A special, eye-opening event
which can change your life...
A Seminar on Paleo-Anthropology & Human Nutrition
with Prof. Adiel Tel-Oren MD
SATURDAY, JANUARY 19th, 1:15 – 5 PM
The Human Race - Its Original Habitat, Development, And Lifestyle
What Are the Principles of "Natural Eating" That Keep Us STRONGER THAN DISEASE?
How Should We Compensate for Our "Un-Natural" Environment -To Optimize Our Health?
Most of us take for granted the story of the "early humans who developed in the savana, lived in caves, and hunted-gathered for survival." In this seminar we will expose the myths within this and other "evolutionary stories". We will understand the true environment in which humans have developed, and learn how that environment has impacted our unique anatomical, nutritional, and social adaptation. This understanding will provide a final resolution to the eternal debate between vegetarians, vegans, omnivores, and paleo-dieters - regarding the "original human diet." It will also provide clear guidance for the healthiest lifestyle possible today, with special consideration for the many drastic changes that have occurred in our natural environment recently, and how we must address these changes if we wish to optimize our physical, social, and emotional health and well-being!
An invitation to an eye-opening & life-changing event you do not want to miss!!
- Networking break & snacks
- Table for your business cards and flyers
- Bring your wellness info to share!
Cost: $60 at the door or $45 prepaid until day before (please note!)
Prof. Adiel Tel-Oren ("Dr. T"), MD, DC, DABFM, DACBN, CCN
Dr. T is a renowned world-wide speaker, innovator, and university professor focusing on Natural Functional Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Holistic Science, and Sustainability Principles. He's an MD trained in Europe and the USA; a licensed, board-certified nutritionist; president - the Ecopolitan Eco-Health Network; founder - the hypoallergenic Green Bakery; and creator of several non-profit organizations including Everest Learning Academy for destitute Nepali children & orphans (http://www.ecopolitan.com/doctor-t).