A reader sent me this picture, taken during a coffee break at the large European nutrition conference in Leipzig.
The picture above just shows a small part of the table. Here’s all of it: Continue Reading →
The obesity conference in San Diego is over. Highlights included plenty of interesting lectures, dinners with Jimmy Moore (thinner than ever after a year of measuring his ketone levels) and Dr Jeffry Gerber, drinks and NuSI-talk with Gary Taubes (exciting news coming up) and discussions with the insanely impressive Dr Peter Attia (who recently recieved a standing ovation at TEDMED – video to be posted). And one more thing… surfing in the Pacific Ocean with ASBP president-elect Dr Eric Westman.
In less than one week it’s time for this year’s low-carb cruise in the Carribean, so it was hardly worth flying home to Sweden before that. To spend the time in between I checked into a small hotel on Pacific Beach, San Diego, where I’m writing this (by the arrow above). Life’s not too bad.
Do you want to attend this years’ biggest conference about Paleo diets and health? Ancestral Health Symposium 2013 will be held in Atlanta, GA from August 15th through August 17th. Tickets usually run out quickly (last year it took just two days) so register right away if you want to be there. I did:
I was one of the presenters 2011 and 2012, but this year I decided not to apply. Instead I’m going to enjoy listening to as many interesting presentations as possible (program).
Do you want to be there?
In May it will be time for the annual Low-Carb Cruise in the Caribbean. It will be the sixth such cruise and my fourth. There’ll be a few hundred true enthusiasts along with many other travelers on a big cruise ship.
This year the ship will sail from Galveston, Texas, heading to an island off the coast of Honduras, then on to Belize and finally on to Cozumel, Mexico. At these destinations you can join various excursions (I hope to find the time for some coral reef diving this year). The cruise is a week long and during three full days onboard the ship you can, if you want, listen to lectures by among others Robb Wolf, Jimmy Moore (thinner than he has been in a long time) and myself. In the evenings we all usually have dinner together and then find some bar to talk over drinks (Jimmy is usually found wherever there’s karaoke).
The trip is equal parts adventure-filled vacation, education and networking. Do you want to come too?
More information and registration here: LowCarbCruiseInfo.com
Additional information: The price for a one-week cruise (including unlimited food and non-alcoholic beverages) is from $679 and up, per person, depending on cabin class. Airfare to Houston, Texas not included.
Here’s a picture from my hotel room in Boston. I had one bigger than usual for a specific reason: to set up a decent recording studio. My 100+ pound luggage contained light and sound equipment, three video cameras and a ridiculous number of tripods.
The result? In the corner above I did long interviews about LCHF and Paleo with Mark Sisson, Peter Attia and Gary Taubes – in the best quality I’ve achieved so far. They’ll be on YouTube soon, for free as usual.
The painting on the wall was fitting. The AHS-conference is about what humans are genetically adapted to and how the clash with modern lifestyles affect our health. So the text on the painting, “Evolution in action”, was well suited for the background during the interviews. There wasn’t space enough for the flying pig though.
Unfortunately I only have a limited amount of time for this blog while in Boston for the Ancestral Health Symposium (which is great so far). However there’ll be updates on my Twitter every now and then.
(Of course using the hashtag #AHS12 will tell you all about the conference)
Now I’m getting on the flight to Boston for the second Ancestral Health Symposium. Should be interesting! Stay tuned for reports.
Here’s a picture of the dessert table at the nutrition conference last week. All the fruit is gone but the cream is left behind.
The old fear of saturated fat remains. Because they couldn’t all be eating strict Paleo, could they?
The nice buffet is removed at the nutrition conference. Lunch is almost over. But a smaller table of food is still barely touched. Guess what’s on it? Continue Reading →
Not bad. Have a look at this nice lunch I got at the nutrition conference: Continue Reading →
- 1If Certain Foods Make You Sick, Just Take More Medicine48
- 2New Page: Diabetes – How to Normalize Your Blood Sugar40
- 3School Refuses to Serve Food that Keeps Student Healthy40
- 4New Study: A Low-Carb Diet and Intermittent Fasting Beneficial for Diabetics!38
- 5Weight Watchers’ New Sweet Campaign36
- 1Could that Low-Fat Diet Make You Even Fatter?340
- 2Dr. Oz Positive to LCHF Against Alzheimer’s!192
- 3What Happens If You Eat 5,800 Calories Daily on an LCHF Diet?159
- 4Butter has an Undeserved Bad Reputation, According to New Analysis149
- 5Dr McDougall in Shocking Vegan Interview123
- One MonthOne Year
- 1LCHF for Beginners
- 3How to Lose Weight
- 4Science and Low Carb / Paleo
- 5Questions and answers about LCHF
- 6About Diet Doctor
- 1 - 56 - 6
- LCHF for Beginners
- Skipping Breakfast Means You'll Eat LESS, Not More
- Are Low-Carb Zealots Close-Minded?
- Stephen Quirke: Zealots by definition have closed…
- About Diet Doctor
- Questions and answers about LCHF
- Zepp: One do differ more then…
- More comments