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Nutrition and Behavior

Thursday, November 8

10:00-4:00 Chapter Leader Meeting
4:00-9:00 Registration
6:30-10:30 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRaiser Dinner

Friday, November 9

07:30-09:00 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER UNDERGROUND Breakin’ Fast! (not included in registration fee)
07:00-07:45 Gentle Yoga- Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
08:00-08:45 Yoga-How to Sit Comfortably
Good sitting alignment makes you physically relaxed, mentally alert, and able to engage with the world around you. We’ll look at the role of the feet, knees, hips, spine, and shoulders for sitting postures that are simultaneously dynamic and restful.
07:00-06:30 Registration
10:00-12:00 Track Lectures (see below)
12:00-01:30 Lunch and Visit Sponsoring Exhibits (menu)
01:30-03:00 Track Lectures (see below)
03:00-03:30 Visit Sponsoring Exhibits
03:30-05:00 Track Lectures (see below)
06:30-08:00 Buffet Dinner (menu)
08:00-10:00 Choice of Evening Activities (see below)

Track I: NourishingTraditional Diets

09:00-12:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part I, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
01:30-03:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part II, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
03:30-05:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part III, Sally Fallon Morell, MA

Track II: Gut and Psychology

10:00-12:00 Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD
01:30-03:00 Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD
03:30-05:00 Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD

Track III: Nutrition and Behavior

10:00-12:00 Sugar Addiction: Defeating the Greatest Dietary Crisis of all Time
, Julia Ross, MA
01:30-03:00 The Depression and Anxiety Epidemic: How, Why, and What Works Better Than Anti-depressant Drugs, Julia Ross, MA
03:30-05:00

Insomnia: The Impact and Cure of This 21st Century Menace, Julia Ross, MA

Track IV: Science of Farming

10:00-12:00 Urban Homesteading, Rachel Kaplan
01:30-03:00 Turning Sunlight Into Animal Products, Peter Ballerstedt, PhD
03:30-05:00 Growing Grassroots Excitement for Raw Milk Institute, Mark McAfee

Track V: Cooking Track

10:00-12:00 Fermented Foods, Sandor Katz
01:30-03:00 The Farmstead Meatsmith, Brandon Sheard
03:30-05:00 Kombucha & the Human Microbiome, Hannah Crum

Evening Activities

Treating Diabetes Nancy Herrick, Deborah Gordon
Farm and Food Activism Judith McGeary, Esq.
Miracles of Magnetism Dr. Dean Bonlie
GMO Dangers Don Huber
Film - American Meat

 

Saturday, November 10

06:00-06:45 Gentle Yoga-Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
07:00-07:45 Yoga-Relieve Neck and Shoulder Tension
Learn simple and effective techniques you can do anytime, anywhere to release tight muscles in your jaw, neck and shoulders.
07:30-08:30 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER UNDERGROUND Breakin’ Fast! (not included in registration fee)
07:00-06:30 Registration

Plenary Session: Nutrition and Behavior

09:00-09:30 Introduction to the Work of Weston A Price, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
09:30-10:45 Meat, Organs, Bones, and Skin: Nutrition for Mental Health, Chris Masterjohn, PhD
11:00-12:15 Mercury, Glutathione and Alzheimers, Steven Fowkes
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00 The Gut, Brain and Skin Connection, Chris Kresser, L Ac
03:15-04:30 Alzheimers and Coconut Oil, Bruce Fife, ND
04:30-06:00 Visit Exhibits

 

Alternate Session: Wellness Track

09:00-10:30 The Role of Sugar Intolerance and Addiction in Chronic Illness, Part I, Theresa Vernon, L.Ac.
10:30-10:45 Morning Break
10:45-12:15 The Role of Sugar Intolerance and Addiction in Chronic Illness, Part II, Theresa Vernon, L.Ac.
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00 Healing is Voltage, Part I, Jerry Tennant, MD, MD(H), MD(P)
03:00-03:15 Afternoon Break
03:15-04:30 Healing is Voltage, Part II, Jerry Tennant, MD, MD(H), MD(P)
05:00-06:00 Visit Exhibits

