Chrissy Bernazzani

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Chrissy is attending the following talks:


7th August 2014

10:10 am
Fructose and Fructophobia. The Threat to Paleo. And the Opportunity. - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
11:00 am
Functional Frivolity: Human Brain Evolution and Play as an Adaptation for Childhood Learning and Education - Wheeler Auditorium
11:50 am
Re-Savaging the Gut, Solution to the Identity Crisis of the Ancestral Gut - Wheeler Auditorium
12:15 pm
The Four Pillars of World Cuisine: Updating our Definition of the Original Human Diet - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
2:05 pm
Resolving the Vitamin D Paradox: Are Vitamins A and K Required to Render Vitamin D a Heart-Protective Nutrient? - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
2:55 pm
Paleolithic Diets and Blood Pressure Control: How Do We Think It Works? - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
3:45 pm
What Causes Leptin Resistance? - Wheeler Auditorium

8th August 2014

9:00 am
From Simple to Complex Patients - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
9:55 am
The Underappreciated Role of Muscle in Health and Disease - Wheeler Auditorium
10:45 am
Mood and Anxiety in the Perinatal Patient: The Inflammatory Model - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
11:35 am
Ancestral Health for Women in the Modern World: the HPA Axis Meets the HPT and the HPG Axes - Wheeler Auditorium
1:45 pm
The Ketogenic Diet for Cancer - Wheeler Auditorium
2:30 pm
Specific Requirements and Health Benefits of Strength Training for Women - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
3:45 pm
Poster Session - Wheeler Auditorium

9th August 2014

10:30 am
Myopia: A Modern Yet Reversible Disease - Wheeler Auditorium
11:25 am
Osteoporosis: A Bone to Pick With Conventional Medicine - Wheeler Auditorium
11:50 am
Approaching Immortality - Maintaining Youthful Physiology as We Age - Wheeler Auditorium
1:50 pm
Complacent Adaptation and Chronic Pain - VLSB 2050
2:40 pm
The First Paleo Food: It's Breastmilk and It's Alive! - Wheeler Auditorium
3:35 pm
It's Your Parents Fault! Methylation: How 1 Carbon Affects Your Brain, Your DNA and Everything in Between - Wheeler Auditorium

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