Are You Going to Attend the Paleo Summit?

4:21 PM Posted by jo

Sean Croxton over at the Underground Wellness is hosting a Paleo Summit on February 26th- March 4th. My husband and I first came across Sean when he just started off several years ago. It is amazing to see what he has managed to accomplish since then.

This Paleo Summit is a great opportunity to learn more about the grain free Paleo/Primal Diet from great experts. There is a lot of talk online whether or not to eat grains, some people are getting as far as to ridiculing others of their way of eating. I see no reason why we should judge each others way of living healthy, after all we are all doing what we think is right for us. We have been grain free for quite a while now and I'm convinced this is the best way for our family. We have never felt better and we scan better than ever on our biofeedback machine.

I highly recommend that you tune into this summit and learn more about a grain free diet from these experts below. Check out the Paleo Summit Page to register and to learn about the other experts attending this summit.

Mark Sisson – Author, The Primal Blueprint Ancestral Living Defined 
 Mark Sisson kicks off The Paleo Summit by clearly defining paleo/primal living. Are grains safe to eat? Is dairy Paleo? Did your ancestors cut the saturated fat? Mark gives us the scoop.
Diane Sanfillipo – Author, Practical Paleo Practical Paleo Implementation
 Now that you know what to eat, the next step is putting it into practice. Diane explains what to expect from the Paleo Diet, how to overcome common obstacles, and the most effective ways to deal with the doubters.
Dr. Jack Kruse MD – NeurosurgeonLeptin Circadian Cycles
 Dr. Kruse uncovers how leptin resistance lies at the root of inflammation, obesity, and chronic disease. He also shares how he lost 133 pounds in a single year by correcting the “biological mismatches” that were once prevalent in his life.
Sarah Fragoso – Author, Everyday Paleo Paleo, Kids, and the Family 
Transitioning a family to a paleolithic diet can be challenging. Author, wife, and mother of three, Sarah Fragoso rolls out a practical, realistic strategy for having a Paleo family.

Dr. Thomas O’Bryan – Gluten Sensitivity ExpertThe Musculoskeletal Connection to Autoimmunity Disease 
The most basic Paleo Diet recommendation is the removal of gluten. But did you know that gluten sensitivity goes well beyond the digestive tract? Dr. O’Bryan reveals the latest research on how gluten consumption may lead to autoimmune disease, osteoporosis, and muscle pain without digestive symptoms.
Mat Lalonde, Ph.D. – Research Biochemist, Harvard University Invalid Inferences: An Organic Chemist’s Perspective on Paleo 
Are common Paleo claims as scientifically valid as we think they are? What does the research really say about antinutrients? Harvard biochemist Mat Lalonde expounds the importance of keeping the Paleo movement credible by ensuring that claims surrounding the diet are scientifically sound.
Nora Gedgaudas – Author, Primal Body-Primal MindSafe Starches: To Eat or Not to Eat?
 Safe starches have received their fair share of attention — and no shortage of controversy — in the Paleo blogosphere as of late. The Primal Body-Primal Mind outlines point-by-point why she believes the concept of safe starches is flawed.
Chris Kresser – Integrative Medicine Practitioner. An Update on Cholesterol 
The cholesterol hypothesis has its staunch proponents as well as its skeptics. So who’s right? Chris presents the latest research demonstrating why elevated cholesterol scores should not be dismissed by the skeptics. He also explains why a high cholesterol score is not always cause for a prescription.
Paul Chek – Founder, C.H.E.K. Institute Living Primal: Instinct Before Intellect
With so much research and history supporting Paleo principles, why do people have such a hard time living them? Paul explains how the social conditioning built into the educational system has suppressed our abilities to think for ourselves. He also details the six foundational principles of abundant health — nutrition, hydration, sleep, breathing, thinking, and movement.
 Let me know what you think about the Summit.

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