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Paul Saladino – The Most Precious Human Food: Animal Fat

For the last 50 years animal fat has been demonized as the main cause of the myriad maladies suffered by modernized humans. Efforts to reduce this component of our diets have correlated with nothing but worsening of obesity, metabolic syndrome and associated diseases, however. This will come as no surprise to those who consider the vital role that animal fats have played in human evolution and survival throughout our existence. This presentation will examine the often overlooked nutrients present in animal fats, and emphasize the vital importance of this food source in the diet of anyone looking to improve health, longevity and performance. There will also be a challenge to share your #steakdance as part of this talk- anyone who

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Diana Rodgers – Feeding the World a Healthy and Sustainable Diet? How EAT Lancet Gets it Wrong

This year, a group in Sweden proposed the first ever global dietary plan intended to save our health and the planet. Their recommendations include less than half an ounce of red meat per day, only 1/4 of an egg a day, yet 8 tsp of white sugar is allowed. The diet also calls for the elimination of processed foods, but “unsaturated oils” are the main source of fats. And in an effort to also address emissions, red meat has been targeted as the worst possible food. But did the researchers even actually consult with any environmental experts, and how can this diet work for those who live in areas that don’t support grain production and already face malnutrition? Diana Rodgers,

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Tommy Wood – Lies, Damn Lies, and Genetics – AHS19

Nothing in biology is certain, and the nature of statistics means we can only think about the probabilities. The same is true of genetics; your genes alter the probabilities, but they do not determine the outcome. While we are increasingly obsessed with our genome, and can measure tens of thousands of changes in our individual “code”, we forget that almost no intervention has been truly tested based on common genetic differences. And those that have often prove unsuccessful. In fact, multiple studies now show that simply thinking you have a certain genetic polymorphism has a greater effect on your physiology than the polymorphism itself. This is particularly concerning considering that direct-to-consumer genetic testing is often not accurate. This talk will

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Mike Mew – Why conventional medicine does not want to hear this message and how to change this?

Evolutionary medicine is not new, most of it is common sense and has the potential to revolutionise health care. So why isn’t it? Why is the uptake rate painfully slow and nearly always patient driven? Using the example of Craniofacial Dystrophy (CFD) as an example Dr Mew will explain how he has faced losing his licence to practice (his livelihood) for no more than voicing his opinions and concerns. And he is not the only one. Why does the truth face such stiff opposition and what can we do about this? He will lightly cover CFD (and the lastest results on young adults), before explaining how and why this area of modern medicine is doing everything that it can to

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Ron Rosedale – Was Otto Warburg Wrong? – AHS19

Nearly a century ago Otto Warburg emphasized that, though typically an anaerobic activity, cancer primarily and uniquely used glycolysis to fuel itself even in the presence of oxygen. This is known as aerobic glycolysis and now the “Warburg effect”. He maintained that cancer must do so because of mitochondrial damage and insisted that was the cause of cancer. His theory was soon mostly forgotten amidst the excitement over genetic discoveries and particularly oncogenes half a century ago, as the genetic mutational cause of cancer became the paradigm in the “war on cancer” to the present day. Millions of dollars, and far more importantly millions of lives were lost as research barked up this wrong tree. However, as the genetic mutational

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Laura Poe – Beyond Probiotics: Digging Deeper into Digestive Healing – AHS19

There is an evolutionary mismatch between our modern lifestyle and that of our ancestors, which is showing up in an overwhelming number of digestive disorders. Much of the focus for healing these is put on the microbiome, with an emphasis on taking probiotics or eating probiotic-rich foods, but this is only part of the picture. While elimination diets and probiotic supplementation can be beneficial, there is more intervention needed to provide healing in the gut. This talk will outline 5 areas of ancestral-based wellness to help improve the digestion and absorption of our food going beyond the basic “take your probiotics” to help achieve the robust digestive and overall health we have evolved to enjoy. Given from a health care

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Bone Broth and Health: A Look at the Science — Kaayla Daniel, Ph.D., CCN (AHS14)

