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Ancestral Health Symposium 2012! Day 4 (Officially)

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Hi Everyone!  Here is a quick video I made on the last day around 1am at night!  I just arrived to the hotel after an evening of fun at the Barefoot Banquet and an after party at a local pub.

I felt the presentations on the last day were the best.  I’ll write more about them when I get home.  Denise Minger spoke about eating organ meats.  Andres Eenfeldt had a presentation on The Carb Controversy.  I found him hilarious.  Terry Wahls spoke more about her research in treating Multiple Sclerosis.  I was so eager to hear her speak and she did not disappoint.  I was surprised how healthy she is.  She was able to walk around the whole event, she looks even younger now than she did when she filmed her Ted Talk on the same subject.  One of my favourite talks came from Hamilton Stapell on the history of Ancestral Health.  I was surprised to learn that in the early 1900’s this whole movement was started and faded.  The movement was not limited to “better” food choices but also included emphasis on: barefoot walking, increased sun exposure, crossfit like gyms…  I felt one of the emerging trends was to eat your meat raw or cooked at a temperature no higher than 300 degrees to increase the amount of nutritional value (no burning the meat!).

Today I’m headed home to Ontario.  Please pray for safe travels.  I look forward to more events like this!


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