June 24, 2018

Cholesterol

Podcast is up!

Thank you all for cajoling me into doing a podcast. It's been a lot more enjoyable producing them than I anticipated.

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Well, it’s official, at least according to iTunes. The podcast is up. We have a sneak peek up and three new episodes coming soon.

You can find the sneak peek episode (#00) here.

The first three episodes will include Tim FerrissRhonda Patrick, and Ron Krauss.

To give you a taste of what Ron and I talked about, he co-wrote a review of the early history of lipoprotein research, and he said something that I think applies to just about any topic worth exploring in science.

“Anybody that’s seriously interested in this field,” he said, speaking about lipidology, “should probably understand its origins.” Ron said he received an email after the paper was published, from Joe Goldstein, a Nobel Laureate for his work with cholesterol, who told Ron that everyone who goes into lipid research should read the paper.

Ron’s podcast, as well as Tim and Rhonda’s, will be released in early July.

You can find all podcast-related stuff in the podcast section of the site, including links to episodes with detailed show notes, other ways to subscribe to the podcast, and more.

Thank you all for cajoling me into doing a podcast. It’s been a lot more enjoyable producing them than I anticipated. Now I’m just hoping that you will enjoy listening to them!

– Peter

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