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Dr Jeffry Gerber – Cholesterol OMG!

Dr Jeffry Gerber (Denver’s Diet Doctor) shares his knowledge and the latest research on cholesterol after 27 years treating patients as a primary care physician. Here’s the latest release from Low Carb Breckenridge 2017 conference. Presentation slides are available here to download in […]

Insulin, Not Cholesterol, Causes Heart Disease

Mike Mutzel from High Intensity Health visited our office for a chat. Here is a summary of our conversation: After nearly 11 years of consulting in the functional medicine space, doctors still ask me (Mike) how to lower cholesterol. “What supplements lower cholesterol?” they […]

Primary Causes of Heart Disease

Primary Causes of Heart Disease

Primary Causes of Heart Disease – Framingham and the Muddy Waters Presented September 17th 2016 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Center, Australia. This is another great Low Carb Down Under event. Download the PowerPoint slides in .pdf format When it comes […]

Challenging Traditional Cardiovascular Risk Assessment

Challenging Traditional Cardiovascular Risk Assessment

Here is our poster presentation from The Ancestral Health Symposium 2016. To summarize: This presentation discusses atherosclerosis as a metabolic disease, the primary drivers of heart disease and why traditional cardiovascular risk assessment, based on Framingham methodology is inadequate. Framingham methodology is […]

Colorado premier of the film The Widowmaker

Don’t miss the free Colorado premier of the film The Widowmaker with showings in Boulder and Denver. This film documentary explores the benefits of cardiovascular preventive imaging and prevention. Directed by award-winning producer Patrick Forbes along with David Bobbett, IHDA and Oxford films. […]

Cholesterol and Health News: Eat Butter!

Time magazine’s cover story, Ending the War on Fat, declares “Eat Butter” to improve cholesterol and health. This historic message reverses 30+ years of bad nutritional advice largely based on unproven hypotheses, inconclusive research, opinion and bureaucracy. Although the front cover might imply we slather […]

Who’s the cholesterol expert now?

My new chemical engineer friend and colleague, Ivor Cummins, has turned biochemistry into his hobby. Although I can think of many more entertaining hobbies it is fascinating to watch Ivor use his engineering skills, calculating his way through piles of evidence to solve the […]