How to Stay Young, Smart and Fit Forever | Gabrielle Lyon on Health Theory
Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu
You should eat more protein, and yes, that means red meat. This statement might surprise some audiences, but it is based on the fundamentally sound science that high muscle strength is independently associated with lower all cause mortality. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon has been on the forefront of “muscle-centric medicine” for years, and here’s what really is surprising. She became obsessed with the concept because of her work with palliative care, dementia and geriatrics. On this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Gabrielle Lyon explains why muscle should be viewed as a vital organ which protects against everything from Alzheimer’s to COVID-19. She discusses the optimal high-protein diet, strongly advocates that everyone engage in resistance training, and explains why people should focus on gaining muscle instead of focusing on losing fat. Check out Gabrielle's online course to learn more: https://muscle-centric.lpages.co/musc... SHOW NOTES: Gabrielle explains what “muscle-centric medicine” is [1:09] Why you should focus on building muscle instead of focusing on losing fat [2:14] Gabrielle explains the function of muscle as an organ [5:14] The more muscle you have, the more likely you are to live [8:57] Gabrielle explains why she prioritizes changing diet versus changing exercise patterns [12:19] Eat high quality protein, which means eating animal protein [15:32] Gabrielle discusses the importance of getting your first meal right [22:34] Gabrielle explains why she eats carbohydrates later in the day [25:00] Gabrielle describes the herbs she uses to improve her health [27:07] Gabrielle started muscle-centric medicine because of her work with palliative care [30:13] Gabrielle explains why lack of muscle leads to dementia and inflammation [34:43] Diseases of obesity are not diseases of “over-fat”. They are “under-muscle”. [36:53] Gabrielle defines how much protein you should eat given how much you weigh [41:05] Gabrielle says the number one thing people should do is eat more red meat [44:22] FOLLOW GABRIELLE: WEBSITE: https://drgabriellelyon.com/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/drgabrielle... FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/doctorgabrie... TWITTER: https://twitter.com/drgabriellelyon
#93 - Muscle Centric Medicine with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon
MetFlex and Chill
To watch this episode, please visit Rachel’s YouTube channel. Listeners can find Dr. Gabrielle Lyon at her website https://drgabriellelyon.com, and on Instagram @drgabriellelyon Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician in Nutritional Science and Geriatrics and is board certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation. Her specialty in muscle-centric medicine™ has led her to be featured on “The Doctors”, with published articles in Muscle and Fitness, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, and Harper’s Bazaar. The application of her expertise ranges from brain and thyroid health to lean body mass support and longevity. In her private practice, Dr. Lyon leverages evidence-based medicine and cutting-edge science to restore metabolism, balance hormones, and optimize body composition with the end goal of helping others discover lifelong vitality. In this episode, we talk about prioritizing protein, the differences between protein sources and examples of how they are not created equal, how the time you eat affects your circadian rhythm, if keto is safe during pregnancy and more! "If you are protein forward and you anchor your plate in protein, you're going to have a better ability to satiate yourself, you're much less likely to binge eat or overeat, and you're much more likely to have a favorable metabolic effect." Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Top Takeaways: Recommended amount of daily protein intake per individual Differences between protein sources such as meats, whey, collagen, etc. Benefits of creatine as you age Dr. Lyon’s recommendations on how to find quality supplements Today’s Questions: What is muscle-centric medicine? Can you talk about the main reasons why having/building muscle is so important for overall health? Importance of protein and ideal intake? Why is all protein not created equal? Is it possible to build muscle over the age of 50? If so, what should be the main factors to focus on? Can you discuss the research on higher protein (specifically leucine) when breaking a fast? Why is leucine so important? Does it matter when we eat food (breakfast/lunch/dinner)? Are there ‘good or bad’ foods to eat together? Safety of low-carb/keto diets in pregnancy and effect of OGTT at 28 weeks? What’s a typical day of eating look like for you? What if any supplements would you recommend to include in your kind of every day? Show Notes: [0:00] Welcome back to MetFlex and Chill! Rachel introduces Dr. Gabrielle Lyon to the listeners [0:30] Dr. Gabrielle Lyon gives listeners brief background of how she got to her passion [1:00] Dr. Donald layman [1:30] Question: What is muscle-centric medicine? [3:30] Question: Can you talk about the main reasons why having/building muscle is so important for overall health? [6:00] Question: Importance of protein and ideal intake? [7:30] High Quality Protein: Amino acids, Isoleucine, Beilein, Leucine [9:00] Question: Why is all protein not created equal? [13:30] Bioavailability [14:30] Is it possible to build muscle over the age of 50? If so, what should be the main factors to focus on? [15:00] Physiological phenomenon called: anabolic resistance [20:00] Question: Can you discuss the research on higher protein (specifically leucine) when breaking a fast? [22:00] Question: Why is leucine so important? [24:00] Question: Does it matter when we eat food? (breakfast/lunch/dinner)? Are there ‘good or bad’ foods to eat together? [29:00] Question: Safety of low-carb/keto diets in pregnancy and effect of OGTT at 28 weeks? [31:00] Question: What’s a typical day of eating look like for you? [34:30] Question: What if any supplements would you recommend to include in your kind of every day? [36:00] Question: Is there anything you’ve changed your mind about in the last year? And why? [38:00] If you want to see more of Dr. Gabrielle’s content check her out on Instagram @drgabriellelyon on youtube at Dr. Gabrielle Lyon [40:06] End --- Join the FREE MetFLex Life Course: www.metflexandchill.com Rachel Gregory (@rachelgregory.cns) is a Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and Author of the best-selling book, 21-Day Ketogenic Diet Weight Loss Challenge. She received her Master’s Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. Rachel helps her clients transform their lives by starting with the physical (body), realizing the power of the mental (mindset), and ultimately gaining massive confidence that bleeds into every aspect of their lives (family, relationships, work, etc.).
