Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

Optimize Your Body Composition For Superhuman Energy w/ Gabrielle Lyon, DO & Ari Whitten



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In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, who is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician in nutritional science and geriatrics and is board certified in family medicine, and osteopathic manipulation.

We will talk about the best ways to optimize your body composition for superhuman energy.

In this podcast, Dr. Lyon and I discuss:

Why being “overfat” is not the biggest problem in health (and what really is)
The best way to build muscle
The muscle as an endocrine organ
The role of mTOR in health
How much protein should I eat?
The best way to build muscle

Show Notes
The link between body composition and metabolic health (06:20)
The importance of muscle in health (15:00)
The biggest misconceptions around protein and meat consumption (25:14)
The strongest approach to resistance training (42:42)
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9 thoughts on “Optimize Your Body Composition For Superhuman Energy w/ Gabrielle Lyon, DO & Ari Whitten
  1. I so agree with these points! I'm 48 and I just broke a new PR with 275 lbs on the incline bench! With all this covud-19 made up BS, I haven't even got the sniffles and I haven't gotten worried about it!

  2. Thank you so much for this discussion. I have been trying to eat more protein. I think I have heard ( David Aspery most recently ) that eating a protein dense meal after a work out really helps build muscle, but if I’m just working out once a day, how important is it that I try to eat a high protein meal after I work out, and if that meal is high protein, do i really need to load up so much with protein for a meal when I haven’t worked out right before or it is a rest day? Also, would love to have dr. Lyon and Drs. Sherzai, who recently wrote “the 30-day Alzheimer’s solution” which I heard discussed on Rich Roll’s podcast , discuss their research as they come to divergent ideas about diet. I feel so lucky to have found you and be in a place in time when we can get into the nitty gritty like this!! Thank you!

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