International Natural Food and Health Conference– November 12, 13 & 14

I attended The Weston A. Price Foundation conference last year for the first time– outstanding in all categories. I am attending this year also–and inviting all of my readers too! Well worth the money and time invested if you are serious about learning more about natural food and health–Augie

Help send me to this International Natural Food and Health Conference. With a donation of $10 you will receive a pdf of a Living Food bulletin and a conference report at my Journal. See sample and donate.

Eleventh International Conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation
Friday, November 12 – Saturday, November 13 – Sunday, November 14
Plus special activities Monday, November 15
Valley Forge Convention Center, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania (near Philadelphia)


A Showcase for Delicious Traditional Food.
A Unique Opportunity for Health Professionals and
Laymen interested in Diet and Health.
WAPF Members Networking, Friendship and Fun

    Gut and Psychology Syndrome
    Holistic Cancer Treatment 
    Traditional Diets
    The Politics of Food
    Pasture-Based Farming
    Weight Loss and Wellness
    Native Diets
    Alternative Theories on Heart Disease
    Environmental Hazards
    Hormone Health
    Holistic Dentistry

Ted Beals, MD, raw milk expert
Janez Bogataj, PhD, author of The Food and Cooking of Slovenia

Kevin Brown, author of The Liberation Diet
Jerry Brunetti, soil and animal health specialist
Joette Calabrese, HMC,CCH, RSHom(NA), expert on homeopathy
Natasha Campbell-McBride MD, author of Gut and Psychology Syndrome
Kari Carlisle, expert
Monica Corrado, holistic nutrition and food educator
Thomas Cowan, MD, author of Fourfold Path to Healing
Andrew Cutler, PhD, PE, author of Amalgam Illness: Diagnosis and Treatment
Kaayla Daniel, PhD, author of The Whole Soy Story
Maureen Diaz, author of Traditional Food Preparation Techniques
Robert Disney, environmental scientist
Sally Fallon Morell, MA, author of Nourishing Traditions
Wayne Feister, DO, holistic practitioner
Anne Fischer Silva, CNT, LE, founder and owner of A New Leaf Nutrition
Cathy Garger, founding Charter member “Chesapeake Safe Energy Coalition”
Nora Gedgaudas, author of Primal Body-Primal Mind
Nicholas Gonzalez, MD, author of The Trophoblast and the Origins of Cancer
Stephan Guyenet, PhD, health blogger at
James Hague, soil and animal health specialist
Kimberly Hartke, WAPF publicist
Magda Havas, PhD, expert on biological effects of environmental contaminants
Shannon Hayes, author of Radical Homemakers
Dean Howell, ND, expert on neuro-cranial restructuring
Anore Jones, author of The Fish We Eat
Kelly the Kitchen Kop, real foods blogger
Janet Lang, DC, thyroid expert
Peter Langsjoen, MD, holistic cardiologist
Felix Liao, DDS, expert on Dental-Systemic Connections
Chris Masterjohn, expert on fat-soluble vitamins
Mark McAfee, owner of Organic Pastures dairy in California
Judith McGeary, Esq, farmer and founder Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance
Jenny McGruther, Nourished Kitchen blogger
Ann Marie Michaels, blogger
Ken Morehead, DOM, holistic practitioner
Rami Nagel, author of Cure Tooth Decay
Jill Nienhiser, WAPF webmaster
Bruce Rind, MD, holistic medical doctor and authority on endocrinology
Joel Salatin, farmer and author of Everything I Want to Do is Illegal
Stephanie Seneff, PhD, authority on the effects of drugs on human health
Jeffrey Smith, bestselling author of Seeds of Deception
Kim Thompson, movement educator
Tim Wightman, president of Farm-to-Consumer Foundation
Will Winter, DVM, expert on sustainable agriculture and pastured livestock
Gary Zimmer, soil specialist

Chapter Leaders Meeting*
Farm Tour with Kathy Kramer*
Porkshop with Brooks Milker*
Movement Workshop with Kim Thompson*
Cooking with Monica Corrado*
Homeopathy Seminar with Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom (NA)*

*Additional fees apply. Space is extremely limited so be sure to secure your space today.
The Wise Traditions Conference is pleased to provide a children’s program for this year’s meeting.  Fees are $100 per child. Children 3 – 12 who are potty trained are welcome to Wise Traditions 2010 as long as they are enrolled in our children’s program. For the sake of other conference attendees, we ask that parents refrain from bringing children to the conference sessions.

