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The Underappreciated Role of Muscle in Health and Disease — Jamie Scott (AHS14)
Despite an ever growing body of literature pointing to muscle mass forming an integral part of our health, be it from a functional or endocrine perspective, the ...
What Causes Leptin Resistance? — Stephan Guyenet, Ph.D. (AHS14)
Leptin is the primary hormonal regulator of body fatness. Obese people exhibit a resistance to leptin's effects in the brain, causing the brain to oppose fat loss by ...
Lifestyle and Autoimmune Disease — Sarah Ballantyne, Ph.D. (AHS14)
Lifestyle and Autoimmune Disease: It's Still About Your Gut, but Not All About What You Eat A variety of factors contribute to the development of autoimmune ...
Bone Broth and Health: A Look at the Science — Kaayla Daniel, Ph.D., CCN (AHS14)
A South American proverb claims "Good broth will resurrect the dead." While that's clearly an exaggeration, chicken soup has enjoyed a reputation as "Jewish ...
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Aberdeen High School Every 32 Minutes program 2014.
Plant Food Toxins in an Evolutionary Context — George Diggs, Ph.D. (AHS14)
Over the past several decades, tremendous strides have been made in the study of plant chemical defenses. These defenses include digestibility reducers, ...
Myopia: A Modern Yet Reversible Disease — Todd Becker, M.S. (AHS14)
Myopia, or near-sightedness, is generally assumed to be an irreversible, genetically determined condition that can only be ameliorated with corrective lenses or ...
Modern Masters of Misery — Alex Baia, Ph.D. (AHS14)
Post-industrial society has made human beings masters of unhappiness. We have too much stress, too much boring work, too little play, and too little real ...
Teaching Early US History in the Home of Ancel Keys — Gideon Mailer, Ph.D (AHS14)
Decolonizing the Diet: Teaching Early US History in the Home of Ancel Keys How can a professor in the humanities - and not the sciences - raise awareness ...
Lessons From the Vegans — Denise Minger (AHS14)
Lessons From the Vegans: What the Paleo Movement Can Learn From the Success of Plant-Based Diets The paleo diet has a growing reputation for assisting in ...
Ancestral Mental Health: Applied Evolutionary Psychology — Nando Pelusi, Ph.D. (AHS14)
Understanding why we do what we do and feel as we do often has roots in adaptations that solved problems of daily living for most of human history. Clinical ...
Muscle Strength, Physiology, and an Ancestral Approach to Back Pain  — Matt Smith, M.D. (AHS14)
More Than Bones: Muscle Strength, Physiology, and an Ancestral Approach to Back Pain Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is one of the most common reasons to ...
Strength Training for Women — Stacy Toth and Stephanie Gaudreau (AHS14)
Specific Requirements and Health Benefits of Strength Training for Women Although it is generally known that exercise is beneficial for health, ...
Zoobiquity: Species-Spanning Medicine — Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D. (AHS14)
Animals and humans get the same diseases, yet physicians and veterinarians do not often consult one another. Spontaneously-occurring diseases such as ...
Bent Out of Shape? — Esther Gokhale, L.Ac., A.B. (AHS14)
Human beings have bent forward for millenia to reach, gather, and lift. In modern times, bending has become a problematic activity associated with back pain ...
Osteoporosis: A Bone to Pick With Conventional Medicine — Paul Ralston, D.C. (AHS14)
It is still common belief, even among physicians, that osteoporosis is an inevitable result of aging and a disease of calcium deficiency. After decades of dairy ...
Primality And The Sustainability Revolution — Hilary Bromberg, Ph.D. cand. (AHS14)
How Do We Get Out Of This Modern Mess? Primality And The Sustainability Revolution Here's the fundamental problem with modern civilization: our brains and ...
New Zealand Multisporters Following a Ketogenic Diet — Caryn Zinn, Ph.D. (AHS14)
Performance, Body Composition and Well-being Outcomes in New Zealand Multisporters Following a Ketogenic Diet In a case study design, five multisporters ...
Complacent Adaptation and Chronic Pain — Eric Goodman, D.C. (AHS14)
Bad backs, bum knees, chronic headaches and an unwelcome variety of other chronic ailments may be the true plague of modern society. We are complacently ...
