Speaking and Events

Dr. Ede speaks internationally on a wide variety of nutrition science topics, including ketogenic diets for psychiatric disorders, Alzheimer’s prevention, nutrition policy, and the nutritional differences between plant and animal foods. Engaging graphics, clear explanations and humor make her presentations accessible to audiences of all kinds.

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Dr. Georgia Ede speaking at Low Carb Denver 2019

“I love speaking at all kinds of events to all kinds of people. My goal is not to impress or overwhelm people with lots of technical information—my job as a speaker is to engage, educate and empower every single person in the room.”

—Georgia Ede MD

Upcoming Events

Integrative Medicine for Mental Health Conference, livestream, August 20-23, 2002. My keynote presentation will be "Our Descent into Madness: Modern Diets and the Global Mental Health Crisis." This online conference is specifically for mental health and nutrition professionals.


Past Events

LowCarb Denver, Denver, Colorado, March 15, 2020. “Nutritional Psychiatry in the Real World”

Crossfit Health, Santa Cruz, California, February 2, 2020. "Are Vegan Diets Really Game Changers"

Crossfit Health, Santa Cruz, California, December 15, 2019. "Brainwashed: The Mainstreaming of Nutrition Mythology"

KetoLive Conference, Bergün, Switzerland, June 14, 2019. “Understanding Food: Nutritional Psychiatry Offers New Treatment Options for Mental Health Disorders” and “There Is Hope: Rethinking Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Neurological Conditions.” Videos are available to rent through the KetoLive website.

Indonesia International Low Carb Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia, April 6-7, 2019. “Low-Carb vs. Standard Guidelines: Science and Common Sense” and “How Low-Carb Diets Improve Mental Health”

Boulder Carnivore Conference, Boulder, Colorado, March 7, 2019. “The Brain Needs Meat: Mental Health Benefits of the Carnivore Diet"

Low Carb Denver, Denver, Colorado, March 8, 2019. “EAT-Lancet’s Plant-Based Diet: Food in the (Mis)Anthropcene”

Metabolic Health Summit, Long Beach, California, February 1, 2019. “Understanding Brain Food: Nutritional Psychiatry Offers New Treatment Options for Mental Health Disorders.” All Metabolic Health Summit presentations from 2019 and 2020 are available through their website.

i3 Lecture Series: Ideas that Transform and Inspire, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, October 9, 2018. “Preventing Alzheimer’s Is Easier than You Think”

LowCarbUSA San Diego, San Diego, California, July 28, 2018. “Brain Drain: The Perils of Processed Foods and Plant-Based Diets”

Yale University Working Women’s Network, New Haven, Connecticut, May 31, 2018. “Brain Food: Surprising Nutrition Secrets for Successful Women”

Greenfield Public Library, Greenfield, Massachusetts, April 18, 2018. “Beyond Medication: How to Improve Mood, Attention and Memory Through Diet”

Low Carb Breckenridge, Breckenridge, Colorado, March 2, 2018. “Our Descent Into Madness: Modern Diets and the Global Mental Health Crisis”

LowCarbUSA West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Florida. January 20, 2018. “Plants vs. Animals: Bring It On!”

LowCarbUSA Winchester, Winchester, Virginia, October 21, 2017. “Plants vs. Animals: Bring It On!”

LowCarbUSA San Diego, San Diego, California, August 4, 2017. “Preventing Alzheimer’s Is Easier Than You Think”

Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, February 23, 2017. “Beyond Medication: Using Food to Improve Mood, Sleep, Concentration, Energy and Stress”

Greenfield Public Library, Greenfield, Massachusetts, May 3, 2017. “Beyond Medication: How to Improve Mood, Attention and Memory Through Diet”

Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts, February 2, 2017. “Beyond Medication: Evidence-based Nutrition Recommendations for Improving Mental Health and Performance in College Students”

LowCarbUSA Keto Getaway, West Palm Beach, Florida, January 22, 2017. “Preventing Alzheimer’s Is Easier Than You Think”

Physicians for Ancestral Health annual retreat, Miami, Florida, January 20, 2017. “WHO Says Meat Causes Cancer?”

Northeast College Health Association (NECHA), Newport, Rhode Island, November 3, 2016. “Beyond Medication: Evidence-Based Nutrition Recommendations for Improving Mental Health and Performance in College Students”

Ancestral Health Symposium, Boulder Colorado, August 13, 2016. “Histamine Intolerance: Why Freshness Matters”

Connecticut Southwest Regional Mental Health Board, Norwalk, Connecticut, May 26, 2016. “Brain Food: A Nutritional Approach to Mental Health” (3-hour workshop for clinicians)

Connecticut Southwest Regional Mental Health Board, Norwalk City Hall. May 26, 2016. Norwalk CT. “Brain Food: How What You Eat Affects Your Mental Health” (2-hour community education session for the public)

Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts. April 5, 2016, “Hormonal Harmony: Restoring Chemical Balance through Diet”

Physicians for Ancestral Health, Scottsdale, Arizona, January 22-23, 2016, “Mood and Memory: How Sugar Affects the Brain” and “Histamine Intolerance: Why Freshness Matters” Watch this presentation

Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, April 4, 2015. “Brain Food: How To Improve Your Mood, Memory and Concentration without Medications”

American Psychiatric Association, New York, New York, May 5, 2014. “Starvation, Ketosis, Sugar, and Gluten: Macronutrients and Mental Health”

Northeast College Counseling Center Directors’ Conference, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, March 10, 2014. “The Potential Role of Diet in the Rise of Mental Health Problems among College Students”

Smith College/Active Minds Series, Northampton, Massachusetts, December 4, 2013. “The Impact of Nutrition on Mental Health”

Ancestral Health Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia, August 16, 2013. “Brain Food: The Vital Connection between Diet and Mental Health”

Ancestral Health Symposium, Cambridge, Massachusetts, August 10, 2012. “Little Shop of Horrors? The Risks and Benefits of Eating Vegetables”