They told us a month or two, the editing process takes time. All the big guns, Moore, Wolf, Sisson, Kresser, etc have blogs about them. I am working on one right now myself.
Not many people seem to have noticed - or cared - but CarbSane's long-promised, much-hyped appearance at AHS12 was cancelled at the eleventh hour for reasons that appear sketchy at best. http://carbsanity.blogspot.com/2012/08/ahs-2012.html So we... (more)
What and When The 2nd inaugural Ancestral Health Symposium is starting later this week in Boston, Massachusetts. Last year's conference sparked the Taubes vs. Guyenet debate, gave paleo women wet dreams about Erwan Lecorre (do women get wet... (more)
For those inclined to eat paleo-style during the conference, I plan on adding lists of restaurants to check out on a website I'm working on. Any good recommendations from Boston residents? That "Animal" restaurant in LA was a real treat, I... (more)
Possible Duplicate: Who would you pay to hear at AHS 2012? Exact duplicate: http://paleohacks.com/questions/57794/who-would-you-pay-to-hear-at-ahs-2012#axzz1fiC7rlWj What speakers, that weren't there last time, do you want... (more)
I did not go to AHS11 - but I did follow the #AHS11 Twitter feed. A big thanks to all of you who kept us homebodies abreast of the symposium! I am FOR SURE going to AHS12 - I just need to tie up a few loose ends like getting a giant group of... (more)
I think it's nice that everyone is comforting Meredith but I think the real point is that as a result of the behavior of some after AHS 2011 people are worried about this. People are actually having to think about this stuff! Meredith is but one... (more)
Tickets went on sale yesterday for the 2012 Ancestral Health Symposium at Harvard. I must admit, I'm bordering on giddy about this event (only 159 days to go!). First off, despite my mobility issues, I really enjoyed last year's event at UCLA.... (more)
I don't know if the Ancestral Health Society members frequent paleohacks, but let's give 'em some nice suggestions. I ask for some non-typical paleo names, because maybe they can help to open up this more then promising movement. There have been... (more)
he has been invited to speak at AHS12 and needs a hand up getting there. i have never met him and he does not know me; i just admire the hell out of his work. i wish i could be there this year to hear him. (more)
Thank you for posting! He is brilliant and I am so excited to hear him speak. I'm thrilled to see the community coming together to get him to Boston. I will definitely be pitching in on this one.
If the Ancestral Health Symposium 2011 was the Woodstock of evolutionary medicine, how will we call the AHS12? (edit) You can also say what you would not like it to be called.
My list would include Michael Rose professor @ berkley in evolutionary biology, art deVany, Ray Kurzweil, Nir Barzilai, TS Wiley, Luis de Lecea are my images of who I'd like hear. Some more clinical ties would be great too. I love reading about... (more)
So I hear that @primalmeded and @thatpaleoguy are the new power couple of the paleo landscape down under. Anyone else heard similar? AHS12 will be going off with these two as an item. Brilliant! What a great couple. Keep up the great, great work. (more)