Muscle Weakness Connected To Majority Of Deaths After 65 (Peter Attia, MD and Layne Norton, PhD)

In this video, Peter Attia and Layne Norton discuss the disastrous consequences of losing muscle strength as you age. Studies have shown that lack of muscle strength is strongly tied to almost all deaths after the age of 65.

Peter Attia, MD, is a physician trained at Stanford University, Johns Hopkins University, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). He is widely recognized for his work in the field of longevity and preventive medicine. Dr. Attia is the host of “The Drive” podcast, where he delves into the applied science of longevity, discussing topics related to health, nutrition, and fitness. He is also active on social media, sharing insights and updates through platforms like Twitter and Instagram. Additionally, he has authored books and regularly updates his followers on the latest in health and wellness research.

Dr. Layne Norton is a renowned expert in the fields of nutrition, bodybuilding, and powerlifting. He holds a PhD in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Illinois, where he focused his research on leucine and its role in muscle protein synthesis. He also earned a BS in Biochemistry from Eckerd College. Layne Norton is a pro-natural bodybuilder, raw elite powerlifter, and physique coach. He has achieved significant success in powerlifting, being a four-time national champion[6]. Additionally, he is the founder of BioLayne LLC and co-founder of Carbon Diet Coach, a platform for personalized nutrition coaching[

Watch the entire video interview between Peter Attia and Layne Norton here:

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