Category Archives: Events

New Event: The Keto Kids Club, October 22

I’m pleased to announce a new group and an upcoming event, at which I’ll be speaking. The Keto Kids Club is a support group for families with children who suffer from neurological disorders. The Club aims to help parents find healing diets for their sick children.

The Keto Kids Club is holding their first annual family event on October 22 this year at the St. Barnabas Ambulatory Care Center, 200 S. Orange Avenue, Livingston, New Jersey. The goal of this event is to bring together a community of families to meet, discuss and learn new strategies to implement successful dietary therapies for neurological disorders, such as the ketogenic diet for epilepsy.

The tentative program:

  • 4:00-5:00pm Mingle and introductory remarks by Dr. Rina Goldberg, MD of Saint Barnabas Medical Center
  • 5:00-5:30pm Open Panel with Kids, coordinated by Courtney Schnabel Glick, RD, Coordinator of the Ketogenic Diet Program, NYU Langone Medical Center
  • 5:30pm-7:00pm Speakers:
    • Orrin Devinsky, MD, Director of NYU Langone’s Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
    • Eric Kossof, MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
    • Paul Jaminet, PhD, author of Perfect Health Diet (Scribner, 2012)
  • 7:00-8:00pm Reception

For more information about the event, visit their website,, or Facebook page, It’s a great group of people and a good cause.

Keto Kids Club Invite

Paleo Convention Berlin – Don’t Miss It!

Great news! Europe’s largest Paleo Convention and the first in Germany will be held on July 25 in Neue Heimat, Berlin. Buy tickets here.

It will be an exciting event, modeled on PaleoFX, with separate tracks devoted to science, food, and movement. I’ll be speaking on the role of chronic infections in our health, and how we can optimize our health in a world full of germs, not all of them friendly. For those who are unwell, I’ll give practical tips for how to diagnose and fix what is ailing you.

Other speakers will include the biggest names of the German Paleo and natural health movements. Probably the most familiar to American readers will be Adel Moussa, proprietor of Suppversity.

Dress casually, so you can attend the fitness workshops drawn from Parkour, CrossFit, Freeletics, Natural Movement, and other approaches including Darryl Edwards and his Primal Play approach. There will be food workshops as well, so bring an appetite.

I hope to see you there!

REMINDER: The Ancestral Food Summit is underway, and my talk, and Dr. Lynda Frassetto’s, are free from 5 pm to 9 pm this evening. The summit has an outstanding roster of speakers, so watch for other great speakers today through Monday evening.