AHS16—Coming to Boulder, August 11-13, 2016!
UPDATE: Complete AHS16 details can be found HERE.
Location: Framed by Boulder Creek and the Flatirons of the Rocky Mountains, The University of Colorado at Boulder provides the perfect setting for an ancestral health gathering. With amazing outdoor opportunities, a vibrant food scene, plenty of cultural interest, and easy airport access from anywhere in the US, AHS16 is bound to be even bolder than ever!
October 15, 2015:
- Symposium registration begins!
- Presentation proposal submissions begin! While nutrition, biochemistry, and physiology will always be core topics at AHS, we’re excited to broaden the field of inquiry wherever evolutionary human studies may take us: genetics, sociology, neuroscience, psychology, anthropology, agriculture, food policy, etc.
Food: Blooming Beets Kitchen is Boulder’s own fully primal, grain-free restaurant! Fresh Thymes, Zeal, and Shine also offer easy to navigate menus. In nearby Denver, Mmm…Coffee serves up Paleo-friendly beverages and treats.
Play: Boulder is an active person’s playground! Trails, boulders, and creeks invite outdoor adventures. Indoor options include CrossFit (CrossFit Sanitas is an easy walk from the University), rock climbing/bouldering, and Parkour.
More information: We’ll be releasing more details as they become available. Please visit our website for information about the Ancestral Health Society’s mission, past symposia, and former presentation topics. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone in Boulder!
Complete AHS16 details can be found HERE.