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Overcoming Metabolic Damage with Dr. William Yancy - Episode 1341: : Episode 1341 - Diet Doctor Dr. William Yancy joins Vinnie this Friday and the two talk his work with the Duke Diet and Fitness Center, programs the Center offers, life-threatening metabolic damage, recent studies to do with low carb diets, and more....

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: Episode 1341 - Diet Doctor Dr. William Yancy joins Vinnie this Friday and the two talk his work with the Duke Diet and Fitness Center, programs the Center offers, life-threatening metabolic damage, recent studies to do with low carb diets, and more. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Pure Coffee Club Pure Vitamin Club Villa Cappelli F Bomb Crowd Cow DR. WILLIAM YANCY Vinnie found Dr. Yancy through Dr. Eric Westman Dr. Yancy is an associate professor at Duke Medical School  Internal medical doctor and obesity specialist Runs Duke Diet and Fitness Center Teach people nutrition and behavioral techniques, medical help A residential-style program 4 week program Meals and lectures, gyms with personal training, etc. Lectures include things like how to eat in restaurants People come to focus on their weight and health A lot of people will use vacation time to do this Worth it to turn around your health and change your life and lifestyle They see people coming off of medications, feeling so much better when they 'graduate' from the Center  When people come off of meds, many of them have more success with weight loss Many medications limit ability to lose weight or even facilitate weight gain Starts with evaluation, know what the resting metabolic rate is, try to figure out pain, emotional evaluation Has moderate carb, low carb and keto diet options Metabolic damage can be incredibly harmful Type II Diabetes, high blood pressure linked to obesity can kill people In Vinnie's opinion, we should be comparing these diseases to cancer so people realize their severity  Concerns around low carb high fat diet causing heart issues are dissipating  A lot of kidney specialists are no longer restricting protein intake for those with kidney diseases  Keep carbohydrate levels low and you have to use less insulin  

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