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  1. Hi Timthetaco. He is guessing. I am going to...

    Hi Timthetaco. He is guessing. I am going to insist on a genetic test, but an worried in the meantime of course. I guess the best bet would be to quit dairy/coconut, increase carbs (ive been pretty...
  2. Hi yodiewan - I teach meditation, and think I...

    Hi yodiewan - I teach meditation, and think I have stress pretty much sorted - at least in terms of lifestyle stuff, though I can still feel the physical sensations of stress in my chest from time to...
  3. Total-C: 352 mg/dl HDL: 61.09 mg/dl LDL: 278...

    Total-C: 352 mg/dl
    HDL: 61.09 mg/dl
    LDL: 278 mg/dl
    Tryg: 62.89 mg/dl

    Not sure on the density though..
  4. Familial Hypercholesterolemia - Take the Statin?

    Hello all. I was recently diagnosed with Familial Hypercholesterolemia and prescribed a statin. I have not taken it yet while I was researching this, but after reading and listening to a bunch of...
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    Certainly sounds good. Though coming off of...

    Certainly sounds good. Though coming off of wheat/gluten could certainly be a factor in all of that I think. My own experience of RS is not much, so I can't really say anything with certainty but it...
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    Can you directly attribute these benefits to RS...

    Can you directly attribute these benefits to RS consumption? I know it's hard to say, it could be just going paleo in general if this is new to you, but maybe you have some idea?
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    Resistant Starch: When to Take?

    Hi everyone,

    I've not been able to find any info about *when* to take resistant starch. For example, does it matter if you split it up between two meals, or should it be taken all in one go for...
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    I am lifting heavy, and swinging my kettlebell a...

    I am lifting heavy, and swinging my kettlebell a couple of times a week as stand in for a real sprint. I also walk for at least 2hrs most days...
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    Whiskey: "Do you have an autoimmune disease?...

    Whiskey: "Do you have an autoimmune disease? What's the point of doing the autoimmune protocol when you have potential familial hypercholesterolemia? Besides, your current diet overlaps with the AIP....
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    Hi Glorth2, well I gave up coffee almost a month...

    Hi Glorth2, well I gave up coffee almost a month ago in preparation for doing the autoimmune protocol (i get bad caffeine headaches if I just quit cold).

    I was going to ask my doctor if I could...
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    Lazarus that was brilliant, thanks so much for...

    Lazarus that was brilliant, thanks so much for taking the time to write all that! Are you a doctor or dietician?

    My further reading has thrown new light on this: Ive been reading Jimmy Moore's...
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    That's definitely news to me. Thanks Artbuc

    That's definitely news to me. Thanks Artbuc
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    Brilliant! Thanks for that.

    Brilliant! Thanks for that.
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    Well as far as I have read (and my reading has...

    Well as far as I have read (and my reading has been quite extensive) there is no link between dietary cholesterol and serum cholesterol. Cholesterol is not the problem, it's the solution. Looking...
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    Never had it measured!

    Never had it measured!
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    I do. Coconut keffir every day and I cook my eggs...

    I do. Coconut keffir every day and I cook my eggs in ghee...
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    LDL Hell - What's up with this?

    Hi everyone,

    Got some bloods back today from a standard lipid panel with some surprising readings:


    HDL: 71.15 mg/dl
    LDL: 335 mg/dl
    Tryg's: 80.60 mg/dl
    Tryg/HDL ratio: 1.13
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    aknomad yes, 16kg is perhaps a bit light. I do...

    aknomad yes, 16kg is perhaps a bit light. I do one arm swings currently and that really does get the heart pumping. I definitely need a bit more weight though. Would also like to add get ups to my KB...
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    Great, thanks for the replies! sbhikes i was...

    Great, thanks for the replies!

    sbhikes i was thinking burpees might work in this case?

    We used to own a C2 rower but no longer have it...
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    Sprints (without actually running...)

    Hi everyone,

    any suggestions for the best kind of interval training to do when:

    * I can't actually run
    * Do have free weights
    * Have a 16kg kettlebell
    * Have pullup bar

    Just want to add...
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    Hmmm.. well i have dust and grass allergies so.. ...

    Hmmm.. well i have dust and grass allergies so..

    I presume histamine is produced in the body when stressed then?

    thanks
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    Sneezing after Lifting...

    Hi all,

    Whenever I lift, the next morning I sneeze quite a bit. Same thing happens if I go on a particularly long walk. And the same thing happens if I drink a bit too much red wine the night...
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    Just lie down on the bed Janie. We're training...

    Just lie down on the bed Janie. We're training the mind not the body :)
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    Most welcome Skylark, let me know how it goes..

    Most welcome Skylark, let me know how it goes..
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    Do You Meditate?

    Hi everyone,

    I teach meditation, and have been paleo for about a year or more now. Meditation has had very clear benefits for me and those I teach, but so has diet. High fat, low carb in general...
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