149: Why Building Muscle is Key to Aging Slowly, Protein Myths Debunked | Gabrielle Lyon, DO
The Genius Life
Dr. Gabrielle Lyon has a doctorate in osteopathic medicine and specializes in what she calls “muscle-centric medicine.” The application of her expertise ranges from brain and thyroid health to lean body mass support and longevity. She leverages evidence-based medicine and cutting-edge science to restore metabolism, balance hormones, and optimize body composition with the end goal of helping others discover lifelong vitality.
134: Muscle Centric Medicine for Longevity and Brain Health | Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, DO
The Neuro Experience
Dr Lyon is a function medicine physician specialising in muscle centric medicine , this concept of medicine focus on the largest organ in the body- skeletal muscle as the key to longevity. Her ground-breaking concepts eliminate unwanted body fat and build muscle, allowing for continued metabolism boosts and long-term wellness. The key is to eat the right kinds of protein, and enough of them, at each meal. This stimulates the body’s natural muscle-building process, called “muscle protein synthesis”. Dr. Lyon also promotes exercise as another way to stimulate muscle protein synthesis. More than just physical activity, adults need muscle-targeting exercises to ensure long-term health and decreased risk of chronic disease.This episode will inspire you to move your body, lift some heavy weights and eat more protein. What you thought you knew about muscle is nothing compared to what you will learn in this episode. In the episode we go over: 1. Muscle being the The organ of longevity2. Why you should focus on building muscle instead of focusing on losing fat3. The more muscle you have, the more likely you are to live4. The amount of protein we need to stimulate muscle protein synthesis5. BCAA's - spotlight focus on Leucine. 5. Women and muscle gain6. Why red meat is the most important food for everybody7. How to include more protein into your diet 8. Muscle mass and cognitive function. Find Gabrielle here: https://bit.ly/3sxdHcp
24 - AN OPEN MIND FOR MEAT with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon
Life Done Better with Supermodel Jill de Jong
Should we be eating less meat? Meat has been demonized for years, but Muscle-Centric Medicine practitioner Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is PRO-MEAT and recommends high-quality protein diets, supplements, and resistance training to optimize skeletal muscle. In this episode, she shares how she believes that muscle is the organ of longevity (and may be the most underappreciated organ that we have), how best to lower cholesterol, the importance of amino acids, the amount of protein you should consume daily - and what that looks like on your plate. Timestamps: 0:59 Dr. Lyon’s mission 2:25 How should we optimize skeletal muscle? 4:58 3 of the most high quality protein options for post-workout 6:15 Are hemp seeds a good protein source? 6:55 Animal protein vs plant protein? 10:34 Raising cattle and the effects on the environment 12:30 How much meat should the average person eat? 14:40 What affects our cholesterol? 16:24 What kind of carbohydrates does Dr. Lyon recommend? 17:49 The rise of parasitic infections 20:43 The ins and outs of L-Lysine 25:02 Dr. Lyon’s thoughts on meat substitutes ----------------- Learn More: https://www.curtco.com/lifedonebetter Have questions or feedback for Jill? Send her a message on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_modelsdoeat Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/_lifedonebetter Hosted by: Jill de Jong Produced and edited by: AJ Moseley Sound Engineering by: Steve Riekeberg Theme Music by: Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production https://www.curtco.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
