by Sean Croxton
This very well may be my favorite day of the summit.
Because I love Paul Jaminet, am totally fascinated with how gluten can affect more than just your gut, and because I didn’t want to make this summit a total Paleo Love Fest.
Disagreement can be a good thing. It’s how we learn from each other.
In Room 3, Matt Stone presents on why he thinks the Paleo Diet is a giant FAIL for a lot of people. According to Matt, Paleo is a short-term fix that may lead to adrenal problems, lowered metabolism, reduced libido, anxiety, and more.
Can Matt sway your opinion of Paleo? View his presentation RIGHT HERE!
Room 2 is where you’ll find my own personal favorite summit presentation by Dr. Tom O’Bryan.
The most basic Paleo recommendation is to avoid gluten. However, there are a lot of people who have gluten sensitivity with no digestive symptoms at all! Dr. O’Bryan connects the dots linking gluten consumption, autoimmune disease, muscle pain, and bone loss. This one is sure to blow your mind!
View Dr. O’Bryan’s presentation HERE!
In Room 1, Paul Jaminet outlines his 5 lines of evolutionary evidence for the optimal human diet. Paul’s evidence includes:
* The diet of Paleolithic humans as well as more recent hunter-gatherers
* The diet of mammals
* The composition of human breast milk
* The composition of the human body
* The food reward sytem
Paul is mad smart!! Be sure to take notes.
Watch Paul’s presentation HERE!
And like I said, disagreement can be a good thing. Tomorrow, Nora Gedgaudas cross-examines Paul’s evolutionary evidence, sharing what she agrees and disagrees with.
This Paleo Summit is getting interesting!
Hope you guys are loving it as much as I am.
As promised, we have updated the presentation rooms with Facebook comments. Look out for a new regular comment system that gives you the ability to reply to other posts. Should be up in a few hours.
Missed a Few Presentations?
We got you covered. Tomorrow at midnight, the Summit Upgrade Package will be made available for purchase. That’s all 23 videos, audio files, and transcripts, along with bonus ebooks by Paul Chek, The Whole 9, Diane Sanfilippo, and the Undergrounders.