How To MELT FAT AWAY & Build Muscle To LIVE LONGER! | Dr. Gabrielle Lyon

How To MELT FAT AWAY & Build Muscle To LIVE LONGER! | Dr. Gabrielle Lyon
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Today’s guest is Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, founder of the Institute for Muscle Centric-MedicineTM. She services the leaders, innovators, mavericks, and executives in their prospective fields. In addition, Gabrielle works closely with the Special Operations Military and has a private practice that services patients worldwide. Dr. Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician.

Her postdoctoral training was combined research and clinical medicine fellowship in Nutritional Science/Obesity Medicine and Geriatrics. Dr. Lyon completed her undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition, Vitamin, and Mineral Metabolism at the University of Illinois and continues to be mentored over the last two decades by one of the world-leading protein experts

If you’re ready to learn the biggest misconceptions most of us have about nutrition, the benefits of fasting on the body, how much protein we should be consuming per meal, and SO much more, then this episode is for you! Let’s jump right into Episode 1,267 of The School of Greatness.


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  1. Longest living people eat the most meat and have the highest cholesterol. Americans diet is now 70% plant based and they are in the worse health they have ever been in.plants produce poisons and fiber is not needed by human beings.

  2. Lewis is such a good interviewer. Unlike Tom Bilyau (who seems compelled to try to let the guest know how smart he is), Lewis actually let's this Doctor share her information and asks great questions. Well done Lewis.

  3. Lewis, I'm a 67 year old female who used to compete in body building in my 30's. I started working out again, eating and trainging like the bodybuilder I used to be. My legs look BETTER 35 years later. My only trouble spot is this ring of fat around my belly button, not sure what is going to happen to the skin when the fat is gone. I'm training because I thought more muscle would fill in the crepe skin. Makes sense to me…I am so proud of what I have done to transform. Logically I am keeping my weight at 118 to 120. I'm 5 feet and used to compete at 105. I'm one of the littles…but at 120 I look better than I did 120 35 years ago is all I can say. My face has normal wrinkles not "diet face". Great video. I may need to watch again and take notes. TY

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