Wise Traditions London 2010

Wise Traditions London 2010

2010 was the first Weston A. Price Foundation conference in London. Held on a sunny day, Sunday 26th March 2010 at The Camden Centre which. A pleasant historic Town Hall opposite Kings Cross and St Pancras International railway stations.

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09.00: Doors opened

10.00: Sally Fallon-Morell

12.30: Lunch

14.00: Julian Rose and Jadwiga Lapota

14.30: Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride

16.00: Break

16.20: Barry Groves

17.15: Panel discussion

18.00: End of event

19.00: Doors close

 

About Our Speakers
Sally Fallon Morell, MA- President of The Weston A Price Foundation and founder of A Campaign for Real Milk. She is a writer and the owner of NewTrends Publishing.Sally Fallon will discuss traditional diets and the work of Dr Weston A Price: Animal fats, properly prepared whole grains, enzyme-enriched foods and nourishing bone broths kept our ancestors healthy. Sally Fallon Morell, author of Nourishing Traditions, explains why you need these foods too. Beginning with a presentation of Dr. Weston Price’s unforgettable photographs of healthy traditional peoples, Sally explains the underlying factors in a variety of traditional diets that conferred beauty, strength and complete freedom from disease on so-called primitive populations. Then she presents a step-by-step plan to put nourishing traditional foods–foods that your family will actually eat–back into your diet including easy breakfast cereals, soups, snack foods, high enzyme condiments and soft drinks that are actually good for you! 

Learn about: Butter, the number one health food, Vital role of high cholesterol foods, Dangers of modern soy foods and soy infant formula, The conspiracy to promote vegetable oils and hydrogenated fats, Foods that help babies grow up smart and strong, Old fashioned foods that give limitless energy and vibrant health, The unfortunate consequences of modern farming methods.

Sir Julian Rose – Pioneering organic farmer Sir Julian is chairing the event. He successfully campaigned to protect raw milk sales in Britain during 1987 and 1997. He is now president of the International Coalition to Protect the Polish Countryside, co-launching a highly successful Campaign for a GMO-Free Poland, as well as leading a high-profile defense of native farmers, whom he holds up as the true guardians of biodiversity and food quality throughout the world. Sir Julian contributed to Farming Todayduring 2007 with his monthly “Letters from Poland,” passionately highlighting the crisis of forcing corporate globalization into traditional farming communities. He will speak about the challenge of maintain raw milk sales in England and about other contemporary issues.He will also speak alongside his partner, Jadwiga Lopata. Jadwiga is Poland’s leading and award-winning environmental campaigner/ecologist who campaigns for small farms and against GMO foods. She founded the International Coalition to Protect the Polish Countryside in 2000. She will speak about the challenge of maintaining farming traditions under the EU Bureaucracy.
Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, MMedSci (neurology), MMedSci (nutrition) – Natasha’s book Gut and Psychology SyndromeNatural Treatment of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Depression and Schizophrenia explores connections between nutrition, physical health, and mental wellbeing. Natasha is one of the world’s leading experts in treating learning disabilities and mental, digestive, and immune disorders. Her approach recommends traditional nutrient-dense diets and holistic solutions that will benefit anybody who wishes to improve their general mental wellbeing via improved nutrition and lifestyle. See her website at gaps.me.Natasha will discuss Gut and Psychology Syndrome (Gaps):Autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD/ADD), schizophrenia, depression, dyslexia, dyspraxia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder – what do these conditions and many other widespread psychological and psychiatric problems have in common?Clinical practice shows that the majority of patients with these conditions suffer from digestive problems. Has the state of the digestive system in these patients got anything to do with their mental state? In other words has the gut got anything to do with the functioning of the brain?

Dr N Campbell-McBride will be talking about Gut And Psychology Syndrome (GAPS for short), what it is and how to treat it with a sound nutritional protocol based on common sense and dietary traditions, used by people for millennia all over the world. For more on GAPS, visit Natasha’s website: gaps.me.

Barry Groves, PhD – Barry recently published Trick and Treat, a controversial, evidence-based account of how and why the health-care establishment has got the concept of “healthy eating” so wrong. Barry shows us how to take charge of our own health and lives, in contravention of what the healthcare industry would have us believe and do. See his website at second-opinions.co.uk.Barry’s talk is titled “Homo Carnivorous”: Looking at how our diet evolved over 2.5m yrs, including a review of writing from Hindu Vegas to North Saga’s and The Bible, chronicling our love of fats. Barry takes a look at traditional diets around the world noting the consistent use high saturated fat diets. He will compare this with today’s campaign against saturated fat and the coinciding boom of degenerative disease and obesity.

 

Lunch Menu:

Choice of:

– Free range chicken salad with sesame cucumber sauce (contains tahini, mustard & organic cider vinegar)

– Wild salmon with fresh Isle of Wight crab and celeriac salad

– Organic homemade falafel

Buffet:

– Three bean salad

– Lentil salad with roasted vegetables

– Rainbow salad with balsamic vinegar

– Mixed green salad (some home grown)

– Tomato and cucumber salad (garnished with homegrown spring onions)

– Raw British cheeses from Neil’s Yard and homemade oat biscuits

– Cured meats (nitrite free).

– Sourdough Breads and homemade gluten free bread.

– Raw butter

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