Is the Paleo Diet the Answer?

Or is it Just Another Fad?

24 researchers, doctors, and diet experts turn back the clock to unearth ancestral solutions for our modern health scourge. The answers are ancient history…but certainly not extinct.

It seems like every month or two a new diet emerges wielding sensational claims of speedy weight loss along with empty promises of eliminating modern disease as we know it.

The media and fat loss gurus peddle these “new” schemes as the end-all-be-all of diets.

But is there really anything “new” under the sun when it comes to nutrition and healthy living?

Or does the truth — and lasting results, for that matter — reside in the was-before-and-still-is concept of the Paleo Diet?

Maybe — just maybe! — our hunter-gatherer ancestors of many centuries past had this thing all figured out. Then again, maybe Paleo is just another “flavor of the month” destined to die out like the South Beach, Zone, and cabbage soup diets and bound for extinction like the woolly mammoth.

I mean, really — how could primitive man and woman have known anything about diet and nutritional science? Cavemen wore loincloths not lab coats!

Well, according to our panel of experts — well, most of them at least –, this old-school Paleo lifestyle has not only withstood the test of time but the intense scrutiny of science as well.

But don’t take my word for it! It’s your health. You — and only you — call the shots when it comes to how you eat, move, and live. And with that in mind, you owe it to yourself to base these decisions on the best information available.

It is my great pleasure to present this information to you throughout this 8-day online extravaganza I like to call The Paleo Summit.

For 8 Days, You Will Learn the FACTS about All Things Paleo from the Best of the Best Experts I Could Find — for FREE!

Beginning on Sunday, February 26th you will have an all-access pass to the research, experiences, and ideas of a who’s-who of the health world.

Not only will you become familiar with a ton of Paleo science and perspective — such as the evolutionary evidence for the optimal human diet — but you’ll also learn how to implement a new (err, old) way of eating and living that works for you.

The Paleo Summit Schedule is Loaded!

Day 1

Mark Sisson – Author, The Primal BlueprintAncestral Living DefinedMark 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 Sanfilippo – Author, Practical PaleoPractical Paleo ImplementationNow 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.

Day 2

Dr. Jack Kruse MD – NeurosurgeonLeptin Circadian CyclesDr. 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 PaleoPaleo, Kids, and the FamilyTransitioning 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.
Erwan Le Corre – Founder, MovNatMovNat: Moving NaturallyOur ancestors never set foot in a health club. Instead, they stayed lean and physical fit by moving instinctually — walking, running, crawling, jumping, climbing, and more. Erwan presents how to regain your instincts for meaningful movement by moving naturally.

Day 3

Paul Jaminet, Ph.D. – Author, Perfect Health DietThe Evolutionary Evidence for the Optimal Human DietSo, where’s the proof? Paul Jaminet serves up five lines of evidence supporting the perfect macronutrient ratios — carbohydrates, protein, and fats. He also shares the logic and rationale behind his controversial concept of safe starches.
Dr. Thomas O’Bryan – Gluten Sensitivity ExpertThe Musculoskeletal Connection to Autoimmune DiseaseThe 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.
Matt Stone – Independent Health ResearcherMatt Stone Debunks The Paleo DietIs the Paleo diet a short-term fix? Are there any long-term side effects stemming from this way of eating? Matt Stone thinks so. Find out why Matt believes that claims regarding carb-induced insulin resistance are no more than a “scientific fairy tale”. And learn how Matt has been able to help people recover their health on a diet high in starches — sometimes with grains and refined sugars!

Day 4

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.
Mat Lalonde, Ph.D. – Research Biochemist, Harvard UniversityInvalid Inferences: An Organic Chemist’s Perspective on PaleoAre 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.
Amy Kubal, RD – Registered and Licensed DietitianPaleo for Endurance AthletesCan endurance athletes perform optimally while on a paleo diet? Amy Kubal — who placed first in a marathon while eating Paleo — shares the pre-, post-, and during-event paleo nutrition tips she recommends to her clients.

