Relax, enjoy refreshments and attend complimentary lectures
Saturday November 16, 2019
9:30 am – 3:00 pm
55 City Centre Dr., Ste. 701, Mississauga, ON
(North of Burnamthorpe, West of Hurontario at Square One)
Veganism vs Ancestral Diets, Benefits and Limitations
With Nicole Di Nardo, CNP, RNCP
Maybe you’ve considered going on a vegan diet for health benefits. Or heard that the ancestral / paleo diet is the one we evolved from and therefore is optimal for everyone? With such conflicting and contradictory dietary recommendations, it can be difficult to determine what is best for optimal wellness. In this lecture we will take a deep dive into two extreme diets; veganism and ancestral diet to understand the benefits and limitations of each.
Participants will gain an understanding on protein complementation and optimizing plant-based proteins for maximum usability. They will learn about common vegan deficiencies beyond protein, and which foods offer the most nutrient dense sources. The ancestral diet can be equally deficient in vital nutrients when practiced in an extreme form. Without a careful focus on different types of fibre, the gut and microbiome can become imbalanced.
Both diets can be incredibly healing or downright destructive. By tapping intro traditional wisdom, we can determine how ancient cultures maximized nutrients from both plant and animal-based food sources for optimal health and survival.
Preventative Health Care:
Optimal Health Through Optimal Nutrition
With Paul Demeda, CNP
Optimal health is more than absence of disease – it is a state of peak performance of mind and body. People with optimal health have abundant energy and stamina, as well as mental clarity and focus. They tend to look younger and live longer.
From this talk you will learn:
• the key aspects of creating, and maintaining optimal health from the holistic perspective
• foods, nutrients, and supplements that support optimal health, and how to best get them
• factors that interfere with optimal health, and how to naturally and effectively address them
Nutritional Symptomatology Part I:
Food Allergies vs. Sensitivities:
Differences and Holistic Applications for Relief
With Jennifer Papaconstantinou, CNP, NNCP
This lecture will cover the variables between Allergies and Sensitivities in relationship to food and environmental exposure. Attendees will learn how to determine which reaction mode through Symptomatology, discussion on various testing methodologies available, gain knowledge and strategies to mitigate exposure and discussion of the most common allergens, gain insight on nutritional and dietary protocols which can be implemented to balance the immune system, as well as detoxification methods to balance the immune response.
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