What the future holds. . .
Posted by Andrea Nakayama
That was then, this is now. What’s next?
The Future of Nutrition
I can remember the day when thinking about the role of nutrition in healthcare was seen as ridiculous or whacky.
Physicians could easily say things like: “Your food has nothing to do with your current condition,” and patients wouldn’t leave their offices questioning them or suspecting anything different.
Today we have Dr. Oz speaking on television about diet and nutrition almost daily, healthy food shows on the Food Network and a vast array of food bloggers sharing their healing journeys through diet along with their amazing recipes to help walk the dietary-described talk.
That was then, this is now.
The recognition of the role of food in health, healing and medicine didn’t happen overnight. It took the research and clinical experience of practitioners and thought-leaders that were committed to the root cause of what ails us ~ watching our overall state of health shifting downward as the food culture changed.
The recognition of the role of food in health took the work of those that were willing to be called ridiculous or whacky, to put their fork down and stand up for what they knew to be true. And they did it for me and for you.
There is a Future of Nutrition. And I’m writing today to remind you that I’m participating in an exciting online event happening in just a few short weeks – the Future of Nutrition Conference, hosted by Marc David and the Institute for the Psychology of Eating.
This online conference goes right to the What’s Next? part of the conversation. It brings together new viewpoints, compelling ideas, and fresh insights that will make a powerful difference in your life.
The Future of Nutrition focuses not just on healing a health problem, but looking at how food feeds and fuels all of who you are – body, mind, heart and soul.
And the great news is, the conference is free, and it’s online.
You can sign up HERE.
This is the biggest conference of its kind, and it’s not to be missed.
Check out just some of the topics that’ll be covered in the Future of Nutrition Conference:
- the Science of Nutrition
- the Energetics of Food
- the Addictive Brain
- Plant Based Diets
- New Clinical Insights and Research
- Ancestral Approaches to Nutrition and Health
- Nutrigenomics and Epigenetics
- the Power of Your Gut Microbiome
- Food Allergies
- Eating and Exercise
- Nutrition and Immunity
- Insulin Resistance and Health
- Managing Inflammation
- Nutrition and Autism
- Food and the Brain
- Dieting and Metabolism
- Nutrition for Fatigue
- the Power of Fermented Foods
- the Future of Supplements
- Eating for Longevity
- Food and Weight
- the Brilliance of Raw & Wild foods
- the Hidden Politics of Nutrition
- and lots more.
Presenters include me along with some of the other biggest thought leaders in nutrition and health:
Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. David Perlmutter, Dr. Michael Murray, Dr. David Katz, Donna Gates, Dr. Sara Gottfried, Sayer Ji, Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, JJ Virgin, David Wolfe, Joe Cross, Dr. Cate Shanahan, Dr. Jacob Liberman, Kathie Swift RD, Jon Gabriel, Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, Dr. Pamela Peeke, Dr. Pierre Dukan, Gudni Gunnarsson, Daniel Vitalis, Sally Fallon Morell, Dr. Neal Barnard, Matt Stone, Andrea Nakayama, Laura Klein, Peter Borten, Paul Chek, Dr. Martin Rosen, Darya Rose, Liz Lipski, Jonathan Bailor, Dr. Michael Greger, Julie Matthews, Jared Koch, Summer Block, Andrea Beaman, Jordan Reasoner, Alexandra Jamieson, Dr. Barry Sears, Robyn O’Brien, Dr. Leo Galland, John Robbins, Dr. Richard Oppenlander, Dr. Jonny Bowden, Helayne Waldman, Dr. Peter Osborne, Abel James, Scott Pittman, Dr. Robynne Chutkan, Emily Rosen, and more!
I’m excited to be a part of such a truly informative, ground-breaking and exciting online conference. I hope to see you there to explore What’s next!
To find out for yourself what’s next in the Future of Nutrition, click here.
P.S. Help me spread the word about this amazing conference. This is how, together, we create the future.
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