177 Gabrielle Lyon – Varför protein är nyckeln till långsiktig hälsa!
Hälsosnack med Lotta och Victoria
I det här avsnittet tar vi hjälp av en av de främsta experterna inom hälsa kopplat till muskler och protein. Vi har intervjuat Dr Gabrielle Lyon som specialiserat sig inom området Muscle Centric Medicine och protein. Muskler är så viktigt för vår långsiktiga hälsa - mer muskler stärker vår metabola hälsa och minskar risken för olika sjukdomar både i kroppen och hjärnan. Men det sträcker sig så mycket längre än så - det handlar även om vårt dagliga välbefinnande, om energi och hormonell balans. Gabrielle ger oss svar på hur mycket protein är optimalt att äta per dag och beroende på ålder, vi pratar om olika aminosyror, om fasta och ”protein cycling”. Vi pratar också om olika proteinkällor och skillnaden mellan växtbaserade och animaliska proteinkällor. Vi får också svar på om det finns risker med att äta protein. Intervjun med Gabrielle är helt på engelska, så om du känner att du inte hänger med i alla resonemang så har vi sammanfattat det viktigaste i ett blogginlägg som du hittar här: https://www.vitalista.se/post/dr-gabrielle-lyon-en-sammanfattning-av-avsnitt-177Där hittar du också källor till fördjupning och förklaringar och rättelser. Vill du veta mer om Gabrielle Lyon så kan du läsa mer här: https://drgabriellelyon.comFör mer inspiration, tävlingar och erbjudanden, gå in på https://www.vitalista.se och anmäl dig till vårt nyhetsbrev.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Reveals the Truth About Eating Meat | Women of Impact
Women of Impact
Check out our Sponsors Cured Nutrition: Use coupon code IMPACT at checkout to save 15% off your order at https://www.curednutrition.com/?rfsn=4704338.94d141c Are you currently on or considering a plant-based diet? Have you been convinced that animal protein and eating meat is detrimental and a danger to your health? You would be surprised to know these current narratives being spun around in the medical community are simply wrong and are, in fact, the real danger to your health. On this episode of Women of Impact, Lisa Bilyeu is joined by Dr. Gabrielle Lyon to discuss such matters and more as they explore how the trending narratives in the medical community are leading you astray, aren’t rooted in true medical data, and may be jeopardizing your health longterm. They discuss why red meat is something you should have in your diet, why most medical studies get healthy diets wrong, the pitfalls in a vegetarian diet, what optimal eating looks like, why protein is powerful for achieving great health, why your goal should be to optimize your health and body composition, the differences between plant and animal protein, and how you can start to eating healthier for longevity. SHOW NOTES: Intro | Lisa opens today’s episode about food shaming and welcomes Dr. Lyon. [0:54] Red Meat | Dr. Lyon reveals the one thing you can do to optimize your health. [4:13] What’s Factual | Dr. Lyon discusses why some groups refuse to listen to true data. [8:56] Vegetarian | Dr. Lyon reveals how she got sick from being a vegetarian. [14:01] Optimal | Dr. Lyon reveals the exact diet she recommends for optimal health. [16:30] Why Protein? | Dr. Lyon reveals the power of packing your diet with protein. [17:58] Body Composition | Dr. Lyon reveals why you need enough muscle. [20:24] Optimize | Dr. Lyon reveals why you should care about protein and muscle. [21:30] Plant vs Meat | Dr. Lyon reveals the key differences between protein types. [23:10] Younger | Dr. Lyon reveals why most vegetarians and vegans are young. [25:20] Longevity | Dr. Lyon reveals what she concluded from seeing people live unhealthily. [28:03] Obesity | Dr. Lyon reveals why we’ve been focusing on the wrong thing. [31:03] Start | Dr. Lyon reveals how you can get started to shift your diet to optimize yourself. [33:11] Feeling | Dr. Lyon reveals how to be in tune with your health and how you feel. [37:39] Real Talk | Dr. Lyon reveals why what she teaches and believes is so significant. [38:46] Success | Dr. Lyon reveals what success looks like to her on this journey to educate. [40:45] Connect | Dr. Lyon shares how you can connect with her to learn more. [42:12] QUOTES: “This really isn’t about protein, this is about longevity. How you want to live?” [18:28] “We are missing the much bigger picture. And the much bigger picture is longevity and how you want to age and how you want to function.” [20:50] “…we’re going to be victim to what people tell us. And if you are victim to what people tell you, you don’t have a chance.” [40:04] FOLLOW LISA BILYEU: Instagram: https://bit.ly/2TIsoKh YouTube: https://bit.ly/2IAbTcH Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2IEajGW FOLLOW DR. LYON: Website: drgabriellelyon.com Instagram: instagram.com/drgabriellelyon Facebook: facebook.com/doctorgabriellelyon Twitter: twitter.com/drgabriellelyon
Part 111 - Dr. Gabrielle Lyon on Living Long & Strong with Muscle Mass, Protein, and Not Believing The Meat Myths!
Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living
Dr. Lyon practices muscle-centric medicine which focuses on the most important organ in the body! She received her doctorate in osteopathic medicine from the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine and is board-certified in family medicine. She earned her undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign where she studied vitamin and mineral metabolism, chronic disease prevention and management and the physiological effects of diet composition. She also completed a research/clinical fellowship in Nutritional Science and Geriatrics at Washington University in St. Louis. GET THE MEAT! http://NosetoTail.org GET THE FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE! http://Sapien.org SHOW NOTES [5:23] Her background and muscle centric medicine. [8:23] The fat focus paradigm. [11:03] Muscle and glucose disposal. [13:38] The protein paradigm. [18:23] How current medical professionals are very misguided. [22:03] Plant based protein and nutrients compared to animal proteins. [25:23] Moral and ethical issue of dietary choices. [26:33] Old age and protein. [36:23] Environmental challenges of food and the transportation of it [41:23] Some actionable tips from Dr. Lyon in relation to protein, carbs, and nutrient timing. GET THE MEAT! http://NosetoTail.org GET THE FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE! http://Sapien.org Follow along: http://twitter.com/FoodLiesOrg http://instagram.com/food.lies http://facebook.com/FoodLiesOrg
47. How Muscles Drive Metabolism - with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon #WellnessWednesdays
Be Well By Kelly
I love Dr. Gabrielle Lyon because she has a unique practice that focuses on muscle-centric medicine. She fights protein food shaming with research-backed science on how protein intake supports fat loss and prevents sarcopenia, and she explains how muscles and proteins play a role in decreasing inflammation and how protein deficiency can manifest in disease.Dr. Lyon received her doctorate in osteopathic medicine from the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine and is board certified in family medicine. She earned her undergraduate degree in human nutrition from the University of Illinois, where she studied vitamin and mineral metabolism, chronic disease prevention and management, and the physiological effects of diet composition.You will learn about...What protein is and why we need itThe benefits of muscle massHow to optimize muscle tissueMuscle as a disposal place for glucoseA day in the life of Dr. LyonSigns of protein deficiencyOptimal times for workout or protein intakeResources:firstname.lastname@example.org - Use code GLYON for 25% offConnect with Kelly:kellyleveque.comInstagram: @bewellbykellyFacebook: www.facebook.com/bewellbykellyBe Well By Kelly is a production of Crate Media
Debunking Protein Myths: What to Eat to Get Stronger and Live Longer – Dr. Gabrielle Lyon with Dave Asprey : 722
In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, we’re talking about muscle, protein and the benefits of meat with a doctor who focuses on Muscle-Centric-Medicine™. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is an osteopathic physician specializing in functional medicine. She says muscles function well beyond locomotion and aesthetics. “Muscle is the organ of longevity and your survivability is directly related to the quality of your muscle tissue,” she says. Dr. Lyon has made a career studying, training and optimizing muscle. She’s a former fitness model and nationally ranked fitness competitor. In her private practice in New York City, many of her patients are part of elite military special operations, such as Navy SEALS, Green Berets, Army Rangers and Canadian Assaulters.Her core Muscle-Centric-Medicine™ philosophy centers on muscle as an endocrine organ and how it determines the way in which we age, our body composition, obesity, and insulin resistance. As an endocrine organ, she explains, muscle is your “metabolic currency.”We talk about the Carnivore Diet, carbs, protein and fat ratios, and false plant-based narratives—and what those things mean for health and aging.“Veganism in and of itself is what, 100 years old?,” says Dr. Lyon. “We simply weren't designed to do that as it relates to muscle tissue, as it relates to aging, and it's just not how we are biologically designed.”“It's so interesting when you think about fat and you think about carbohydrates,” she says. “Some people will say fat is good for you. You've got other people that will say that it's not, and sugar. No one will argue that Twinkies are bad for you. But when it comes to dietary protein because it has a face, people make very emotional decisions and totally ignore the science.”Listen on to find out much more about why protein matters for your muscles and the state of your health. Enjoy the show! And get more resources at https://blog.daveasprey.com/category/podcasts/