In the early 1900s a highly respected dentist travelled the world, researching good health. Instead of looking at people afflicted with disease, he chose to focus on those who already had amazing health; seeking to understand how they achieved it, and documenting his findings as thoroughly as possible. This man’s name was Dr. Weston A. Price, most known for his book, “Nutrition and Physical Degeneration”. In it he documents how non-industrialized peoples the world over achieved good health, and also maintained it intergenerationally.
In 1999 The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) was formed in his honour. We are dedicated to restoring nutrient-dense foods to the human diet through education, further research, and activism.
Volunteer Chapter Leaders are based all over the world and in Sydney there are 3 people. A resource list for your particular area of Sydney can be emailed by one of the Sydney chapter leaders if requested, details are on the ‘contact us page’.
Our next event is at Pioneer Theatre, Castle Hill in February 2020: Booking details will be listed here and on facebook once finalised.