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1) Welcome to a new #accredited #tweetorial from our good friends and #diabetes experts @GoggleDocs, specifically @drkevinfernando, @drpatrickholmes, & @AmarPut. They have put their 🗣️s together to provide us with a summary of the first-ever consensus statement from ...
2) ... @AmDiabetesAssn & @goKDIGO, which were discussed at the recently concluded #isnwcn congress in Kuala Lumpur. This joint document nicely summarizes important recent advances and practice-changing data for the management of diabetic #kidneydisease #DKD.
3) This program is #accredited for CE/#CME #physicians #physicianassociates #nurses #pharmacists #nursepractitioners & is supported by an independent educational grant from the Boehringer Ingelheim/Lilly Alliance. It is not intended for US based healthcare professionals.
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Session 3 of #BacktoHeart21 happening now and covering #Lipids moderated by @FaRodriguezMD @PamelaBMorris & @DLBHATTMD!

First up @alanbrownmd covers COVID-19 and statin therapy! Promising observational data and many RCTs ongoing!

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@FaRodriguezMD @PamelaBMorris @DLBHATTMD @alanbrownmd @MedscapeLIVE Next up @PamelaBMorris discusses lipid lowering beyond statins!

More data to come for bempedoic acid, Evinacumab, and Inclisiran! Lots of options emerging for LDL lowering ImageImageImageImage
@FaRodriguezMD @PamelaBMorris @DLBHATTMD @alanbrownmd @MedscapeLIVE @DrRSRosenson provides a expert review of HIV and ischemic heart disease!

> HIV patients have high rates of CV events
> Lipid lowering therapy are underutilized
> 1/4 patients are treated with contraindicated statins or doses ImageImageImageImage
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1/ Okay, finally getting around to this experiment video by @ScepticalDoctor

Naturally, this has many things I'm interested in -->
- N=1
- #Lipids (esp #Cholesterol)
- and not least of all, Anna and I have many respectful, kind debates (more of that plz, #NutritionTwitter)
2/ "But this experiment is mainly for entertainment purposes. Self experiments like this are irrelevant from a scientific perspective."

Unsurprisingly, I do disagree on this wording. I think it's fair to say self-experiments have "limited" relevance (depending on design)...
3/ ... But a well designed N=1 can provide quite a lot of scientific value, even if primarily hypothesis-generating.
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1/ What does Lipid Trafficking and VLDL have to do with type II #diabetes?

Check out my new video on the "Twin Cycle Hypothesis"

In 9 min, you'll be smarter than you were before!
🤓🤓🤓👇👇👇
#LEM #Lipids #Insulin
2/ After you watch the video, can you answer the following "quiz" questions?

(i) How does the contribution of de novo lipogenesis to Triglyceries in VLDL change as liver fat accumulates?
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3/ T/F and why?
(ii) Palmitic acid is transported by VLDL1 to the pancreas, harming beta cells in the pancreas. Palmitic acid is a major saturated fat (16:0) found in animal foods. So, you should eat less red meat and dairy and substitue in healthy whole grains & fruit, like 🍌?
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Did you know #lipids control cell identity? Yes, they do! Happy to share our first preprint on #singlecell #lipidomics in collaboration with @gio_dangelo and a fabulous team led by @CapolupoLaura and Irina Khven. biorxiv.org/content/10.110… Image
We used #MALDI imaging mass spectrometry to measure the single-cell lipidomes of hundreds of individual human dermal #fibroblasts. We identify specific lipid metabolic pathways that display cell-to-cell variability. Unexpectedly, single cells clustered by lipid composition! Image
It took a lot of experiments to convince us, but now we can say it confidently: there is such a thing as a #lipotype!! First of all, toxin-based lipid staining validated the existence of the different populations of dermal fibroblasts both in vitro and in vivo. Image
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Tons of chatter about the new prescription omega 3 data coming forth. Lots of takes about the study designs, n3 formulations, differences across populations, variation in comparator groups. All important ?- but I think there's a bigger 🐘in the room. #cardiotwitter #lipids #AHA20
Intervening with n3 fatty acids is unlike other drugs bc they are a nutrient. There is no placebo for n3s in the sense that:

1) you have questions about what is the ideal comparator; typically isocaloric oil.

2) you don't have an unexposed group - there are endogenous levels.
There are numerous reasons for n3 enthusiasm, but playing by evidence hierarchy, the top reason is that meta-analyses of cohorts demonstrate that higher blood levels of n3s result in reduced risk of fatal CHD jamanetwork.com/journals/jamai…
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1/ Live Read Through Thread

1st... a setup:

A while ago I guested on @NutritionDanny's podcast #SigmaNutritionRadio. Alan Flanagan and I discussed #Lipids, #LDL #Cholesterol, #Atherosclerosis, etc. If you haven't already listened, I highly recommend it sigmanutrition.com/episode321/
2/ Today @NutritionDanny let me know they have an article out rebutting my points found here: sigmanutrition.com/lipid-triad/

As always, I encourage you to read their article with an open mind. Then feel free to come back here for my first impressions.

