511: ‘The Exercise Coach’ Founder Brian Cygan And Forensic Clinical Pathologist Dr. Robert Pfalzgraf


Today we welcome Brian Cygan, founder and creator of The Exercise Coach personal training franchise, and forensic clinical pathologist Dr. Robert Pfalzgraf in today’s episode of The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore!

Tune in to hear Brian explain why he believes just two 20-minute workouts weekly is all you need to improve your health and weight effectively. And Dr. Pfalzgraf shares from the wealth of knowledge he has gained from examining people who have died that reveal some telling information about the effects of human diet. Through his years of performing autopsies, he’s literally seen it all and has a rather unique perspective that you will finding intriguing to say the least.

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4 Responses to 511: ‘The Exercise Coach’ Founder Brian Cygan And Forensic Clinical Pathologist Dr. Robert Pfalzgraf
  1. Kathryn
    November 1, 2011 | 9:46 am

    I’m the Kathryn that turned him on to Proteiin Power by the Eades.  Listening to this podcast, it condenses down the serendipity of how a book he needs at that particular time presents itself.  We still chat almost weekly and I was thrilled when I heard about his contribution to these poscasts.  He’s heroic, do doubt about it.  For an MD to speak out against the medical norm is awesome!  GO BOB!!!

    • Anonymous
      November 2, 2011 | 9:12 am

      AWESOME! THANK YOU Kathryn!

  2. Anonymous
    November 1, 2011 | 11:22 pm

    Thank you Brian, Robert and Jimmy for these excellent interviews.  My former doctor was very keen for me to go onto Lipitor.  She said her cholesterol numbers were “good”, but she would not hesitate to take it if she had my numbers.  Sadly she died in her sleep aged 48.  My new doctor accepts that I have made an informed decision not to take it.
    Thanks again.  Jill

    • Anonymous
      November 2, 2011 | 9:12 am

      Good for you, Jill! Be well.

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