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The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show promotes a healthy world, and in order to have a healthy world, we must have transparent conversations. This show is dedicated to such conversations as the listener; your education, understanding, strength, and health are the primary focus. The goal of this show is to provide you with a framework for navigating the health and wellness space and, most importantly, being the champion of your own life. Guests include highly trustworthy professionals that bring both the art and science of wellness aspects that are both physical and mental. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician who serves the innovators, mavericks, and leaders in their fields, as well as working closely with the Special Operations Military. She is the founder of the Institute of Muscle-Centric Medicine® and serves patients worldwide.
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I sit down with Dr. Mike Israetel, founder of RP Strength, to discuss the crucial role of skeletal muscle in health and longevity. We delve into the science behind muscle hypertrophy, strength maintenance, and why building muscle is essential as we age. Dr. Israetel shares evidence-based tips on effective strength training, the benefits of muscle mass for metabolic health, and how to overcome common misconceptions about strength training, especially for women. Tune in to learn how to maximize your muscle growth and improve your overall health, no matter your age!👉 Join my weekly newsletter - https://institute-for-muscle-centric-medicine.ck.page/2ed23e2860👉 And get my book - https://drgabriellelyon.com/forever-strong/This episode is brought to you by :Timeline Nutrition - 10% OFF - https://timelinenutrition.com/drlyonLMNT - FREE Sample Pack! - https://drinklmnt.com/drlyonThesis Nootropics - 10% OFF - https://takethesis.com/drlyonInside Tracker - 10% OFF - https://insidetracker.com/drlyonPuori - 20% OFF - https://puori.com/drlyonFind Dr. Mike Israetel at:https://rpstrength.comInstagram: @drmikeisraetelYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfQgsKhHjSyRLOp9mnffqVgFind me at:Instagram: @drgabriellelyonTik Tok: @drgabriellelyonFacebook: facebook.com/doctorgabriellelyonYouTube: youtube.com/@DrGabrielleLyon
Renowned fitness expert Don Saladino shares his invaluable insights on health, wellness, and fitness. In this episode, we talk about the importance of discipline over motivation, the non-negotiable role of strength training in body composition, and practical tips for beginners looking to embark on their fitness journey. With a career spanning over a decade and a client list that includes Hollywood stars and top athletes, Don's approach combines simplicity with effectiveness.Whether you're a fitness newbie or looking to refine your regimen, Don Saladino's expert advice will help you achieve your health and wellness goals.👉 Join my all new 6 Week Forever Strong Bootcamp here👉 Get my book and join my community hereThis episode is brought to you by :Quicksilver Scientific - 15% OFF -Shopify - $1 FIRST MONTH - Apollo Neuro - 15% OFF - Inside Tracker - 10% OFF -1st Phorm - Find Don Saladino at:WebsiteInstagramYoutubeFind me at:WebsiteInstagramTik TokFacebookYouTube
Dr. Andy Galpin, a leading muscle physiology expert, shares his unique insights on skeletal muscle biomarkers, the impact of sleep on health, and his philosophies on scientific information. With a career dedicated to enhancing the performance of top athletes and fighters, Dr. Galpin brings a fresh perspective on health and wellness that challenges conventional wisdom. Don't miss this deep dive into the mechanics of our muscles and learn how you can apply these insights to improve your own health and performance.Exciting News! Dr. Andy Galpin has launched a brand new podcast! Dive deep into the science of human performance, fitness, and health with one of the leading experts in the field.Don't miss out on the chance to elevate your understanding and achieve your peak performance. Subscribe and listen to "The Perform Podcast with Dr. Andy Galpin" now on your favorite podcast platform. Let's learn and grow stronger together!You can also find him at - https://andygalpin.com/https://instagram.com/drandygalpin/https://performpodcast.com/This episode is brought to you by - Maui Nui - https://mauinuivenison.com/drlyonCozy Earth - https://cozyearth.com/drlyonLMNT - https://drinklmnt.com/drlyonInside Tracker - https://insidetracker.com/drlyon1st Phorm - https://1stphorm.com/drlyon
