Entheos – Healthy Revolution 2014

En*theos presents Healthy Revolution 2014 with The Experience Life Editorial Team.
You’re invited to join us for Experience Life magazine’s second-annual “A Healthy Revolution: The Virtual Conference,” a groundbreaking digital event that will transform how you think about health, fitness, nutrition, and optimal living.

Hosted by Experience Life’s award-winning editorial team, this FREE conference will feature 16 of today’s most progressive experts, valued and well-respected individuals who’ll be sharing their cutting-edge perspectives on health and wellness.

Hear from today’s most progressive experts about how to live healthy even in the face of real challenges — and become part of a movement intent on creating a happier, healthier world.

The Experts and Their Topics:

Strength Training for Women with Molly Galbraith
Molly Galbraith, NSCA CSCS, is a co-founder of Girls Gone Strong, a movement started in 2011 with the mission of changing the landscape of nutrition and training information for women. Galbraith, formerly a figure competitor and Powerlifter, now provides distance coaching in strength training, conditioning and nutrition, for women across the U.S. Learn more at girlsgonestrong.com and mollygalbraith.com.
Big ideas from this session:
• Finding the balance to look and feel your best
• Nutrition and exercise tailored for women
• Why strength-training is for life and aging well
• Finding your confidence through building strength

Grain Brain with David Perlmutter, MD
A self-described “recovering vegetarian,” David Perlmutter, MD, serves as an Associate Professor at the University of Miami School of Medicine, and is a frequent lecturer at symposia sponsored by such medical institutions as Harvard University, the University of Arizona, Scripps Institute, New York University, and Columbia University.
Big ideas from this session:
• The misuse and misplacement of carbs in the Modern American Diet
• The importance of bringing fats back, the benefits of butter, and why moving toward a no-carb diet can save your brain and body
• The negative effects of the Standard American Diet (SAD)
• Healthy recipes for breakfast and a better life

Distraction-Free Living: The Journey to Becoming Hands Free with Rachel Stafford, the Hands Free Mama
Rachel Macy Stafford is a certified special education teacher with a Master’s Degree in education and 10 years of experience working with parents and children. In December 2010, this life-long writer felt compelled to share her journey to let go of distraction and grasp what really matters by creating the blog “Hands Free Mama.”
Big ideas from this session:
• Why we need to re-evaluate our time, priorities, and choices
• How to balance modern-day technology with distraction-free living
• The healing benefits of presence
• The physiological and biological effects of distracted living
• Strategies for beginning to let go so you can be more present

We Are the Soil with Daphne Miller, MD
Daphne Miller, MD, is a physician, author, and professor of Family Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. For the past decade, her writing and teaching have explored the frontier between biomedicine and the natural world. Her recent book, FARMACOLOGY: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing, is a compelling new vision for sustainable health and healing and a treasure trove of farm-to-body lessons that have immense value in our daily lives.
Big ideas from this session:
• Food and Farm as medicine
• The quality of farming and the effect on the quality of our food
• The importance of healthy soil to create healthy bodies

The Exercise Cure with Andrew Heffernan, CSCS
Andrew Heffernan, CSCS, GCFP is a fitness coach, an award-winning fitness journalist for Men’s Health and Experience Life, and co-author of the books The Exercise Cure, MetPro: Science to Transform, and the forthcoming The New Prime, from HarperWave, on health and wellness for men over fifty. Andrew is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a guild-certified practitioner of The Feldenkrais Method, an effortless system for enhancing physical performance, speeding recovery, and reducing pain.
Big ideas from this session:
• The primary health issues facing men (and everyone) today
• Why testosterone levels matter
• Simple low effort steps to influence testosterone and achieve hormonal balance

Coming Home to Health with Heather White, Executive Director of EWG
Heather White, Executive Director of EWG, is a nationally-recognized expert on federal environmental law and policy and a campaign strategist with more than 15 years experience. White has testified before Congress, briefed top Congressional staff and met with senior White House officials on a wide range of issues, including toxic chemical pollution, water quality, energy policy, food safety and farm bill reform.
Big ideas from this session:
• The top toxins in your home
• Hidden home health hazards
• Better ways to green clean
• Triclosan bans and other legislation

The Hormone Cure with Sara Gottfried, MD
Sara Gottfried, MD, is a Harvard-educated physician, speaker, teacher, yoga teacher, wife, mom of two daughters, and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Hormone Cure: Reclaim Balance, Sleep, Sex Drive, and Vitality with The Gottfried Protocol (Simon and Schuster, 2014). She’s also a board-certified gynecologist who practices functional medicine, co-host of the #1 rated podcast on iTunes, The Health Bridge, and the creator of an awesome online detox program at http://drsarasdetox.com/.
Big ideas from this session:
• Conventional and Functional Medicine: Taking a dual approach to healthy living.
• To take care of your health by getting your hormones in balance
• Why women are less happy now – then they ever have been
• How to find your best life

Being Mindful with James Gimian
James has been a magazine and trade book publishing professional since 1973. He has spearheaded Mindful’s community-building efforts within the mindfulness movement for the past five years, and is currently on the Advisory Board of the Center for Mindfulness at UMass, and the Boards of Directors of the Mind Fitness Training Institute (MFTI) and the Institute for Mindful Leadership. He has taught leadership training programs and mindfulness in North America and Europe since 1978
Big ideas from this session:
• How mindfulness can make you a better performer
• How to handle stress with mindfulness
• To tap into your mindfulness with 3 simple tips

