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EPISODE 2: MONTEL, METABOLISM AND MUSCLE

Understand metabolism, flip the master switch on your weight, and learn about the Atkins diet.

Celebrity Montel Williams’ story of struggle with health and chronic illness, and consequently how he got and stays well.

Don Clum, DC is a self-described “metabolic anomaly” and because of some personal health issues he began experimenting with diet and fasting.

Mark Sisson, a former endurance athlete extensively researched keto diets and how they help restore health and increase endurance.

Bonus Interview: Researcher Steve Anton shares the ONE DIET that really works.

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