How Wall Street and tech bros are staying forever young: Dr. Lionel Bissoon's interview with New York Post
Most of New York's executives and business owners are now using HGH injections to stay younger, increase energy, grow muscle, and reduce fat. Dr. Lionel Bissoon, who specializes in hormone treatment, noticed a rise in HGH demand after the 2008 recession back in 2008 as many of Wall Streets shakers and movers wanted to secure their businesses.
March 22, 2017 Press
Dr. Lionel Bissoon was recently featured on Forbes in Christopher Skroupa's article, "How Concierge Medicine Saved My Life," where the CEO shares how Dr. Bissoon cured the executive's fatigue, weight gain, and GI issues through personalized preventative care - while other doctors scratched their heads and chalked it up to aging.
On February 3, 2017 Dr. Lionel Bissoon was interviewed by Dave Asprey, the founder of Bulletproof Nutrition and NYT Bestselling Author of The Bulletproof Diet.
In the interview, Dave Asprey and Dr. Bissoon discuss Mesotherapy, Anti-Aging, and Meditation as well as COMT - a mutated gene might be making you smarter….and fatter, according to some studies on the gene. It is commonly found in highly functioning, intelligent people, like executives. While the gene can make you smarter, one side effect is that it also packs on weight.
Tired of hair loss? Both men and women can easily regrow their hair with lifestyle changes in addition to Platelet Rich Plasma, Stem Cell Therapy, or Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Stem cell therapy’s regenerative properties eliminate the need for invasive reconstructive surgery and pain medication, treating injuries and ailments that affect millions of Americans.
Study: Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy throughout Menopause Increases Bone Density & Strength
A study published in July 2016 by researchers in England, Scotland, and Wales determined that using Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) in menopausal women resulted in increased areal bone mineral density, bone strength, and bone size.
September 27, 2016 Weight Loss
Feces to help you lose weight? It may sound pretty unappealing, but there's important research behind fecal transplants and gut bacteria that could help people at risk of metabolic diseases or obesity.
According to researchers at the 2016 World Congress of Anaesthesiologists, scientists learned that iPads were as effective as a sedative in lowering children's anxiety levels pre-surgery.
September 1, 2016 Health & Tech
Brain imaging scans reveal that technology and screen time affects the brain's frontal cortex and increases dopamine levels as much as sex. Children as young as 8-10 spend 8 hours a day on a screen, becoming addicted to something that affects the brain much like cocaine does.