Functional Fitness with Adam Rozmenoski, NASM, CPT, PES, CES, USAW
Adam is a Master Alpha Brand Instructor and National Program Lead for Life Time — The Healthy Way of Life Company. He trains members and trainers technique workshops for Olympic Weightlifting and Functional Fitness. Adam has a degree in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Wisconsin — La Crosse. He has travelled nationwide presenting to trainers the Functional Fitness Brand for the Alpha Program to trainers and members.
Big ideas from this session:
• What is functional training
• How your quality of life affects your ability to lose weight
• What a functional training program looks like

Reclaiming America’s Food System with Patrick Woodall
Patrick Woodall is Research Director and Senior Policy Advocate for Food and Water Watch. Patrick has been a public policy analyst, researcher and advocate on economic justice issues in Washington for more than two decades. He is the coauthor of a book on the World Trade Organization, and has written dozens of reports and articles on public policy. He received a B.A. from Johns Hopkins with concentrations in international relations and economics.
Big ideas from this session:
• How Big Food got so big and what we can do about it
• The problem with Grocery Goliaths
• The organic food paradox
• Deregulation and its impacts on food safety

The Art of Attention and Meditative Practices with Elena Brower
Elena Brower is a New York City–based yoga and meditation teacher, and coauthor of the Art of Attention, a yoga workbook that’s used globally to aid students and teachers in their practice, contemplation, and creativity of yoga. Learn more about Brower, subscribe to her newsletter, and watch for her upcoming meditation courses at ElenaBrower.com.
Big ideas from this session:
• The first step to change: observe your behaviors
• How to get from observing to doing
• To get your mind back to the state of contentment

Blue Zones: Building Local Communities with Global Insights with Tony Buettner
Tony is the Senior Vice President of Business and Product Development for Blue Zones. He is responsible for sales, product development, partner relationships and delivery of overall operations and services. He received his BA in Operations Management from the University of St. Thomas and spent the first thirty years of his career running an adventure travel company and as owner of wholesale company based in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Big ideas from this session:
• The importance of community health
• The secrets of the healthiest societies on the planet

Fostering Mindfulness in Fitness with Neghar Fonooni
Neghar Fonooni, RKC, FMS, NASM, ACE, is a California-based fitness coach and writer. Her methodology is based on “eating mindfully, training intuitively, and living joyfully.” In 2014 she released the e-book Lean and Lovely, a 12-week lifestyle program that includes nutrition advice and progressive kettlebell workouts. Learn more at negharfonooni.com.
Big ideas from this session:
• What is metabolic resistance training?
• How gratitude can unlock your fitness rut
• Why you should start loving your body now!

A Guide to Healthy Pregnancy with Latham Thomas and Heather White
Latham Thomas is a maternity lifestyle maven, women’s wellness and birth coach, on the vanguard of transforming the maternal and women’s wellness movement. A graduate of Columbia University and The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Latham is the founder of Mama Glow a holistic lifestyle hub for women to explore optimal wellbeing. Her practice provides support to pre/postnatal women along their journey to motherhood offering culinary and nutritional services, yoga, and birth coaching services.
Heather White, Executive Director of EWG, is a nationally-recognized expert on federal environmental law and policy and a campaign strategist with more than 15 years experience. White has briefed top Congressional staff and met with senior White House officials on a wide range of issues, including toxic chemical pollution, water quality, energy policy, food safety and farm bill reform.
Big ideas from this session:
• How to tune into your body during pregnancy
• To unpack your cravings — they aren’t always about food!
• To live a toxin-free life and how even simple steps make a difference

Mindfulness Medicine with Jamie Lauren Zimmerman, MD
Jamie Zimmerman, M.D. is a young physician, meditation teacher and journalist who lectures internationally on “meditation medicine.” A meditator since age 16, Jamie has had the privilege of studying with many of today’s leading instructors, teaches in Spanish and English, and offers free guided meditations at http://www.jamiez.tv Her voice has been featured on the ABC.com, MindBodyGreen, and The Huffington Post.
Big ideas from this session:
• Get led through a quick guided meditation
• Learn how to start bringing the healing benefits of meditation into your life

The Real Food Revolution with Congressman Tim Ryan
Since releasing his first book, A Mindful Nation (Hay House, 2012), Representative Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) has become something of a poster boy for the mindfulness movement (check him out on the cover of Mindful magazine!). It’s a growing movement that Ryan would like to see blossom in conflict-steeped Washington, D.C., among other places, and he devotes the majority of his book to profiling individuals and organizations — including schools, healthcare systems and military groups — where the use of meditation and other mindfulness practices have proven positively transformative.
Big ideas from this session:
• How to incorporate the whole food approach with family and travel
• Prevention is essential to health care
• Getting involved with policy is key to a healthy revolution

Your Hosts – The Experience Life Editorial Team
Experience Life’s award-winning editorial team is an eclectic group of smart, creative individuals who each bring unique backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences to the table. We’re excited for you to get to know them throughout the conference!
Senior editor Anjula Razdan focuses on health and nutrition.
Senior editor Maggie Fazeli Fard is passionate about fitness.
Senior editor Courtney Helgoe concentrates on health, wellness, and quality-of-life issues.
Community engagement specialist Heidi Wachter gets excited about practical ways to improve the environment.
Senior editor Jamie Martin is focused largely on all things digital — and finding ways to disconnect.
Managing editor Michael Dregni forays into the world of fitness.
Senior editor Courtney Opdahl tackles goal-setting and personal development.

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