I'm sure you're all aware of this conference.
I was thinking of sending it to my family (adult sisters and aging parents) to begin to explain to them why I am eating Paleo. Weight is not an issue for anyone in my family, but they are a health-conscious bunch, of the "eat mostly plants" variety. And I figured since the speakers aren't virulently anti-grain/anti-dairy, it might be a gentle way to start - it's more about incorporating foods like meat and fat, vs. eliminating others. Realistically I don't expect my family to give up grains and beans. I just want them to stop being so meat/fat/salt phobic.
Can anyone raise any concerns/drawbacks with sending this particular video to my family. Are there any messages in there that are NOT good science? I mean, apart from the nutritionist saying eat eggs AND oatmeal for breakfast. Are there any other comparable or better videos out there that present this info in an academic way like this does?
Have they asked for information about your diet? If they aren't interested they aren't going to be swayed. However, if they have expressed interest, this video might be a good choice. As you pointed out, WAPF doesn't eliminate any food groups which is more appealing to those who are interested in a more moderate approach to diet. I do think WAPF-style diet is an very healthy diet and relatively close to paleo.
I have seen Sally Fallon speak and this is not her best. I think the video is a bit slow and boring.
I think Lustig's Sugar the Bitter Truth resonates with more people but it is long! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBnniua6-oM
There are some other videos like 72 year old Art De Vany pulling a suburban truck. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoE2X1_Kd0U
Fathead is pretty funny as a documentary if you can watch together with your family. Basically Tom Naughton eats Paleo at the end although he doesn't call it that! http://www.fathead-movie.com/index.php/about/