Erica Petrosky

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Erica is attending the following talks:


7th August 2014

9:00 am
AHS14 BEGINS: OPENING REMARKS - Wheeler Auditorium
10:10 am
Fructose and Fructophobia. The Threat to Paleo. And the Opportunity. - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
11:00 am
Recreating Old Behaviors in a New World: A Crazy Paradox of How Quantified Self Technologies and the Internet of Things Will Help Us Live More Like Our Ancestors - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
11:50 am
Re-Savaging the Gut, Solution to the Identity Crisis of the Ancestral Gut - Wheeler Auditorium
12:15 pm
Lessons From the Vegans: What the Paleo Movement Can Learn From the Success of Plant-Based Diets - Wheeler Auditorium
2:05 pm
Rethinking Fatigue: the Adrenal Myth - Wheeler Auditorium
2:55 pm
A Theory of Obesity, With Supporting Evidence from the Perfect Health Retreats - Wheeler Auditorium
3:45 pm
What Causes Leptin Resistance? - Wheeler Auditorium
4:35 pm
Epigenetics and the Multigenerational Effects of Nutrition, Chemicals and Drugs - Wheeler Auditorium
Lifestyle and Autoimmune Disease: It's Still About Your Gut, but Not All About What You Eat - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall

8th August 2014

9:00 am
A Synthesis of Modern Exercise Physiology and Evolutionary Theory - Wheeler Auditorium
9:50 am
Modern Masters of Misery - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
10:15 am
Ancestral Mental Health: Applied Evolutionary Psychology - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
10:45 am
Mood and Anxiety in the Perinatal Patient: The Inflammatory Model - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
11:35 am
Plant Food Toxins in an Evolutionary Context - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
1:45 pm
How We Got Fat (and Sick): Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Adipose Dynamics, and the Ratchet Effect - Bancroft Hotel Great Hall
3:20 pm
Performance, Body Composition and Well-being Outcomes in New Zealand Multisporters Following a Ketogenic Diet - Wheeler Auditorium

9th August 2014

11:25 am
The Role of Institutions and Rationality in the Emergence of an Obesity Epidemic - VLSB 2050
11:50 am
Approaching Immortality - Maintaining Youthful Physiology as We Age - Wheeler Auditorium
1:50 pm
Bone Broth and Health: A Look at the Science - Wheeler Auditorium
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
4:25 pm
Closing remarks - Wheeler Auditorium

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