You Are What You Eat
A Panel Discussion
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
8:00 PM–9:30 PM Free
Have the low-fat dietary regimens of the past sixty years amounted to, shall we say, a hill of beans? In Nina Teicholz’s The Big Fat Surprise she upends received opinion about the fat in our diets and contends that saturated fat might actually hold the key to reversing the epidemics of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. She is joined by Dr. Frank Lipman, the internationally recognized expert in the field of integrative medicine, and award-winning Chef Seamus Mullen, restaurateur of Tertulia and El Colmado, and author of Hero Food.
About the Speakers
Dr. Frank Lipman is an internationally recognized expert in the field of integrative medicine. He is the founder and director of the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City, where for over twenty years his personal brand of healing has helped thousands of people reclaim their vitality and recover their zest for life. In 2010 he developed Be Well by Dr. Frank Lipman, a line of leading-edge supplements and health programs. He is the author of Revive: Stop Feeling Spent and Start Living Again and Total Renewal: 7 Key Steps to Resilience, Vitality and Long-Term Health.
Nina Teicholz is a science journalist andhas written for Gourmet magazine, The New Yorker, The Economist, The New York Times,and The Washington Post. She also covered Latin America for National Public Radio. She lives in New York with her husband and two sons.
Seamus Mullen is an award-winning New York chef, restaurateur and cookbook author known for his inventive yet approachable modern Spanish cuisine. In August 2011, Seamus opened his first solo restaurant Tertulia in Manhattan’s West Village, which was awarded two stars from The New York Times, three stars from New York Magazine and a finalist for one of the industry’s highest honors, the James Beard Foundation Award for Best New Restaurant.Most recently, Seamus opened El Colmado, a tapas and wine bar at Gotham West Market, a new food hall in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen. Seamus first rose to national prominence in 2006 with the opening of Boqueria, a highly successful tapas restaurant one block north of the Rubin, and again in 2009, as one of three finalists on the popular Food Network series “The Next Iron Chef.” He has been a contributing columnist to Everyday with Rachael Ray, and was a regularly featured judge on the James Beard Award-winning Food Network series “Chopped.” In 2012, Seamus released his first cookbook Hero Food: How Cooking with Delicious Things Can Make Us Feel Better. He currently contributes to SURFACE Magazine and Panna, an iPad video cooking app.