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Q&A 412: Is Cholesterol In Coffee Bad (& How To Make Your Coffee As Healthy As Possible), What To Do About Low Progesterone, Carbs Impact On Your Immune System & Much More!


News Flashes - follow Ben on Twitter for more...7:37         The whole problem with this “coffee could be bad for you depending on how you brew it” article is that it assumes the cholesterols in coffee are problematic, which they are not, and are in fact one of the reasons coffee is good for your brain and Coffee consumption and mortality from cardiovascular diseases and total mortality: Does the brewing method matter? Lipid levels are paramount to performance. In a study of over 100 lipid profiles of elite athletes in Olympic sports, VO2 max was positively correlated to HDL and Total Cholesterol/HDL  ratio. Cate Shanahan's thoughts on "Can HDL Over 60 Protect You From Coronavirus?".       Episode sponsors: Kion, Butcher Box, JOOVV, Seed Daily Synbiotic Listener Q&A:       Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) vs. Exercise With Oxygen Therapy (EWOT)...45:11       Tips on increasing progesterone levels...57:55       Do Jaw Exercisers Work?...1:12:14


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