AHS is an important three-day event created to unite the ancestral health movement and to foster collaboration among scientists, health professionals and laypersons who study and communicate about health from an evolutionary perspective to develop solutions to our health challenges. This includes the low carb and Paleo communities.
Of interest to all low carb dieters as well as diabetics and those living a Paleo lifestyle, Ancestral Health Symposium 2013 is shaping up to be the event of the year.
If you are interested in understanding human health, disease, and wellness from the perspective of the human ecological niche and human evolution, please attend Ancestral Health Symposium 2013!
Some noted speakers and low carb/paleo friends include:
- Peter Ballerstedt, Ph.D.:Cycles and Circles: An Introduction to Pasture and Grassland Ecology
- Aaron Blaisdell, Ph.D.: Food Quality and Cognition: Effects of a Purified, Refined Diet on Performance on a Progressive Ratio Schedule in Rats (poster)
- Richard Feinman, Ph.D.: Fructose Metabolism—A Modern and a Paleo Perspective
- Eugene Fine, M.D.: What’s Next for Ketogenic Diets and Cancer?
- Stephan Guyenet, Ph.D.: Insulin and Obesity: Reconciling Conflicting Evidence
- Adele Hite, R.D., M.P.H., Ph.D. cand.: The Real Paleo Challenge: How a “Fad on the Fringe” Can Become a Force for Change
- Paul Jaminet, Ph.D.: Circadian Rhythms: Their Significance in Human Health, and the Major Factors Affecting Them
- Chris Kresser, M.S., L.Ac.: Parasites Are Paleo: The Hidden Costs of Modern Hygiene
- Chris Masterjohn, Ph.D.: Fat-Soluble Vitamin Interactions: An Ancestral Perspective
- Jimmy Moore: My One-Year Nutritional Ketosis N=1 Experiment (poster)
- Ron Rosedale, M.D.: Paleo Myths and the Other Metabolic Hormones, Leptin and mTOR
- Mark Sisson: Ketogenic Diets and Exercise Performance (panel)
- Robb Wolf, B.S.: Liberation from the Industrial Food System
Visit the Ancestral Health Society and Ancestral Health Symposium Web site for more information and to register.