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    Really, how complicated is this? Put away the...

    Really, how complicated is this? Put away the spoon and jar of fat.
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    Yep, and unfortunately I believe I am one of...

    Yep, and unfortunately I believe I am one of them. I think no matter how well the experiment is designed and how well the data is analyzed, there will always be a substantial fraction of folks for...
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    Read the paragraph describing study strengths and...

    Read the paragraph describing study strengths and weaknesses. Participants already had cardiac events possibly due to their SFA rich diet. Looks like participants were given dietary advice but were...
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    This mechanism seems plausible. Since my n=1...

    This mechanism seems plausible. Since my n=1 clearly shows a direct link between SFA consumption and serum lipids and many credible studies such as Framington show a connection between serum lipids...
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    I'll appeal to authority and ask you.

    I'll appeal to authority and ask you.
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    Perhaps SFA's were fine in the early days when...

    Perhaps SFA's were fine in the early days when our ancestors were fit and were more likely to die young from an infected wound than grow old enough to develop CVD.
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    What is a layperson supposed to do if not rely on...

    What is a layperson supposed to do if not rely on authorities, or at least give their opinions more weight than an anonymous person on an Internet forum? The average Joe could read the methods and...
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    Great post JBean. The internet facilitates...

    Great post JBean. The internet facilitates misinterpretation of scientific research. One of the links I posted is a great example. Early research incorrectly concluded large LDL-C particles were...
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    It WAS a legit Smartscreen alert. I had...

    It WAS a legit Smartscreen alert. I had Smartscreen disabled for the Windows Store apps but it was enabled for Windows Edge. I reported to MS that I considered MDA safe and temporarily disabled...
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    It is bogus because I had MS Smartscreen...

    It is bogus because I had MS Smartscreen disabled. MBAM does not see it. Will try a couple other programs.
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    Yes, with Edge. The entire warning screen was...

    Yes, with Edge. The entire warning screen was red. From what I have seen so far it is fake. I am running a MBAM scan right now.
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    Right. I have never had a Windows Smartscreen...

    Right. I have never had a Windows Smartscreen alert so I do not know if it is legit. Will go on a Windows forum later to find out.
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    If he did, I missed it.

    If he did, I missed it.
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    MDA Forum Security Risk?

    Got a "red screen" alert from Win 10 last night advising me to NOT open MDA because the site had been reported to Microsoft. Reports said site contains links to malware/viruses which can steal...
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    Another good read. Supports idea that LDL-P...

    Another good read. Supports idea that LDL-P drives CVD not particle size. Also supports NewOldGuy's comment re TG/HDL-C as independent risk factor.

    http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/119/17/2396...
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    You are assuming no other CVD risk factors such...

    You are assuming no other CVD risk factors such as abdominal fat, smoking, diabetes, high BP, etc, right?
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    I was not suggesting you do this. I was...

    I was not suggesting you do this. I was responding to your statement that it was impossible to get your HDL-C above 60.
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    I already answered that. FWIW, HDL-C >60 is...

    I already answered that. FWIW, HDL-C >60 is considered a negative risk factor. Having said that, we do not fully understand why/how HDL-C is protective. There may be more fundamental markers and...
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    Bet you can with coconut - fresh, shredded and...

    Bet you can with coconut - fresh, shredded and oil. Be prepared as your LDL-C will balloon also.
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    https://www.lipidcenter.com/pdf/NCEP_ATP_III_TG_an...

    https://www.lipidcenter.com/pdf/NCEP_ATP_III_TG_and_HDL-C_Statements.pdf

    https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/files/docs/guidelines/atglance.pdf

    http://www.aafp.org/afp/2002/0301/p871.html
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    I would be concerned about low HDL-C and high...

    I would be concerned about low HDL-C and high trigs. Can likely improve both by lowering carbs, upping exercise and losing weight. I would want some more data to better understand the nature of your...
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    My God you are dense. I mentioned specific people...

    My God you are dense. I mentioned specific people as evidence that there is not a concensus re CVD causes, etc. Didn't say they were right or wrong. Don't know and frankly no longer care. How and why...
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    Who said anything about the primal approach? You...

    Who said anything about the primal approach? You and John C have vivid imaginations. I was responding to your assertion hyper-responders give rise to large LDL particles which are protective.
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    I said absolutely nothing about the rise/fall...

    I said absolutely nothing about the rise/fall being good, bad or indifferent.
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    Similar to KimLean, all of my cholesterol numbers...

    Similar to KimLean, all of my cholesterol numbers skyrocketed when I ate a high SF diet, particularly coconut. Came back to baseline within a few months of ditching the coconut.
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