The Journal is pleased to bring you this announcement of the first UK conference of The Weston A. Price Foundation slated for March 21, 2010 in London. Philip Ridley the conference organizer sent me this to share with our readers (Philip is also a co-director of the UK Alliance for Raw Milk, the UK-ARM). Maybe you can come or at least help get the word out on it. By the way, Sir Julian Rose is a raw milk and food freedom advocate, wrote up one heck of an op-ed piece in the Toronto Globe and Mail last month.
Announcing the first Weston A Price Foundation Conference in London: Wise Traditions UK.
Learn about nourishing traditions including gut and psychology syndrome, raw dairy, proper preparation of grains, enzyme and probiotic enriched fermented foods, nourishing bone broths, traditional fats, the vital role of high cholesterol foods, dangers of modern soy foods and 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 and the unfortunate consequences of modern farming methods.
Sally Fallon Morell, MA
, president and founder of the Weston A. Price Foundation
, author of the bestselling cookbook Nourishing Traditions
and an internationally acclaimed nutrition educator.The Weston A Price Foundation®
campaigns for wise traditions in food, farming & the healing arts, challenging politically correct nutrition & the diet dictocrats.
Sir Julian Rose, pioneering organic farmer, and renowned countryside and raw milk campaigner. Julian is chairing the event. Julian will discuss campaign issues in Britain and across Europe with Jadwiga Lopata, Poland’s top countryside campaigner. Jadwiga and Julian have campaigned successfully for, amongst other things, GMO-free Poland.
Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, founder of the Cambridge Nutrition Clinic, and author of Gut & Psychology Syndrome (GAPS), her revolutionary nutrition program for mental and digestive wellness and the treatment of depression, autism, ADD, ADHD, and schizophrenia.
Barry Groves, PhD, author of Trick and Treat, the explosive book on why conventional “healthy diets” are ruining people’s lives and making food manufacturers and healthcare providers rich.
Stalls with information & books.
Bar: Raw Jersey cow, goat and buffalo milk, milkshakes and real ale.