Let's get started...
3/ Oh -- the beginning of the article includes a tweet from a #ListenThread I did when the podcast was dropped. That can be found here:
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What is a #virus? How #small or #big are they? Take a look at this colourful #infographic aimed at #kids here - indscicov.in/popularization…
The image can be downloaded nd printed from - indscicov.in/wp-content/upl… #SciComm #LockdownLessons #COVID19 #ScienceFightsFiction
What exactly is a #coronavirus? How do these viruses affect the #RespiratorySystem? Here is an explainer #FunToLearn #ScienceFromHome
How does #soap exactly work against the #coronavirus? Lean about all the #lipids that fight the #virus to keep us healthy. So don't forget to #WashYourHands and #StaySafeStayHealthy
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Lifestyle changes r the cornerstone and foundation of cardiovascular prevention & should never be neglected in our conversations w/ patients. “Primordial prevention” is key! A patient’s risk of plaque burden isn't only from the magnitude of LDL elevation but duration of exposure
In primary prevention, the new ASCVD risk categories include low risk (< 5%), borderline risk (5 to <7.5%), intermediate risk (7.5 to <20%), and high risk (≥20%). The focus of the 2018 lipid guideline update is on risk-enhancing factors.
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In five days we begin filming #TheCCDoc -- a documentary on #Lipids, #HeartDisease, and the phenomenon of higher #LDL #Cholesterol observed in many following the #keto/#lchf lifestyle.

cholesterolcode.com/documentary/

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This will either be a single feature length documentary (90-120m) or a series of topic episodes (40-55m each)

I'll be interviewing experts across the opinion spectrum. Pro lipid hypothesis, moderate, skeptic, liberal on statins vs conservative, etc.

2/9
We'll explore:
1. History of cholesterol discovery
2. The #LowCarb movement and high "diet induced" #LDL
3. The science and data of risk: intervention, genetic, and observational
4. The two Triads, atherogenic dyslipidemia and ⬆️LDL+⬆️HDL+⬇️Triglycerides

3/9
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1/ About to do a live listen+tweet on @IanCramer's recent podcast w/ @POhukainen as they talk #lipids!

Before starting, I want to note @IanCramer is the first #PlantBased podcaster to invite me on his show and I'm honored accept. Hopefully recording soon. plant-basedcyclist.com/icp-80-dr-paul…
2/ 9:25 — Pauli opens up on lowering his use of “the D word” to improve the “communication strategy”. 👏 👏

naturally, I’m a huge fan of keeping the personal separate from professional. Adding a little noise to the signal just keeps many focused on the noise.
3/ there are actually a handful of times where Pauli would go on a big Twitter thread that I really wanted to retweet — but it included too many personal jabs. I think that’s really changed in recent times (hence my recent retweet of one of his threads)
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1/ This screenshot is from the #GameChangersMovie which just hit @netflix. As you all know, I'm not interested in the nutrition debate -- but I *am* very interested in #lipids. In this part, Dr. Robert Vogel is sharing the outcome of experiment (around 22:20 mark)...
2/ He had athletes try burritos and test their blood two hours after. Once with an animal protein and fat burrito, then once with a plant-based burrito. Naturally, I'd expect the fat from the meal to show up in the blood at the two hour mark via chylomicrons...
3/ But the interesting part is where one athlete who consumed only #plantbased and had clear serum asks, "So the fat from the avocado doesn't have that kind of effect...?"

Dr. Vogel: "That's right."
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The gene ApoE impacts mobilization + redistribution of #lipids and cholesterol during neuronal growth and repair 👉 Using a murine model of acute hematogenous HSV-1 #infection, this team found that viral neuroinvasion was reduced in mice lacking ApoE compared to wild-type mice
2/2 In the mice, ApoE dose was directly linked to the Herpes Simplex-1 DNA concentration detected in the #nervous system. ApoE4 was also more efficient than ApoE3 in promoting colonization of the brain by HSV-1.
3/3 Team says: “If an interaction between ApoE and HSV-1 has anything to do with #Alzheimer’s this may occur during latency” and “The relationship between these two risk factors for ALzheimer’s could be of great importance in the pathogenesis of this disease.”
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#Tweetorial time! 🚨 Looks like there’s another misconception about #cholesterol and #atherosclerosis making rounds again. This one has to do with the process of #LDL particles entering the arterial wall. So gather round friends and let me science the s*it out of this 🤓 (1/24)
For background, here’s a widely cited series of figures by Nakashima et al. (2007). They performed autopsies on 38 people aged 7-49, who died of non-#cardiovascular causes (2/24)
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17303781
Nakashima et al. looked for atherosclerotic lesions at different stages, according to a previously published morphological classification scheme. They found them, took slices, stained them to find #lipids and #macrophages and organized them nicely (3/24)
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