Dr. Gabrielle Lyon

Protein Perspective: Utilization for Hypertrophy and Fat Loss


Learning Objectives:

Describe muscle changes in obesity among aging populations and learn how to optimize skeletal muscle.

Implement dietary protein strategies for the treatment and prevention of obesogenic sarcopenia.

Synergize exercise and nutritional strategies to optimize health and incorporate daily activity into their routine.


Gabrielle Lyon DO

Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is board certified in Family Medicine and completed a combined research and clinical fellowship in Geriatrics and Nutritional Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. She completed her undergraduate training in Nutritional Sciences: Vitamin & Mineral Metabolism at the University of Illinois.

Dr. Lyon is a subject matter expert and educator in applying protein types and levels to health, performance, aging, and disease prevention. She has continued to receive mentorship from Dr. Donald Layman, Ph.D., over the course of two decades to help bring protein metabolism and nutrition from the bench to the bedside through her concept of Muscle-Centric Medicine®.

Dr. Gabrielle has been seeing patients since 2006 and has helped thousands reach their full health potential. Her clinical practice services the leaders, innovators, mavericks, and executives in their prospective fields.  Dr. Lyon works closely with the Special Operations Military serving on the SEAL Future Foundation's medical board and the Hunter Seven Foundation's leadership board, helping establish protocols for early detection, education, and treatments for cancer and toxic exposures.

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