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Fundraiser for Documentary Series: In Search of the Perfect Human Diet™

 

Fundraiser for Documentary Series: In Search of the Perfect Human Diet™ | The Paleo Diet

Fundraising continues for The Ancestral Health Society & Foundation’s post-production work on the international documentary series In Search of the Perfect Human Diet™. The four-part series features the world’s leading scientists and advocates in human evolutionary nutrition. For the first time a major television & DVD release will document proof of the Paleo Diet principles.

Donations of $100 or more will get a Special Edition DVD set and Film Credit for their support.

Distribution of this series will create important ongoing financial support for the Ancestral Health Society’s non-profit foundation and educational mission via direct financial contributions from all DVD sales.

The four-part series features the world’s leading scientists and advocates in human evolutionary nutrition, including:

  • Dr. Loren Cordain (author of The Paleo Diet, Colorado State University)
  • Dr. Michael Richards (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany -Department of Human Evolution)
  • Dr. Jay Wortman (Inuit Diet research, Canada)
  • Dr. Steve Phinney (Professor Emeritus of Medicine, UC Davis)
  • Gary Taubes (New York Times science writer and author of Good Calories, Bad Calories)
  • Dr. Michael R. Eades (author of Protein Power)
  • Barry Sears Ph.D. (author of The Zone)
  • Dr. Leslie C. Aiello (President, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, New York)
  • Robb Wolf (Research bio-chemist, author of The Paleolithic Solution)
  • Professor Richard D. Feinman, PhD (Downstate Medical Center (SUNY) in New York)
  • Professor Craig Stanford (Chair, Department of Anthropology, USC)
  • Dr. Lane Sebring (Sebring Clinic, Wimberley, TX)
  • Eric Schlosser (author of Fast Food Nation)
  • And many more…

This fundraiser will enable Hunt Thompson Media, LLC to finish the international documentary series post-production work by Thanksgiving 2010, and release it for the 2010 Christmas and the 2011 New Year’s resolution season. For more information on the documentary series visit www.perfecthumandiet.com.

 
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