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  • Who's NOT presnting at this seminar !!

    I don't know if you guys have seen the list of presenters, but DAM, it's a who's who in the paleo/primal world. How on Earth are they going to get these folks all in one room and only let them each talk for 20 minutes is beyond me.

    http://ancestryfoundation.org/


    Friday, August 5th

    7:50-8:00 Aaron Blaisdell - Welcome to the AHS!
    8:00-8:30 Boyd Eaton - Historical perspective and future directions
    8:35-8:55 Dr. BG - Microbial husbandry
    9:00-9:20 Pedro Bastos - Dairy
    9:25-9:45 Kevin Boyd - Darwinian dentistry
    9:50-10:10 Mark Cohen - The effects of cultural evolution on human health

    10:30-10:50 Loren Cordain - Origins and evolution of Western human diet
    10:55-11:15 Art DeVany - The competition within
    11:20-11:40 John Durant - Personality types and food
    11:45-12:05 Andreas Eenfeldt - Evolution of a diet revolution

    12:05-1:05 POSTER SESSION, LUNCH, AND Q&A MINGLING W/ PRESENTERS

    1:10-1:30 Frank Forencich - Neo-paleo lifestyle
    1:35-1:55 Lynda Frassetto - Paleo diet clinical trial results and benefits
    2:00-2:20 Stephan Guyenet - 21st century human health possibilities
    2:25-2:45 Richard Jacobson - Vitamin D & diseases of aging
    2:50-3:10 Lierre Keith - The vegetarian myth

    3:30-3:50 Erwan LeCorre - Natural movement
    3:55-4:15 Don Matesz - Modern digestion & elimination: Evidence for ancestral nutrition
    4:20-4:40 Melissa McEwen - Urban forager
    4:45-5:05 Matt Metzgar - Economics of the Paleo Diet
    5:10-5:30 Tom Naughton - Bad science (*Add 10-minute break sometime near here)
    5:35-5:55 Richard Nikoley - Self-experimentation: the best science
    6:00-6:20 James O'Keefe - Organic fitness: How to train like a hunter-gatherer
    6:25-6:45 Guy-Andre Pelouze - Ancestral health from the perspective of a cardiothoracic surgeon
    6:50-7:10 Keith Norris & Skyler Tanner - Efficient exercise; personalized training

    7:15-8:00 Movement sessions (It will be light outside and cooler in LA at this time of day)
    8:00-9:00 “Meet the Authors” - Book signing event open to everyone with food/drinks

    Saturday, August 6th

    7:50-8:00 Aaron Blaisdell - What’s planned for the day!?!
    8:00-8:30 Staffan Lindeberg - Food and Western Disease
    8:35-8:55 Robert Lustig - The trouble with fructose
    9:00-9:20 Brent Pottenger - Ancestral Health Insurance (AHI)
    9:25-9:45 Seth Roberts - What foods make my brain work best?
    9:50-10:10 Mark Sisson - What's next? Next steps for the movement

    10:30-10:50 Craig Stanford - Great apes and the evolution of human diet
    10:55-11:15 Nell Stephenson - Paleo eating in practice
    11:20-11:40 Waziyatawin - Restoring indigenous health through tradition
    11:45-12:05 Robb Wolf - The Paleo Solution

    12:05-1:05 POSTER SESSION, LUNCH, AND Q&A

    1:10-1:30 Vivian Shelton - Evolutionary Bariatrics
    1:35-1:55 Jen McCabe - Micro-lifestyle design choices
    2:00-2:20 Doug McGuff - Body by science
    2:25-2:45 Mary & Michael Eades - TBA
    2:50-3:10 Richard Feinman - TBA

    3:30-3:50 Nora Gedgaudas - Primal mind: diet and mental health
    3:55-4:15 Kurt Harris - Neolithic agents of disease
    4:20-4:40 Bryce Lee - Ancestral health in the military
    4:45-5:05 Daniel Lieberman - TBA
    5:10-5:30 Nassim Taleb - TBA
    5:35-5:55 Gary Taubes - Sugar and cancer

    5:55-6:00 Aaron Blaisdell - Closing remarks
    6:00-7:00 Movement sessions
    7:30-10:00 Dinner gathering for all Presenters, Staff, and Volunteers

  • #2
    *jaw drop* WANT! Travel, room, and food would cost more than the seminar, though, likely 2-4 times the seminar cost.
    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
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    • #3
      Wow. I REALLY want to go to this. I think LA is within driving distance of me.....

      Hey Karma - I just realized that we are neighbors. In fact, I'm going to be in your town tomorrow for a hike!
      Using low lectin/nightshade free primal to control autoimmune arthritis. (And lost 50 lbs along the way )

      http://www.krispin.com/lectin.html

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      • #4
        Eh...20 min talks? Not nearly enough time for each presenter, IMO...
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        • #5
          Wowzers!

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          • #6
            That is awesome! If I didn't live basically on the other side of the country, I would be there!

            Carrie

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            • #7
              Hopefully this will be video taped so we can all watch it later.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jammies View Post
                Wow. I REALLY want to go to this. I think LA is within driving distance of me.....

                Hey Karma - I just realized that we are neighbors. In fact, I'm going to be in your town tomorrow for a hike!
                Watch your step! I just spent the last two weeks getting over a mean case of Poison Oak I got while MTB riding on Mt. Diablo.

                Tons of great hikes here, we are spoiled. Its currently 30 degrees outiside and we don't see that very often either.

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                • #9
                  Can we ask the organizers to send a free invitation to physicians?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Karma View Post
                    I just spent the last two weeks getting over a mean case of Poison Oak I got while MTB riding on Mt. Diablo
                    I grew up in that area. Legend has it that Mt. Diablo is the only place in the world where you can see the curvature of the earth.

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                    • #11
                      I grew up in that area as well and I really miss it. The weather, the dry grass, not the poison oak. I went to horse camp several summers on Mt. Diablo. Great memories.

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