I skimmed through the transcript and while I don't have any of the technical expertise of Stavia and others on this forum, I saw enough to worry me too.
NewRon, I appreciate your concerns and hope you'll join our discussion so that you can voice them. We plan to give Dave the opportunity to share his hypotheses, but also to challenge him especially as it relates to he ApoE4 gene. FWIW, I got much more from the podcast itself than the actual transcript (which is unusual) but I took note of the fact that Dayspring corrected Attia as often as he corrected Feldman.
I wonder if a webinar/interview with Dr Dayspring would be possible, wrt lipids and Apo E4? I appreciate it would be a highly technical discussion but I think it could be beneficial, if only to point out the intricacies and interdependencies of lipidology.
I'm open to that! I wonder if you're familiar with this epic thread
in which Dr. Dayspring interacts with members of our community discussing ApoE4 and lipids? I'm guessing that you've also listened to his recent five part series
with Attia in which he dives into the 'intricacies and interdependence" of lipidology. I found that talk very
enlightening. It's also very interesting to see that Dr. Dayspring, in an effort to address his own metabolic markers, is now using a low carb approach combined with fasting as do many members of our community.