natasha campbell-mcbride, phd, md
Dr Campbell-McBride is the creator of the GAPS concept and the GAPS Diet. She graduated with honors as a medical doctor from Bashkir Medical University in Russia. She completed postgraduate degrees in neurology and in human nutrition at Sheffield University in the United Kingdom. See Dr. Natasha's full bio on her website!
She is the author of numerous books including the bestselling: Gut and Psychology Syndrome: Natural Treatment of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Depression and Schizophrenia. She has also published Vegetarianism Explained: Making an Informed Decision and Put Your Heart in Your Mouth: Natural Treatment for Atherosclerosis, Angina, Heart Attack, High Blood Pressure, Stroke, Arrhythmia, Peripheral Vascular Disease.
McBride is an organic regenerative farmer and popular keynote speaker at many professional conferences and seminars worldwide.
GAPS CONCEPT. WHAT CAUSES ALL CHRONIC DISEASE?
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
Chronic illnesses–mental and physical–in children and adults have become epidemic in the modern world. What is happening? Why are increasing numbers of children and adults becoming chronically ill? What can we do to prevent and reverse this situation? Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride will be talking about the microbial community of the human body and how it responds to the modern world we live in.
Campbell-McBride will explain what GAPS is and how to treat it with a sound nutritional protocol based on common sense and dietary traditions used by people for millennia all over the world.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
We are excited to offer a panel of highly qualified practitioners. The panel includes Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD; Tom Cowan, MD; Laura Villanti, NTP, Dawn Ewing, PhD, ND and Pam Schoenfeld, RD with moderator Sally Fallon Morell.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22
Vegetarianism and veganism are becoming more popular and people believe that plant-based life style can make one healthy, young and even enlightened. Is vegetarianism a good idea? Should we all become vegetarian or even vegan? Changing your diet is a very serious decision and it will have a profound effect on your health and your whole life. Before making such a decision, it is essential to be informed about how food works in your body and what may be the consequences of this change. Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride will be talking about plant-based diets and their effect on human health, the planet and animals.