“Little Shop of Horrors” – Paleo Talk & Potluck with Dr. Georgia Ede, MD

This is a special featured meetup so mark your calendars!

http://photos4.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/6/7/c/2/event_168206562.jpegDr. Georgia Ede, renowned paleo physician, gave an intriguing and humorous talk titled, “Little Shop of Horrors,” at Ancestral Health Symposium at Harvard recently. Whether you saw her talk or not – don't miss this talk because you will learn much!

This is a unique opportunity to not only learn more about the paleo diet but also a great opportunity to interact and learn from other paleos – and enjoy some awesome paleo foods!

We're hosting this at our home, and since we have limited space we can only hold 35 people.  It's first come, first serve so sign up now.



Blog: http://diagnosisdiet.com/

Dr. Ede first became interested in nutrition five years ago, after discovering a new way of eating that completely reversed a number of perplexing health problems, including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and IBS. This experience led her on a quest to understand why the unorthodox diet that restored her own health is so different from the diet we are taught is healthy.

Dr. Ede grew up in Massachusetts and received her B.A. in Biology from Carleton College in Minnesota. She then spent seven years as a research assistant in the fields of biochemistry, diabetes, and wound healing in the U.S. and in Germany before earning her M.D. from The University of Vermont College of Medicine.

After completing her residency in adult psychiatry at Harvard University’s Cambridge Hospital, she established a large, community-based general adult psychiatry practice on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where she also provided consultation-liaison services to Falmouth Hospital.

In 2007, Dr. Ede returned to Cambridge to accept a position as staff psychiatrist at Harvard University Health Services. In addition to practicing psychopharmacology, she is the first and only physician at the service to offer nutrition consultations to those interested in an alternative to psychiatric medications. From 2008 to 2010 she also served as a staff psychiatrist and nutrition consultant to The Hallowell Center, which has a reputation for excellence in the care of people with attention disorders and related conditions.

In recent years, Dr. Ede has presented a variety of novel lectures about nutrition and health to medical conferences at Harvard and elsewhere around the country. She also maintains a nutrition-based private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

At 48 years old, despite a strong family history of obesity, type II diabetes, high cholesterol, migraine headaches, anxiety disorders and ADHD, she has no health problems and takes no medications. She is the founder of DiagnosisDiet.com, a website dedicated to exploring the connection between food chemistry and health.


Some people have some serious cross-contamination issues with gluten. Labels on food please! Our home is gluten-free and soy-free but NOT casein-free or nut-free. We do not consume peanuts but ingredients in some foods may be produced in the same factory as milk, fish, shellfish and/or peanuts. If you have a life-threatening or dangerous food allergy please notify the organizers, and consider only watching the presentation and avoiding the food.


This meetup will be help at the Mehtas in Back Bay. It's super easy to get to, we live right above the Hynes Convention Center T-Stop (Green line) and near #1, 193, and CT1 Bus (Mass Ave & Newbury). The Back Bay Commuter Line is about a 15 min walk.

We live at 360 Newbury St, Unit 807 (8th floor), Boston MA 02115 (You can GPS it) also I-90, exit Copley will get you there. We live above what used to be the Best Buy/Virgin Records on the corner of Mass Ave with the entrance on Newbury St in a concierge building – call the concierge from the touchpad (our name is on the directory but our phone is not connected to it) and the concierge will let you in. We are also above the Hynes Convention Green line subway.


1) cheapest but hardest to come on Newbury street/curbside parking.

2) Danker and Donahue Parking Garage (Cash only) on 341 Newbury St is the closest parking like 500 ft away. If this is full then got to #3


3) Pilgrim Parking Garage/Hynes Auditorium Garage (I think this might be cash only too – call to confirm)- take a left onto Mass Ave, then left on Boylston, then right on 50 Dalton St. Huge multistory garage. This is one block from where we live about 5 min.  http://www.pilgrimparking.com/boston-parkin

Amit & Dr. Shilpi Bhadra Mehta, O.D.


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