Is High Cholesterol Dangerous on a Low-Carb Diet?

Is High Cholesterol Dangerous on a Low-Carb Diet? – Dr. Sarah Hallberg
Is high cholesterol dangerous on a low-carb diet? For some people, the “bad” LDL cholesterol goes up, while other aspects improve (like the “good” HDL cholesterol).

What does this mean? How should situations like that be handled?

Here’s my interview with the fantastic Dr. Sarah Hallberg, from the recent Low Carb Vail conference. I think she has a very good attitude to how to think about this. It’s not something to ignore, yet we still don’t have all the answers.

The 11 minute interview – including captions – is now available on the member site.

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Is High Cholesterol Dangerous on a Low-Carb Diet? – Full Interview with Dr. Hallberg

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The Etiology of Obesity – Dr. Jason Fung
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4 comments

  1. Bill Pirrie
    I am the health and fitness advisor with Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service, Dr Aseem Malhoti spoke at our fire-fit conference his talk was so impelling I started to do some research into the HFLC eating plan. I started the plan in January my starting weight was 76.6kg I weighed myself 4th May, I was down to 69.8 kg ( this is near 7kg drop just over a stone in weight) I am fully committed to this plan but it was hard getting my head around what the science has been peddling about saturated fats I recommend this eating plan to personnel who are on my weight management programme, this is a great site with excellent advice from open minded scientists
  2. Dwayne Robinson
    Why charge for this?
    People NEED this.
    The internet is free
    The interview didnt't cost you anything but time.

    THIS is partly WHY the low carb message is smothered by the status quo which KILLS people everyday.

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  3. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Sorry that you feel that way Dwayne Robinson.

    Around eight persons are working full-time with DietDoctor. This site would not have been possible without the member fees.

    "Our mission is to find the truth about health and supply tools for those who want to free themselves. Thus empowering people everywhere to revolutionize their health."

    Why charge for this? People NEED this. The internet is free The interview didnt't cost you anything but time.THIS is partly WHY the low carb message is smothered by the status quo which KILLS people everyday.

  4. Dwayne Robinson
    Hmmmm....
    In my time I have built and ran four websites and administered three forum sites.

    Yes it is time consuming AND G don't want anyone to be losing their job.

    However, How can I use you as persuasion to new patients that there IS a REAL diet that helps diabetes when they have to pay for info that is free elsewhere?

    The answer is I cannot.

    Don't play the ADA's game.
    Get the truth out there and let's save lives and bodies from the sad status quo.

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