A South American proverb claims “Good broth will resurrect the dead.” While that’s clearly an exaggeration, chicken soup has enjoyed a reputation as “Jewish penicillin” and bone broths are served to convalescents all over the world. In this presentation, Dr. Daniel will review the science that supports consuming bone broth for healthy bones, joints, skin, digestion, immunity and emotional stability. She will discuss 19th and early 20th century studies on gelatin, as well as recent investigations into the “conditionally essential” amino acids proline, glycine and glutamine and “the essential sugars” N-Acetylglucosamine and N-Acetylgalactosamine. Finally, she will report on Dr. John F. Prudden’s clinical trials healing osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s, and even cancer with cartilage. In short, much science supports the

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The Vegetable Myth: Veggies Are Not Necessary

  February 2018 Here’s how this video is laid out: The definition of a vegetable The symbiotic relationship between fruits and humans Fruits & Tubers vs. Vegetables Observation: Why Do Children Hate Vegetables? Aren’t cruciferous vegetables good for controlling estrogen and increasing testosterone? What is A Vegetable? The working definition of what constitutes a vegetable has actually been strangely controversial. However, for the purposes of this video I am going to define the plants that we’ll be discussing: fruits, vegetables, and tubers – in the following, most widely agreed-upon way: A vegetable constitutes the stems and leaves, for example celery and broccoli (stems) and kale, spinach, lettuce (leaves) A fruit contains seeds (or can act as a seed), and is

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Carbs Don’t Make You Fat, This Does…

  January 2018 Carbohydrates don’t make you fat, and I’m tired of all the misinformation being spread around the internet saying they do. We’re basically at the point right now where the masses of unthinking people are just routinely claiming that “carbs make you fat” which is a bad sign. Nobody seems to want to take personal responsibility for overeating or for eating a nutrient-void diet – the real reasons why people get fat and develop insulin resistance. Some natural compounds that I mention in the video for how to naturally reverse insulin resistance are… Berberine – https://examine.com/supplements/berbe… Cinnamon – https://examine.com/supplements/cinna… And chromium – https://examine.com/supplements/chrom… We’ve got all of these together in the correct dosages in our Truth Nutra supplement

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Vitamin C Antidote too all known toxins Thomas Levy, MD – even SNAKEBITE! VIRAL VIRUS BACTERIAL

  March 2013 Thomas Levy, MD – Vitamin C Past, Present, Future Applications-cure to all known virus, bacterial infections. antidote to all known toxins. Amazing. WATCH VERY CLOSELY AT 25:30. Thats right..he said it… ALL KNOWN TOXINS.     Dr. Thomas E. Levy – The Cause of All Disease: A Unified Theory April 2017 World renowned Dr. Thomas E. Levy speaks about how to combat inflammation and disease by reducing oxidative stress and avoiding supplements that could be causing us harm.     Dr. Thomas E. Levy – Vitamin C The Ultimate Antibiotic April 2017 Watch Dr. Thomas E. Levy speak about the numerous proven health benefits of high-dose vitamin C and the effectiveness of liposomal vitamin C. On page

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Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Cassie Jaye (Filmmaker, “The Red Pill“) about her views on feminism, Men’s Rights Activists, and her experience making her documentary “The Red Pill.”. Watch Part 2 of Dave Rubin’s interview with Cassie Jaye here: Be sure to also visit the “A Voice For Men” web site.

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Conservatism vs Leftism and Free Speech

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Ben Shapiro (Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Wire) about conservatism vs leftism, free speech on college campuses, gay marriage, gun control, his debate with Piers Morgan on CNN, and more.

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The Politics of Hollywood with Andrew Breitbart

Identified as one of the ten most important people in the media that nobodys ever met, Andrew Breitbart details why leftward-leaning Hollywood is dangerous for America and why the people who run it are uninteresting, vitriolic, and vicious. Segueing from Hollywood to the Internet, Breitbart explores why the right dominates talk radio and the left seems to do better on the Internet and how the decline of print media is changing the nature of the national political conversation.

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