about to pop?   Original Post 6/2/18 It’s been a while since we have had a “correction” in the share market (“10% to 20” drop in the value of the sharemarket from peak). Though the Australian share market hasn’t risen as stupidly high as the U.S. share market, it was at […]

The Skinny on Obesity

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A great little series of short videos about food, insulin, metabolic syndrome, obesity, sugar, glucose, fructose, leptin, and addiction. Doesn’t talk about anything like a ketogenic diet, or “healthy fat” so you can say more “mainstream” with more of an emphasis on sugar and obesity. A good watch to explain why the “The Industrial Global Diet” […]