Ever wondered how red and infrared light enhance your health and vitality? Join Dr. Alexis Cowan as she dives deep into the fascinating world of photobiomodulation, mitochondrial health, and the profound impact of natural light on our biology. From debunking myths about UV exposure to exploring the synergy between cold exposure and sunlight, this enlightening conversation offers practical insights for optimizing your daily environment to support overall well-being. Discover the secrets of harnessing sunlight and cold therapy to boost energy, improve sleep, and promote resilience. Whether you're curious about biohacking through light and nature or seeking evidence-based insights to improve your health, this conversation offers profound insights and evidence-based strategies to support your wellness journey.Don't miss out on these essential tips for unlocking your body's full potential!👉 Get my book and join my community hereThis episode is brought to you by:Timeline NutritionHelloNed MelloApollo NeuroInside Tracker1st PhormFind me on:Instagram: @drgabriellelyonTik Tok: @drgabriellelyonFacebook: facebook.com/doctorgabriellelyonYouTube: youtube.com/@DrGabrielleLyon
Join Dr. Gabrielle Lyon and guest Dr. Madeleine Novich in an enlightening conversation that explores the essence of personal, relational, and collective identities. From dissecting the intricate dynamics of health prioritization to unveiling the power of healthy boundaries in relationships, each episode offers profound insights into achieving an elite identity. Dive into discussions on childhood nutrition, parenting strategies, and the transformative influence of collective thinking, as Dr. Lyon and Dr. Novich unravel the secrets to cultivating a life of purpose, resilience, and vitality. Tune in for practical tips and compelling stories that inspire listeners to elevate their lives and leave a lasting legacy of strength.👉 Get my book and join my community here: Linktr.ee/dlyonThis episode is brought to you byMaui Nui: https://mauinui.com/drlyonThesis: https://takethesis.com/drlyonLMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/drlyonInsideTracker: https://info.insidetracker.com/drlyon1stPhorm: https://1stphorm.com/drlyon
Ever wondered why your libido might be low or why things aren’t working quite the way they should? Join us as we uncover the surprising world of how medications and substances can shake up your sex life! Discover the real truth behind common medications like oral contraceptives and SSRIs and their impact on your sexual health.In this episode, with Dr. Rena Malik we’ll also tackle crucial and taboo topics like genital health, the different types of orgasms women experience, and common insecurities about body image, scent, and sexual performance. Get tips on how to enhance your sexual pleasure and communication with your partner in this spicy episode!Take control of your sexual health and enjoy a more fulfilling sex life. Hit the button, and let’s get started!👉 Get my book and join my community here: Linktr.ee/dlyonThis episode is brought to you by - Timeline : https://timelinenutrition.com/drlyonShopify : https://www.shopify.com/drlyonApollo Neuro : https://apolloneuro.com/drlyonInsideTracker : https://info.insidetracker.com/drlyon1stPhorm : https://1stphorm.com/drlyonBon Charge : https://us.boncharge.com/
Join us as we uncover the extraordinary journey of Justin Gatlin, the fastest man alive and three times Olympic champion. In this episode, Justin shares how he transitioned from a young athlete with potential to a globally recognized sprinter.Learn about his rigorous training regimen, the mental resilience that kept him at the top, and the challenges he overcame along the way.Justin shares personal stories of overcoming challenges, including lifestyle adjustments and the mental strategies that kept him ahead of the competition. Discover what it takes to be a top athlete and how to balance the demands while inspiring and mentoring the next generation.Whether you’re a sports enthusiast or looking for motivation to pursue your dreams, Justin Gatlin’s story is sure to inspire and captivate you.👉 Get my book and join my community here: Linktr.ee/dlyonThis episode is brought to you by Fatty 15, Thesis, Boncharge, LMNT, InsideTracker, and 1stPhorm
Let’s take a look into the fascinating world of tendon health with Dr. Gerard D’Onofrio in this latest episode of the Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show. Join us as we explore the crucial role of tendons in overall mobility and discuss the various factors impacting tendon functionality. Learn about the basics of how tendons work in harmony with muscles to support movement and what makes them vulnerable to injuries. Discover the significant influence of nutrients such as hydrolyzed collagen, leucine, and omega-3 fatty acids on tendon health, alongside the effects of hormonal changes and medications like fluoroquinolones and corticosteroids. This episode not only sheds light on critical components of physical health but also offers practical advice for enhancing tendon resilience through diet, supplementation, and mindful medication management.Dr. Gerard D'Onofrio, a specialist in nonoperative treatment of sports and spine injuries. Dr. D'Onofrio excels in diagnosing the root causes of pain and uses advanced imaging techniques like musculoskeletal ultrasound and fluoroscopy to guide his conservative treatment plans. His expertise includes creating personalized therapy programs and performing guided injections and minimally invasive procedures aimed at pain relief and function enhancement.Whether you're a fitness enthusiast, dealing with tendon issues, or simply interested in maintaining optimal health, this episode is full of insights that will help you strengthen your body's connective tissues and improve your overall well-being.This episode is brought to you by Timeline, CozyEarth, MUD/WTR, InsideTracker, and 1stPhorm.👉 Get my book and join my community here: Linktr.ee/dlyon