Day 5

Denise Minger – Author, Death by Food PyramidHow to Win an Argument with a VegetarianThe Paleo Diet has its fair share of detractors, objecting to the consumption of animal foods while promoting the virtues of being vegan or vegetarian. But are vegans and vegetarians immune to cancer and heart disease? Does meat consumption cause bone loss?
Chris Kresser – Integrative Medicine PractitionerAn Update on CholesterolThe 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.
Reed Davis – Founder, Functional Diagnostic NutritionStress, Hormones, and Paleolithic ManHow did the stressors of Paleolithic living compare to those of modern man and woman? Hormones expert Reed Davis outlines how to combat the systemic dysfunctions induced by the chronic stress, environmental toxicity, and hidden infections caused by modern living.

Day 6

Paul Chek – Founder, C.H.E.K. InstituteLiving Primal: Instinct Before IntellectWith 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.
Dallas & Melissa Hartwig – Health Educators, Whole9 LifePaleo for VegetariansCan vegetarians be Paleo? Good question! The Hartwigs share how the Paleo Diet is not all about eating meat, and how vegans/vegetarians can take advantage of the science supporting Paleo to improve their health.
Dr. Allison Siebecker – Naturopathic DoctorPaleo Digestive TroubleshootingThe Paleo Diet removes common gut-irritating foods like grains, dairy, and legumes from your plate. But what should you do if your digestive symptoms persist? Dr. Siebecker — an expert on IBS and Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth — shows you how to tweak your diet to suit your personal digestive needs.

Day 7

Dr. Catherine Shanahan MD – Author, Deep NutritionThe Paleo Diet vs. Top-Selling Drugs — Who Wins?Dr. Cate compares the Paleo Diet to taking prescription drugs for treating three common medical conditions — osteoporosis, heart disease, and behavioral problems. The winner may surprise you.
Keith Norris – Trainer, Efficient ExerciseHealth versus PerformanceCan you be fit and unhealthy? Muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance are not always signs of health. Keith Norris explains why achieving peak performance should not be at the expense of optimal health.
Dr. Daniel Chong – Naturopathic DoctorEarthing as an Essential NutrientPaleolithic man walked barefoot and slept on the ground. However, in our modern insulated world, we seldom come in contact with the Earth’s surface. Does connecting to the Earth have a healing effect on the body? Dr. Chong explains the known and proven benefits of Earthing.

Day 8

Jimmy Moore – Podcaster, The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb ShowHow To Break Out Of The Grips Of Morbid Obesity And Embrace Healthy Living For LifeMorbid obesity doesn’t have to be a death sentence once you become armed with the real food nutritional lifestyle principles and fitness facts that are essential for optimal health. Be inspired and learn what it takes to overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges to attain the health you’ve always wanted.
Stephanie Greunke, RD – Registered DietitianDitch the D Word!Does the word “diet” impose certain limitations on the Paleo Diet and those who follow it? Stephanie — a registered dietitian — shares her thoughts on how Paleo can escape the ill fate of fad diets.
Dean Dwyer – Author, Make Shi(f)t Happen (April, 2012)The Inner Game of PaleoOur experts can give you all of the nuts and bolts, but it’s really up to you to DO it. Dean goes beyond diet and exercise and reveals the 6 inner game components that helped him reverse 25 years of failure and finally make shi(f)t happen.

Mark Sisson: Eat like your ancestors

In this informative interview with Mark Sisson, author of The Primal Blueprint, you will learn:

  • Why the advent of agriculture is considered to be one of the worst events in human civilization.
  • The problems with common antinutrients in grains and legumes.
  • Why being fit does not always equate to being healthy.

Gary Taubes: Why We Get Fat

Good Calories, Bad Calories author Gary Taubes punches gaping holes in our modern-day dietary recommendations. You’ll learn:

  • How the laws of thermodynamics say nothing of WHY we get fat.
  • Why we don’t get fat because we eat too much, but rather we eat too much because we are getting fat.
  • Why exercise is not as effective for weight loss as we think.

This FREE online summit kicks off Sunday, February 26th, 2012, and in order to attend, you must register by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.

This will without a doubt be the most information-packed online conference in the history of the Internet. I guarantee that!

My team and I have done all of the heavy lifting. Now, it’s time for you to do the easy part.

Once you register below, you will receive an email with your FREE Mark Sisson and Gary Taubes interviews plus a handful of presentation video previews. You’ll also get all of the details regarding how you can tune in and not miss a word of every one of our 23 presentations.

See you at the summit!

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