More Specialist Lectures
Dr. Brent Reynolds: Eco-Oncology: Applying the Principles of Ecology to Oncology. Just as individuals in natural populations reproduce and die, cancer cells divide to produce more cancer cells and die due to programmed cell death
Dr. Mark Lupo: Thyroid Nodules and Cancer: Less is More Personalized Medicine for Better Outcomes. Thyroid nodules are a common medical problem, with 4-5% of the population having a palpable nodule and nearly 50% having nodules detectable by thyroid ultrasound.
Dr. Steve Anton: Lifestyle Approaches for Health Aging. Preserving mobility is central to maintaining a high quality of life and participation in activities to be fully independent in the community
Dr. William Davis: Wheat: The UNhealthy Whole Grain. No human being is protected from the problems that eating modern wheat can create. Gluten sensitivity only affects a few people. Poor response to modern wheat is universal.
Peter Defty: - "Winning on Fat: What the FASTER LCD Cohort do in the Real World" from Low Carb Down Under, Published on 28 Apr 2016.
Peter Defty is a nutrition expert, ultra-endurance athlete and General Manager of Vespa Power. Peter offers a safe, healthy approach to fat adaptation for endurance athletes called “Optimized Fat Metabolism” (OFM).
Patricia Daly, MS: "From Cancer Patient to Practitioner: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead"
From Epigenix Foundation: Published on 9 Nov 2017
Patricia Daly, has cancer in her eye (Diagnosed 2008). She took the standard of care. That seemed to succeed and then reversed and then seemed to spread (Only bad medical options 2012). Her specialist accepted her decision to try a strict ketogenic diet (Just for a short time.) Result: the spreading stopped, and reversed. The original tumor is reduced and inactive. Success? We're not five years on, so some success perhaps. She's now advising others.
Interesting Expert Lectures
Dr. David Diamond: An Update on Demonization and Deception in Research on Saturated Fat... Despite the well-established health benefits of diets rich in cholesterol and saturated fat, flawed, deceptive and biased research has created the myth that a low fat, plant-based diet is ideal for good health. The public must educate themselves on how to optimize their diet and cardiovascular health.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Nutrigenomics, Epigenetics, and Stress Tolerance. In this talk Dr Patrick explores the intersection between genetics, nutrition, and environment: how your diet, micronutrients, exercise, heat stress, and sleep can change the expression of your genes.
Dr. Colin Champ: Dr. Champ discusses the evidence of the role diet plays in helping us reduce our risk of cancer. Colin Champ M.D. practices radiation oncology and integrative medicine, while researching the impact of diet and exercise on cancer incidence and treatment.
Dr. Alessio Fasano: Spectrum of Gluten-Related Disorders: People Shall Not Live by Bread Alone. Among the most important functions of the gut is to provide a barrier between inside and outside the body. The gut has more surface area than the skin.
Dr. Doug McGuff: Strength Training for Health and Longevity. The average person begins to experience a physical decline that begins as early as their mid-20’s and continues throughout the course of their life. While this is commonplace, it is certainly not normal.
Dr. Bruce Ames: Vitamin and Mineral Inadequacy Accelerates Aging-associated Disease. Most of the world's population, even in developed countries, has inadequate intake of one or more of the 30 essential vitamins and minerals.
Catherine Crofts, PhD: "Hyperinsulinemia and Kraft Insulin Tests"
From Ivor Cummins: Published on 6 Sep 2015:
Catherine's PhD, is based on the work of Dr. Joseph R. Kraft. Here she summarizes the phenomenal linkages between elevated Insulin and a dizzying range of chronic diseases. Here she explains some of how the modern medical world has, neglected to consider the influence of excess insulin in the blood. Catherine Crofts, has been a pharmacist in Auckland, NZ, for 25 years.