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🚨 #LeanMassHyperResponder lowers LDL 🚨

1/ First off, this thread is long with lots of nuance.

But here’s the bottom line:

👉 I dropped my #LDL by over 400 mg/dL
👉 Previously ~500
👉 Now it is under 100

(Yes, you read that correctly)

Here’s how I did it… Image
2/ The method was quite simple:

Add in some carbs.

This shouldn’t be a news flash for anyone following our work on the Lipid Energy Model

We published on this intervention with the #LMHRpaper case series here:…
3/ I’m an example of an LMHR that eats a relatively low saturated fat diet at baseline. Even when >80% of my fat intake is MUFA/PUFA, my LDL can run >500. Thus, it’s not simply the sat fat. Even when fiber intake has been >30g with net carbs <30g, my LDL can easily run >350 Image
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1/ A very busy time

But in this late moment of calm before the weekend, I'm finding myself truly humbled that our #LMHRpaper is finalized and has crossing so many interested eyes.

I hope many will agree with us this phenomenon is well worth researching.…
2/ Via @nicknorwitz: "... this paper has stimulated vigorous discussion, risen to the top of its journal for all time reads, and is among the top 15 trending papers across all American Society of Nutrition associated journals for the year 2021."…
3/ There's quite a bit more work in the pipeline from the many great collaborators I have the honor to be working with. We're passionately working on a #LipidEnergyModel paper, the #LMHRstudy (currently underway), and a couple other projects I can't announce just yet...
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1/ Time for another monster thread aimed at adding a bit of nuance to Twitter. This one is about Lean Mass Hyper-Responders, HDL, and it's topic might surprise you: Is ⬆️HDL-C in #LMHR bad? Read on to have thoughts provoked...
2/ Something I have intentionally yet to point out (but plan to include in upcoming writings) regards the potential adverse effects of high HDL-C in #LMHR? What?! High HDL is bad? Well, based on the epidemiology, yes. Multiple studies...
3/ including Copenhagen City Heart and CANHEART, report a U-shaped mortality curve whereby very low or very high HDL levels are associated with increased mortality. The most striking example is the blue line, which is all-cause mortality in CANHEART.
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1/ If you want to hear a great discussion on the #LMHRstudy from my colleague,@DrNadolsky (who is most definitely pro-#LDL #Cholesterol lowering), I highly recommend this podcast that just dropped via @Plant_proof.

I'll add just a few quick thoughts...
2/ Firstly, this may be the most I've heard myself talked about in a podcast I wasn't in (😂 weird, but understandable given the context).

But while certainly critical in many respects, I felt both @DrNadolsky and @Plant_proof provided a lot of good context...
3/ @DrNadolsky bring up my oft-repeated phrase, "cautiously optimistic" [in the context of higher LDL/ApoB as a seemingly resulting from metabolic fat-adaption]

Worth repeating that mine is a hypothesis and should be treated as such, hence the "cautious" part of the phrase...
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