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Apr 15, 2024

Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Low Carb MD Podcast. Dr. Robert Lufkin is a physician/medical school professor (UCLA and USC) focusing on the applied science of health, longevity, and consciousness. After reversing chronic disease and transforming his life he is making it his mission to help others do the same. In addition to being a practicing physician, he is author of over 200 peer reviewed scientific papers and 14 books that are available in six languages. Robert has given invited lectures/keynotes around the world, and was named one of the ‘100 Most Creative People in Los Angeles’ by Buzz Magazine. His latest book “Lies I Taught In Medical School” has just been released.

In this episode, Drs. Brian and Robert talk about how Dr. Robert discovered low-carb and began championing the diet as an intervention to treat chronic disease, Dr. Robert’s new book, “Lies I Taught In Medical School,” why drugs are not sufficient by themselves to properly treat metabolic disease, how processed-junk food negatively impacts our mental health, why seed oils are so unhealthy, how to deal with and walk through stress in a healthy way, why mindset and the spiritual aspect of life is a factor in physical well being, the mTOR molecule and how it relates to longevity, how muscle mass is connected to longevity, processed food addiction and how to begin the journey of recovery, and Dr. Robert’s current longevity/metabolic health related projects.

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