June Potluck In Review

We had a nice potluck this week. I got there late so I missed the beginning. But there was still plenty of great food.

On my plate is: lamb meatloaf, deviled eggs, pickled cucumber, cole slaw, green salad with strawberries and homemade dressing, two kinds of pate’, fermented veggies, tomato and feta cheese salad and dessert.

After filling up our plates Dr Krautsack gave a presentation on Cholesterol (hint, it’s not the evil substance drug manufacturers would have you believe) and how chiropractic supports nutrition.

We hope you’ll join us for our next event.

June 5: Potluck & Cholesterol Presentation

Potluck & Presentation:

Date & Time:

Monday, June 5th, 2017
7:00 to 8:30 PM

Hosted by:

Dr. Kevin Krautsack, DC and Diane Krautsack


Emerald City Family Chiropractic
45 Division Ave, Suite H
Eugene OR 97404


Dr. Kevin Krautsack will treat us to a talk on common cholesterol myths and how chiropractic supports nutrition.  He will also be available to answer questions on a variety of health topics.

About Dr. Krautsack:

Dr. Krautsack is a childhood cancer survivor passionate about teaching others how the body heals, how to eat right, and exercise properly, and ultimately how to thrive in an increasingly toxic world. Through his sickness and fight back to health he has gained a wealth of information regarding nutrition, the human body, and what it takes to get well. He loves to share this knowledge with the world. He obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Life University and B.S. of Health Science and Exercise Physiology from Kennesaw State University.


Located in the Santa Clara Square beside Subway. You can take River Road north, away from town, and go under the Beltline to the Santa Clara Shopping Center on the right, or east side of the road. If you are on the Beltline, take the River Road Exit and turn north onto River Road.

Host Our Next Potluck!

If you can’t make it to this event, consider hosting our next one!  It is a great way to ensure that the potluck happens on a day you can attend… and you don’t even have to drive anywhere!

Please contact our potluck coordinator, Megan radzillameg@gmail.com to arrange a day and time that works for you.

May 14th: DVD “Cholesterol, Statins and the Brain”

Note Special day and time for this DVD!

Due to some scheduling conflicts at the Market of choice, this DVD will be shown on a Saturday.  Hopefully some of you who normally can’t come to our Friday DVDs will be able to make this special day and time.

Cholesterol, Statins and the Brain
by Stephanie Seneff, PhD
A Presentation from Wise Traditions 2010, 11th Annual Conference

Saturday, May 14th, 2011
DVD begins at 4:30
Discussion time before and after movie – 4:00 to 7:00 PM

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

Cholesterol, Statins and the Brain? In this session, I will develop a theory that Alzheimer’s risk is significantly increased by insufficient supply of cholesterol and fats to the brain. I will first describe all the ways in which cholesterol plays an important role in the proper functioning of neurons. I will then discuss the series of progressive stages of Alzheimer’s, beginning with oxidative damage, followed by mitochondrial dysfunction, defective signal transmission, insulin resistance, amyloid-beta deposits, and ultimately apoptosis and cell death. I will end with a discussion of multiple biological effects of statin therapy that plausibly increase risk to Alzheimer’s.

Stephanie Seneff, PhD received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a minor in Food and Nutrition in 1968 from MIT.  She received her Master’s and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in 1979 and 1985, respectively, also from MIT. Since then, she has been a researcher at MIT, where she is currently a Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and a Principal Investigator in the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Throughout her career, Dr. Seneff has conducted research in diverse areas including human auditory modeling, spoken dialogue systems, natural language processing, human language acquisition, information retrieval and summarization, computational biology, and marine mammal socialization.  She has published over 150 refereed articles on these subjects, and has been invited to give keynote speeches at several international conferences. She has also supervised numerous Master’s and PhD theses at MIT.  She has recently become interested in the effect of drugs and diet on health and nutrition, and she has written several essays on the web articulating her view on these topics. She is the first author of a paper on the metabolic syndrome which will appear in the journal, “Archives of Medical Science,” and on two other papers on nutrition currently under review.

Please RSVP if you think you will be attending. If your plans change, always feel free to just show up.

Donations of $5-10 donation to the Eugene Chapter are suggested and appreciated.
Sliding scale for low-income people is $1-4 or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter.
(No one should miss a showing because of cost. Please join us).

We have had such interesting conversations before and after recent DVDs that we now offer time for discussion.

Dinner and a Movie:
You are welcome to buy food downstairs in Market of Choice or (shh, don’t tell them I told you this) bring something from home to eat in the room.

Purchase your own DVDs from Fleetwood Onsite Conference Recording
Download Conference speaker’s Handouts
View our “Popcorn Review” pages (here and here) for information on past showings.