What’s “good” and “bad” in the name of health? Three accomplished physicians (Frank Lipman, Mark Hyman, and Joel Kahn) duke it out over the right way to eat for optimal health.
Dr. Cordain addresses recent research showing links between diet and M.S.
What is the Paleo diet and why should you care? In this video professor Loren Cordain explains what you need to know and answers common questions. For example: Is Paleo always low carb? What’s wrong with vegan diets? What single dairy product is ok to eat?
Is a Vegetarian Paleo Diet Possible – Dr. Boyd Eaton, the father of the Paleo diet gives a short, sweet yes. Watch the next video below for more…
Dr. Boyd Eaton, the father of the Paleo diet, explains why evolution counts when it comes to eating. He also details why, in a world with 7.1 billion people, we need to get more of our protein from plants instead of meat. Recorded at the Oldways Finding Common Ground conference in Boston on November 17, 2015. See the full presentation at this link.
Dr. Robert Lustig presents his New York Times best-seller, FAT Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease. His book illuminates the causes of obesity and challenges the dogma, “a calorie is a calorie.” As our nation becomes wealthier, have we become healthier and wiser?
Dr. Lustig’s book stimulates us to re-evaluate our role as consumers of sugar and shocks us with a sharp bite on the consequences of fructose. As a sugar crusader, Dr. Lustig will talk about the mismatch between our environment and our science, business and politics that has fueled the pandemic of chronic disease over the last three decades. More importantly, he will share strategies to re-adjust key hormones that regulate hunger, reward, and stress. So, take the journey into the biochemistry of your brain and fat cells in order to help you and your family get healthy, no matter your size, in a palatable manner. “Your fat is not your fate — provided you don’t surrender!”