Dive deep into the fascinating world of gut health with Dr. Ken Brown, a physician and expert in the field. This episode explores how gut health impacts everything from nutrient absorption to overall well-being and even mental health.Dr. Brown shares strategies to cultivate a diverse and healthy gut microbiome, the causes and treatment approaches for chronic constipation, including safe and effective laxative use, and the connection between gut health and muscle health.Ready to take charge of your gut health? Tune in and gain valuable insights from Dr. Ken Brown.👉 Get my book and join my community here: Linktr.ee/dlyonThis episode is brought to you by Mello, LMNT, InsideTracker, and 1stPhorm
Dr. Jess Gwin, a recognized expert in nutritional sciences, unveils the profound role of proteins and essential amino acids in our diet. We discuss the critical importance of protein quality and its impact on more than just muscle health—exploring how it influences hunger, brain function, and satiety.Delving into the nuances of daily protein optimization, Dr. Gwin explains why all proteins aren't created equal and the implications for dietary guidelines. The conversation also covers the limitations of current dietary guidelines and what future research is needed to improve public health recommendations.Dr. Gwin provides insightful perspectives on the potential changes in how we view protein intake and its overall role in our health.Join us in this enlightening podcast where we explore the essential yet often overlooked aspects of nutritional science and how it impacts your overall wellbeing.This episode is brought to you by Maui Nui, Cozy Earth, Fatty15, InsideTracker, and 1st Phorm.
Renowned expert Dr. Mo Khera sheds light on common sexual dysfunctions in both men and women, emphasizing the startling connection between erectile dysfunction and heart attacks.We delve into testosterone, exploring why low levels might not always warrant treatment and the importance of considering symptoms alongside testosterone levels for therapy decisions.The conversation extends to female sexual dysfunction, stressing the significance of addressing common symptoms and a woman's unique concerns.Dr. Khera speaks to the role of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), providing in-depth insights and dispelling myths about increased risks of prostate cancer and heart disease.Join us in this eye-opening podcast where we tackle the often neglected topic of sexual health in relation to your overall wellbeing. 👉 Get my book and join my community here: Linktr.ee/dlyonThis episode is brought to you by Maui Nui, Cozy Earth, Fatty15, InsideTracker, and 1st Phorm.
Casey Means, MD is a Stanford-trained physician, Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of metabolic health company Levels, and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention.Americans are getting sicker year after year, despite ever-increasing healthcare spending. Dr. Means believes we are focusing on the wrong problem entirely.Metabolic dysfunction.In this podcast, expect to learn about the world of cellular health, the five pillars that contribute to optimal function, the best ways to nourish your cells with the right nutrients and foods, the unique needs of women's health, including hormonal considerations and why fasting might not be the best approach for women (especially during pregnancy). This podcast also sheds light on the connection between fertility and metabolic health and the 5 biomarkers you can get checked for FREE during your yearly physical to gain valuable insights into your metabolic health.We also touch on how simple changes in your eating habits can significantly lower your risk of disease.This episode is packed with valuable insights into how you can optimize your metabolism and cellular health for a longer, healthier life.This episode is brought to you by PaleoValley, LMNT, Timeline, InsideTracker, and 1stPhorm.
As a lifelong educator Matt Beaudreau has a reputation as a provocative thought leader in educational and personal development practices. He is a two-time featured TEDx speaker and he was named Corporate Trainer of the Year at Stanford University, having spoken to over 250,000 people .In this episode we discuss:The major problems with the traditional education system.How to develop discipline in children.Why it’s important for you to become a sovereign individual.How to empower yourself through education and self-reliance.This episode is brought to you by PaleoValley, Ned, MUD/WTR, InsideTracker, 1st phormApogee StrongFollow MattMentioned in this episode:Visit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyonTry MUD\WTR now for $29mudwtr.com/drlyonInside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyonGet 15% off with code DRLYONhelloned.com/DRLYON15% Off Your Purchasehttps://paleovalley.com/drlyon
