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Friday, September 8 • 2:40pm - 4:10pm
The Human Zoo: Assessing Ancestral Health in a Mismatched World

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The mismatch between 21st century environments and our evolutionary design is not only significant, it is either causes or exacerbates 70% of all diseases. Until now, there has not been a way for an individual to have the degree of both match and mismatch in their lives rapidly assessed. The recently developed VitalityMap Survey has undertaken this task. The VitalityMap holistically evaluates match, mismatch and other ancestral health factors across 6 fundamental human needs. This session will present the evolutionary framework of investigation and swaths of data sets. In particular we will feature results from our work with corporate populations and our Western States Zip-Code Tour, where we brought the VitalityMap Survey into a range of communities with diverse socio-economic, environmental and racial make-ups. Finally, AHS attendees can take the survey prior to the symposium. We will present the AHS collected data for match and mismatch trends within the symposium community.

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Jeffrey Szilagyi

Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Jeffrey Szilagy holds a Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine. With two decades of integrative patient care, Jeffrey has tended not only physical ailments of the body but also the diseases of perception. Having decoded the problematic mindsets within the health movement, he has... Read More →

Friday September 8, 2017 2:40pm - 4:10pm PDT
225 Kane Hall