CETP

Read it carefully as it may help you assess your risk for cardiovascular disease! In my previous article comparing pathological versus physiological high LDL-C levels, one of the marked differences is that HDL-C goes down under the pathological situation versus up on the physiological case. This difference comes down to cholesterol ester transfer protein orContinue reading “CETP”

Why are mice bad at ketogenesis?

Previously I collected different studies to see how the mice perform on ketogenesis. Despite having a diet that often consists of >90% fat they produce disappointingly low BHB levels. Without thinking much about it I just assumed they are bad at fat metabolism biased by thinking they are typical high carb eating animals so theyContinue reading “Why are mice bad at ketogenesis?”

Ketogenesis and blood glucose

It is explained everywhere that the creation of ketones (ketogenesis) is done by the liver, converting fat in ketone bodies such as beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB). Yet when measuring ketones, after being on the ketogenic diet for a longer period, people struggle with this concept when they measure low ketones. People who have been on a ketogenicContinue reading “Ketogenesis and blood glucose”

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