Jessie Inchauspé is a French biochemist and New York Times bestselling author. She is on a mission to translate cutting-edge science into easy tips to help people improve their physical and mental health. In her books Glucose Revolution and The Glucose Goddess Method, which sold over 1 million copies worldwide in 40 languages, she shares her startling discovery about the essential role of blood sugar in every aspect of our lives, and the surprising hacks to optimize it. Jessie is the founder of the popular Instagram account @GlucoseGoddess, where she teaches over 3 million people about transformative food habits. She holds a BSc in mathematics from King’s College, London, and an MSc in biochemistry from Georgetown University.In this episode we discuss:How reducing glucose spikes can improve your mental health.Should you be tracking your blood sugar levels?Does the order in which you eat food matter?Easy hacks to regulate your blood sugar.   This episode is brought to you by Maui Nui, Thesis, LMNT, Inside Tracker, 1stPhormFollow JessieJessie's WebsiteMentioned in this episode:Visit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyonGet 20% Off Your First Orderhttps://mauinuivenison.com/lyonGet 10% off your first boxhttps://takethesis.com/drlyon/Get your free LMNT Sample Pack with any purchasehttps://drinklmnt.com/drlyonInside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyon
Darren G. Candow, Ph.D., CSEP-CEP, is Professor and Director of the Aging Muscle and Bone Health Laboratory in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina, Canada. Dr. Candow has published over 125 peer-refereed journal manuscripts (h-index: 43, i10-index: 89), supervised over 20 MSc and PhD students and received research funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Canada Foundation for Innovation, the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the Nutricia Research Foundation. In addition, Dr. Candow serves on the editorial review boards for the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, Nutrients, Frontiers, Advanced Exercise and Health Sciences and as a Scientific Advisor for AlzChem. In this episode we discussWhat are the benefits of creatine?Who is creatine best for, and is it safe?The best dose amount for fat loss.Can taking creatine improve your mental health?This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro, Timeline Nutrition, MUD/WTR, Inside Tracker, 1st PhormDr. Candow's citationsDarren's PublicationsFollow DarrenMentioned in this episode:10% off your first order of Mitopurehttps://timelinenutrition.com/DRLYON$40 off the Apollo Wearablehttp://apolloneuro.com/drlyonVisit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyonInside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyonTry MUD\WTR now for $29https://mudwtr.com/drlyon
B. Christopher Frueh, PhD is a professor of psychology at the University of Hawaii. He has over thirty years of professional experience working with military veterans, servicemembers, special operators, private defense contractors, and firefighters; and has conducted clinical trials, epidemiology, historical, and neuroscience research. He has co-authored over 300 scientific publications. He was previously a professor of psychiatry at Medical University of South Carolina and Baylor College of Medicine. He has published commentaries in the National Review, Huffington Post, New York Times, Time, Men’s Journal, and Special Operation Association of America.In this episode we discussWhat’s the real cause of anxiety and depression?How to always be the best version of yourself.What is stress inoculation and how can it help you?Cutting edge mental health treatments that actually work.This episode is brought to you by Vivo Health, Thesis, LMNT, Inside Tracker, 1stPhormChris' websiteFollow ChrisMentioned in this episode:Get 20% off and a 100-day trial for all footwearhttps://www.vivobarefoot.com/drlyonGet 10% off your first boxhttps://takethesis.com/drlyon/Inside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyonGet your free LMNT Sample Pack with any purchasehttps://drinklmnt.com/drlyonVisit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyon
Dr. Donald Layman is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Food Science & Human Nutrition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Layman served on the faculty at the University of Illinois from 1977 – 2012. Dr. Layman has been a leader in research about protein, nutrition for athletic performance, obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular health. Dr. Layman has over 100 peer-reviewed publications. He has received numerous awards for his research from the American Society for Nutrition and the National Institutes for Health and for his nutrition teaching. Dr. Layman served as Associate Editor of The Journal of Nutrition and the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior and on the editorial boards of Nutrition & Metabolism and Nutrition Research and Practice. Dr. Layman earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in chemistry and biochemistry at Illinois State University and his doctorate in human nutrition and biochemistry at the University of Minnesota. In this episode we discuss:Does protein timing and distribution matter?  How does your body respond to fasting?  Why the quality of protein matters.  How to use exercise to slow muscle loss.  This episode is brought to you by Timeline Nutrition, Ned, Mud/Wtr, Inside Tracker, 1st PhormMentioned in this episode:10% off your first order of Mitopurehttps://timelinenutrition.com/DRLYONGet 15% off with code DRLYONhttp://helloned.com/DRLYONInside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyonTry MUD\WTR now for $29http://mudwtr.com/drlyonVisit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyon
Dr. Khan, M.D. is a cell and gene therapy specialist with a visionary approach that is changing the way we perceive healthcare worldwide. Khan has cemented his reputation as a regenerative medicine expert and a driven entrepreneur.In this episode we discuss:What is stem cell therapy?Why the standard treatment for orthopedic injuries is wrong.How to heal faster with cutting edge medicine.Can you use gene therapy to reverse aging?This episode is brought to you by Vivo Health, Thesis, LMNT, InsideTracker, 1stPhormEterna HealthDr. Khan on TikTokFollow AdeelMentioned in this episode:Visit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyonGet 15% off and a 100-day trial for all footwearhttps://www.vivobarefoot.com/drlyonGet 10% off your first boxhttps://takethesis.com/drlyon/Get your free LMNT Sample Pack with any purchasehttps://drinklmnt.com/drlyonInside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyon
Known as America's Holistic Plastic Surgeon®, Anthony Youn, M.D. F.A.C.S is a nationally-recognized, board-certified plastic surgeon. Recognized as a leader in his field, he is the author of the best-selling books “The Age Fix," "In Stitches," and “Playing God.” His public television special, The Age Fix with Dr. Anthony Youn, has been viewed by millions.  Dr. Youn also hosts the popular podcast The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show. He is the most followed plastic surgeon on social media, with over 4.5 million subscribers on his YouTube Channel and 8 million followers on TikTok. His new book, “Younger for Life” is a complete holistic guide to turning back the clock using the process of Autojuvenation®.In this episode we discuss:What is Autojuvenation and why should you try it?What is Holistic surgery?Are injectables and fillers safe?The dangers of plastic surgery. This episode is brought to you by MUD\WTR, PaleoValley, Bite Toothpaste, InsideTracker, 1st PhormMentioned in this episode:Inside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyonhttps://trybite.com/DRLYON20% off your first orderTry MUD\WTR now for $29https://mudwtr.com/drlyon15% Off Your Purchasehttps://paleovalley.com/drlyonVisit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyon
Gary Taubes is an investigative science and health journalist, the author of Rethinking Diabetes, The Case for Keto, The Case Against Sugar, Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories (published as The Diet Delusion in the UK). Taubes is a former staff writer for Discover and correspondent for the journal Science. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, and Esquire, and has been included in numerous Best of anthologies, including The Best of the Best American Science Writing (2010). He has received three Science in Society Journalism Awards from the U.S. National Association of Science Writers. He is the recipient of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Award in Health Policy Research. He did his undergraduate education at Harvard and has a Master’s Degree in engineering from Stanford and in journalism from Columbia.In this episode we discuss:Why you can’t always trust epidemiological studies.Can diabetes be cured with diet?The reason why today’s science is often incorrect.How did we get dietary guidelines so wrong?This episode is brought to you by Timeline Nutrition, Thesis, LMNT, InsideTracker, 1st PhormRethinking Diabetes by Gary TaubesMentioned in this episode:Get your free LMNT Sample Pack with any purchasehttps://drinklmnt.com/drlyonInside Tracker 20% Off the Entire Storehttps://info.insidetracker.com/drlyonVisit 1st Phorm Website for Free Shipping on orders $75+http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyonGet 10% off your first boxhttps://takethesis.com/drlyon/10% off your first order of Mitopurehttps://timelinenutrition.com/DRLYON
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jenniferlopez1868

