Dr. Liebowitz is a
regular contributor to
the Gabriel Method
Support Group

Support Group Members,

“Wondering if You Have a Chemical Imbalance Causing You to Gain Weight?”

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3 Things I Learned from Dr. Liebowitz:

  • How leptin sensitivity turns “off” your FAT Programs
  • How cellular stress in menopause is what often causes weight (and can be naturally reduced)
  • How insulin resistance leads to weight gain (and how high altitudes can naturally increase sensitivity)

Howard Liebowitz, M.D. Dr. Liebowitz was trained in Internal Medicine at USC, and worked as an Emergency and Trauma Physician for over 20 years. He has served as the Medical Director at The Centinela Hospital Fitness Institute testing professional athletes from The Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers and PGA golf tour.

He was the team Doctor for The Pioneer Triathlon Team, a professional triathlon team. He served as a member of the medical Board for Tri-Fed, the governing body of the Triathlon sport. He was a member of the advisory board of Bally Health and Tennis, and 24 Hour Fitness. He also worked as a Physician at the Pritikin Longevity Center. He has been a lifelong athlete himself, as a college swimmer and later a triathlete, completing the grueling Hawaii Ironman three times.

His experience with Integrated and Functional Medicine, along with his foundational approach to health through nutrition, helped him realize the importance of assessing and balancing hormones for both men and women. He has combined years of experience and knowledge to help women through the hormone transition known as menopause as well as male hormone decline. His unique approach to attaining optimal health as well as slowing the aging process has helped innumerable men and women. While sharing certain common ground, each need their own unique approach. DR. LIEBOWITZ’S SITE

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Dr. Liebowitz is a regular contributor & teacher in the
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Health Disclaimer: The Gabriel Method is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. This information is intended for educational purposes only, not as medical advice. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, eating, or health program.