Caffeine Info Links

How does caffeine affect blood pressure? Does Coffee Raise Blood Pressure? Blood Pressure Chart from Disabled World. Fluctuating Blood Pressure In The Elderly    

Body Weight Calculator

Protein on Keto

Found this nice Ideal Body Weight Calculator as seen in the image above but the results are all metric which is confusing for me. The only take away was that I am “Within 5% of IBW” which sounds good. Also there is this great article on Diet Doctor entitled “Protein on a low-carb or keto … Read more

Olive Oil Purity and Quality

From the North American Olive Oil Association is this explanation of “Purity” vs “Quality”. The certified oils list found here is updated twice a year and Kirkland’s is not there unfortunately. Kirkland’s olive oil is packed in Italy and contains oils from different Mediterranean countries. More information provided by Olive Oil Times. More information from … Read more

Labs – Which Online is Best?

LifeExtension – Has good sales but after that prices get a lot higher. Walk-In-Lab: Has option to pick Quest or LabCorp and prices are better than LifeExtension after their sales end. Questdirect – Worth checking their price. Health Tests Direct: Like Walk-In-Lab in options and prices. RequestATest: Worth a look, but a little higher than … Read more

Ivor Cummins and Patrick Theut

Super interesting video on reversing CAC score with K2 and other supplements. Patrick Theut Supplement List “Dial your body in” everybody is different. Low carb Keto diet Vitamin K  Vitamin D3 – Vitamin D level should match HDL level. CoQ10 Selenium Magnesium – Magnesium Malate Vitamin C Fish oil – must take with fat food. … Read more


What is a Hyper-Responder?The term, “hyper-responder” has been used within the ketogenic / low carb, high fat (keto/LCHF) community to describe those who have a very dramatic increase in their cholesterol after adopting a low carb diet. This increase can be anywhere from 50% to 100% or more of their original, pre-diet cholesterol numbers.Typically, a keto/LCHF … Read more

Metabolic syndrome

Diagnosis The National Institutes of Health guidelines define metabolic syndrome as having three or more of the following traits, including traits you’re taking medication to control: Large waist — A waistline that measures at least 35 inches (89 centimeters) for women and 40 inches (102 centimeters) for menHigh triglyceride level — 150 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), or … Read more