2011 Ancestral Health Symposium Video Links

A few weeks ago I attended the 2011 Ancestral Health Symposium in Los Angeles, California. You can click here to read the little write up I did following the event. This event was packed full of research and data. There were two rooms where presentations were held simultaneously so it was impossible to see them all in person. All of  the presentations were recorded and are now up on Vimeo for viewing. The presentations are about 40 minutes long followed by some questions and answers. Click the feed to enjoy one of my many favorite presentations by Pedro Bastos on Dairy, Hormones, and Human Health. Click here to view the Ancestry’s videos of the all the presenters that weekend.

“Dairy, Hormones, and Human Health” by Pedro Bastos, MA, MS from Ancestry on Vimeo.

Written by Chrissy

Chrissy Gower has been involved in the NorCal Strength and Conditioning community for over 10 years. She graduated from CSU, Chico with a degree in Liberal Studies and then went on to earn a Masters Degree in Education as well as a teaching credential. After years of seeing and feeling the positive impact that NorCal Strength and Conditioning has had on her life, Chrissy chose to make a career change to personal fitness training. Chrissy can help you to improve any element of your fitness, be it body composition, strength, flexibility or cardiovascular endurance. Chrissy is also the author of Paleo Slow Cooking: Gluten Free Recipes Made Simple. As a mother of two and wife to a picky husband, Chrissy has a passion for helping people and families make healthier food and lifestyle choices.

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  1. Jenny LaBaw
    Jenny LaBaw

    Very cool Chrissy…I’ve heard amazing things about the weekend and am excited to catch up on the videos when I have time! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Unfortunately not all the presentations have been put online at vimeo.
    One exception that’s worth making the effort to track down is
    The Food Revolution – AHS 2011 Dr Andeas Eefeldt He’s editted in the slides so you can watch the presentation and pause to look at the slides if required.
    For the others I found it easiest to look at the slides on my laptop while watching the presentation on my PC.

    I’ve now installed some free software (Downloadhelper) so I can download the video’s to my PC and watch them more than once without using up so much of my broadband allocation.

    I hope all the slides will appear soon. Gary Taubes slides aren’t up yet and I’d like to see those.

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