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The food freakshow:
What will you be eating into the 21st century?

By John Berardi, Ph.D.

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Burgers grown from dinosaur DNA? Tomatoes carrying a tasty basil lemon gene? Red meat with the fatty acid profile of an avocado?

Science is starting to change the way we look at food. And, in the coming years, our food will be very, very different.

Want to know what you’ll be eating? What your kids will be eating? What your grandkids will be eating?

In this awesome multimedia presentation, Brian St.Pierre untangles the mystery.

Recorded live, this fascinating exploration is full of shocking ideas, as well as practical tips you can put to work immediately.

From organic to GMOs, from algae farms to stem cell beef, this is one presentation you won’t want to miss.

Click any of the images below to watch the talks. Or you can listen to the audio by clicking the “Download Audio File” links.

Want to listen to these talks on the go? Click here to download all 3 audio files and listen to these presentations on your phone or mp3 player.

Part 1

Food freakshow: What will you be eating into the 21st century?

Science is starting to change the way we look at food. And, in
the coming years, our food will be very different. Want to know what your kids and grandkids will be eating? Have a look as Brian shares what’ll be on the menu and reminds us that the future of food is already here.

Part 2

Food freakshow: What will you be eating into the 21st century?

From lab-grown burgers to futuristic farms, in Part 2 Brian shares how diminishing resources are driving innovative — and often scary — changes to our food. From organic to GMOs, from algae farms to stem cell beef, this is
one presentation you won’t want to miss.

Part 2

Food freakshow: What will you be eating into the 21st century?

Is any of this even healthy? Should we be excited? Concerned? Frightened? In Part 3, Brian explains why we should care about the future of food. He also outlines some key steps for keeping good nutrition simple — for ourselves and our clients. Be sure to follow through to the end for some great take-home messages.