 

Alternate Session: Farming Track

09:00-10:30 Tara Firma Farms, Tara Smith
10:30-10:45 Morning Break
10:45-12:15 Chaffin Family Orchards, Chris Kerston
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00
Turning Sunshine into Online Solar Dollars, John Wood
03:00-03:15 Afternoon Break
03:15-04:30 Story of Organic Pastures Dairy, Mark McAfee
05:00-06:00 Visit Exhibits
06:30-10:00 Awards Banquet (menu) Keynote Address by Andrea Malmberg, Allan Savory Institute

 

Sunday, November 11

06:00-06:45 Gentle Yoga-Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
07:30-08:30 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER UNDERGROUND Breakin’ Fast! (not included in registration fee)
07:00-07:45 Yoga-Daily Activities: The Ease of Good Alignment
Learning how to sit and stand well is nice. But what about cooking, gardening, moving boxes and milking cows? Try out some simple guidelines to maintain ease and even muscle tone when you’re being productive.
07:30-05:30 Registration
09:00-10:20 Track Lectures (see below)
10:30-11:50 Track Lectures (see below)
11:50-01:30 Brunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:30-02:50 Track Lectures (see below)
02:50-04:00 Visit Exhibits
04:00-05:20 Track Lectures (see below)
05:30-06:30 Closing Ceremony: Jeffrey Smith

 

Track I: The Frontiers of Science

09:00-10:20 Dark Field Microscopy, Beverly Rubik, PhD
10:30-11:50 The Threefold Man or the Fourfold Man, Tom Cowan, MD
01:30-02:50 Muscle Testing, Biocom, Holly McClenahan
04:00-05:20 NAET, Ruth Mueller

 

Track II: Nutrition and Behavior

09:00-10:20 Gut, Mind and Homeopathy, Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom (NA)
10:30-11:50 How to Fix a Broken Brain, Pam Killeen
01:30-02:50 ADHD-ing It Up: Nutrition, Lifestyle and the Gifts of ADHD-itude, Kaayla Daniel, PhD
04:00-05:20 Treating Schizophrenia and related conditions with the GAPS diet, Kim Schuette, CN, Certified GAPS Practitioner

 

Track III: Native Ways

09:00-10:20 Traditional Posture and Movement, Esther Gokhale, L Ac
10:30-11:50 Tending the Wild, Kat Anderson and Jennifer House (will not be recorded)
01:30-02:50 The Plants We Eat, Anore Jones
04:00-05:20 Indigenous Ways, Tamara Wilder

 

Track IV: Wise Entrepreneurs

09:00-10:20  Fermented Foods Business, Monica Ford
10:30-11:50  Dealer.com, Scott Bevins
01:30-02:50  Marketing with Facebook and Blogs, Ann Marie Michaels and panel
04:00-05:20  The Small, Farmstead Creamery-A Lifestyle Business, Gianaclis Caldwell

 

Track V: Nutrition

09:00-10:20 Nutritional Adjuncts to the Fat-Soluble Vitamins, Chris Masterjohn, PhD
10:30-11:50 Discovery of Zinc as an Essential Element for Human: Impact of zinc on health and disease, Ananda S Prasad, MD, PhD, MACN
01:30-02:50 Taurine, Stephanie Seneff, PhD
04:00-05:20 Magnesium Miracle, Carolyn Dean, MD, ND

 

Monday, November 12

07:45-05:00 Farm Tour with Kathy Kramer, CN
08:00-12:00 Posture and Movement, Esther Gokhale, L Ac
12:00-4:00 Posture and Movement, Kim Thompson
08:00-04:00 Nutrition Topics, Stephanie Seneff, PhD
09:00-04:00 Seven Days of Dinner, Jessica Prentice

 

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