Not necessily paleo, but most real food is paleo. Similar to his Paleo Summit he put together a couple months ago. Started today (7/8/2012), I'll be watching the presentations, though I feel there's going to be some overlap with the Paleo Summit. Particularly interested in the names not necessarily associated with paleo, always good to hear some new perspectives on food.
I didn't see much advertising or hype for this event, but figured it be interesting to the PH community: http://realfoodsummit.com/
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on July 08, 2012
at 04:07 PM
I love Sean but I am a little tired of the summits. I wish they allowed the interviews to be available for free longer than 24 hours, only to put them up for sale afterwards. I wish I could squeeze them all in because I do love Sean, his interviews are fun and informative, but I hate the time limitations, because my schedule just doesn't allow.
There is also a lot of repetition, but I don't think that is necessarily a bad thing since some of the "gurus" explain things in different ways that might allow for a larger audience on the hold to get a grasp of eating real food/paleo, which is always a good service for their health.