Resolving the Vitamin D Paradox — Chris Masterjohn, Ph.D. (AHS14)
Resolving the Vitamin D Paradox: Are Vitamins A and K Required to Render Vitamin D a Heart-Protective Nutrient? Paradoxically, vitamin D has the ability both ...
Solution to the Identity Crisis of the Ancestral Gut — Grace Liu, PharmD (AHS14)
Re-Savaging the Gut, Solution to the Identity Crisis of the Ancestral Gut The gut microbiota has undergone radical changes. Human gut anatomy are unaltered ...
Proposed Effective Training Methods for In-Mission Astronauts — Keith Norris, B.A. (AHS14)
From Teflon to Tang - Proposed Effective Training Methods for In-Mission Astronauts, with Take-Aways for the Earthbound Mortal Contrary to popular belief, ...
AHS14 Closing remarks
Closing remarks at AHS14 in Berkeley, CA and revealing of the location of AHS15. Abstracts and information about the Ancestral Health Symposium can be ...
Bone Broth and Health A Look at the Science — Kaayla Daniel Ph D  CCN AHS14
Bone Broth heals leaky gut, reduces joint pain, and promotes healthy bones. Click here for a great deal on a premium bone broth. https://tinyurl.com/ydekgw4g.
Rethinking Fatigue: the Adrenal Myth  — Nora Gedgaudas, CNS, CNT (AHS14)
What is frequently referred to as “adrenal fatigue” or “adrenal exhaustion” seems to be an epidemic complaint in our modern world, but are our failing adrenals ...
Functional Frivolity: Human Brain Evolution and Play — Aaron Blaisdell, Ph.D. (AHS14)
Despite appearing frivolous, play is a special adaptation for normal human brain development. I review human brain evolution, and describe how play is an ...
Migraine as the Hypothalamic Distress Signal — Joshua Turknett, M.D. (AHS14)
Though meaningful progress has been made in recent years on the pathophysiological correlates of disparate migrainous phenomema, a unifying model of ...
AHS14 Opening Remarks and Poster Previews
Opening remarks for AHS14 (the 2014 Ancestral Health Symposium) in Berkeley, CA. Abstracts and information about the Ancestral Health Symposium can be ...
Resolving the Vitamin D Paradox — Chris Masterjohn, Ph D AHS14
Resolving the Vitamin D Paradox: Are Vitamins A and K Required to Render Vitamin D a Heart-Protective Nutrient? Paradoxically, vitamin D has the ability both ...
Epigenetics & the Multigenerational Effects of Nutrition, Chemicals and Drugs — Jill Escher (AHS14)
By now most of us know gene expression can be upregulated or downregulated by molecular factors including the metabolites of drugs, chemicals and nutrition.
Approaching Immortality - Maintaining Youthful Physiology as We Age — Daniel Stickler, M.D. (AHS14)
Aging is a disease that kills over 100000 people each day. We age because; 1.) We gradually build up byproducts of metabolism in our cells that will outpace ...
Stress and Heart Rate Variability — Jason Moore, B.A. (AHS14)
As we dive deeper into the Ancestral living framework, all roads eventually lead to stress and adaptation. This applies to everything from food sensitivities and ...
AHS14  Rasmus Jakobsen, Janik Fontana, Marc Morf - X3
Flying together X3 with a new Friend from Danmark, Rasmus Jakobsen :-D.
A Theory of Obesity, With Supporting Evidence  — Paul Jaminet, Ph.D. (AHS14)
The causes of the obesity epidemic remain obscure, and attempted remedies have led to poor outcomes. I propose that dominant factors in obesity include ...
Native Paleo — Regina Aguilera, MS, LAc, Andrea Culbertson, MS, RDN, CDEP (AHS14)
Native Paleo Functional Nutrition & Fitness Colonization by Europeans impacted Indigenous life-ways, dramatically shifting the health of pre-contact Natives ...
The Gut; Diet, Flora, Health and Disease — Michael Ruscio, D.C., B.S. (AHS14) - WHat Health
The Gut; Diet, Flora, Health and Disease - Research and Recommendations The environment of westernized societies is vastly different than that seen in ...
The First Paleo Food: It's Breastmilk and It's Alive! — Philip Goscienski, M.D., F.A.A.P. (AHS14)
Before the Agricultural Revolution a human's first culinary experience consisted of breastmilk. A biological system that evolved from a modification of sweat ...
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