The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show advocates for a healthy world, and a healthy world requires open communication. https://slopegame-online.io

May 24th
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cachevalleychiro

Love this episode. He did such a good job explaining things! Dr. Lyon always does a great job of leading the discussion well. in the midst of almost fully agreeing with everything, I was very disappointed to find that his answer was so quick to be 'yes' on steroids. They should not be standard of care as was mentioned in the episode. Current research is placing them more and more squarely as being contraindicated. They even talked about how damaging they are and then just shuffled around it

May 23rd
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Ferocious

wow I thoroughly enjoyed this podcast episode and I never thought that protein was so important especially in learning how to burn body fat I am a tree and I will continue my study and research and protein timing and adding protein to my lifestyle

Apr 17th
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Pascale B

Seriously?!!! Saturated fat is as bad as fructose. I dint think so. Sorry, switching off now. Also plenty of examples of no-fibre to counter that argument, too.

Feb 15th
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Darrell Audiss

Great info!

Nov 6th
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Aakash Amanat

"The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show" is an outstanding podcast that delves into the realm of nutrition, muscle health, and overall well-being. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, a renowned expert in the field of muscle-centric medicine, provides invaluable insights on optimizing one's health through proper nutrition and exercise. Her deep knowledge and experience make this podcast a treasure trove of information for anyone seeking to enhance their physical and mental health. https://www.brownbook.net/business/52185180/kraft-paper-printer/ Dr. Lyon's ability to explain complex concepts in a relatable and understandable manner is truly remarkable. https://gb.enrollbusiness.com/BusinessProfile/6442379/Kraft-Paper-Printer-City-of-London-Greater-London-WC1X-9NA/Home

Nov 2nd
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Arthur De Vany

Nice discussion. A bit endurance focussed on ST fibers. They act all the time, even in high intensity exercise. Basal insulin is the key signal in all this. I keep mine in the hunter gatherer range of about 3. I operate as a FT phenotype and let the ST respond as they will without being targeted. You cannot have autophagy with elevated basal insulin. I would add that eccentric movement targets the FT fibers and they primarily use anaerobic pathways. I think Paleo is the way to eat, not the present high fat version currently popular., but the original version which Cordain and I studied and advised. I am at least 50 years Paleo and have been called a Patrich of Paleo (NYT, London Times). I am 86 now and 7% body fat (impedance measure) with substantial muscle mass (200 pounds, 6' 1"). Some talks I have given can be found at the IHMC site, they but they are all over the Internet.

Nov 1st
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Arthur De Vany

Nice discussion. A bit endurance focussed on ST fibers. They act all the time, even in high intensity exercise. Basal insulin is the key signal in all this. I keep mine in the hunter gatherer range of about 3. I operate as a FT phenotype and let the ST respond as they will without being targeted. You cannot have autophagy with elevated basal insulin. I would add that eccentric movement targets the FT fibers and they primarily use anaerobic pathways. I think Paleo is the way to eat, not the present high fat version currently popular., but the original version which Cordain and I studied and advised. I am at least 50 years Paleo and have been called a Patrich of Paleo (NYT, London Times). I am 86 now and 7% body fat (impedance measure) with substantial muscle mass (200 pounds, 6' 1"). Some talks I have given can be found at the IHMC site, they but they are all over the Internet.

Nov 1st
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Richard Perry

Great show; Dr Jaquishleaves me with hope to build muscle, get healthier. I hope to buy the X3 soon, and when I can afford it start using his Fortagen product at 76. I just discovered your blog Dr Lyon, followed you on YouTube since discovery you. I'm one of the 20% that easily puts on fat, but never muscle. I lost 50 lbs in the last 6 months (carnivore diet). My wife is scheduled for hipsurgery I hope she can use this to build her bone density and add muscle. we need these new tools.

Apr 28th
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