New this year: A special room has been set aside for mothers of infants who want to attend the conference. There will be a live audio feed from one of the sessions to that room throughout the day’s events. There will be no child care provided for infants and children under age 3.

As always, the conference will feature delicious traditional foods.  To view the menus, visit (Menus are subject to change without notice.)

We also provide gluten-free, casein-free alternative meals. Participants requiring gluten-free or casein-free meals will be served in a separate buffet with the exception of the Saturday banquet which is GF/CF with sauces served on the side. If you wish to have this option, please select the GF/CF option on your registration form.

TO REGISTER, Visit or call (304) 724-3006.

Connect with other conference attendees using the Room Share/Ride Share Forum:

For information about becoming a sponsor or exhibiting at the conference please visit or, contact Paul Frank at PTF Associates at (304) 724-3006 or via email to Space for sponsors and exhibiting is very limited; early registration is encouraged!

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS for many health professionals attending the full conference.  For further information visit

POSTER PRESENTATION: Submissions of abstracts for poster presentations from health professionals on a broad range of topics relating food and nutrition to health are welcome. Contact for further information.

Eleventh International Conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation
Friday, November 12 – Saturday, November 13 – Sunday, November 14
Plus special activities Monday, November 15
Valley Forge Convention Center, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania (near Philadelphia)

We are pleased to offer CEUs for several professions.  Nurses, Acupuncturist and Registered Dieticians anywhere in the U.S., and Chiropractors for certain states can get credit for attending our conference.

Nutritionists and other professions can request a Certificate of Attendance to submit
for possible credit ($5 fee).

Details are found at:  If you have questions, please contact Kathy at

Interest in this years conference is the highest ever, and space is filling up fast. In fact, we may end up with a sold-out situation.
If you are planning to attend, we urge to pre-register as soon as possible. To register, visit or call (304) 724-3006.

There are still plenty of hotel rooms available, but the special room rate ends October 20, and space may fill up before that date. 

This year you have a choice of hotels. The Valley Forge Convention Center is attached to the Radisson Hotel Valley Forge and the Scanticon Hotel and Conference Center, offering a total of 488 guestrooms. Both hotels have a special conference rate of $105.00 per night plus tax, single to quad occupancy with free parking.

RADISSON HOTEL VALLEY FORGE has many room amenities:
Sleep number beds-(King and Double Beds available)
Modern comfortable dcor
High speed wireless internet access (complimentary)
Large work desk
Iron and iron board
In-room safe
Refrigerator (upon request)
If you are in need of two beds please call the hotel to make reservations

To make reservations at the Radisson Hotel, please call (610) 337-2000 and use Code Weston Price Wise Traditions or register on-line using the following link

SCANTICON HOTEL has many room amenities:
All are rooms and suites (King and Double Beds available)
High speed wireless internet access (complimentary)
Iron and iron board
In-room safe

To make reservations at the Scanticon Hotel please, call (610) 265-1500 and use Code Weston Price Wise Traditions or register on-line using the following link

The Shuttles departs from the Airport Ground Transportation Center every 30 minutes from 6am-midnight. Reservations can be made by calling Tropiano at 215-616-5370.
One Way: $29  Round Trip: $53.00

3 responses to “International Natural Food and Health Conference– November 12, 13 & 14

  1. Hi Augie – I am so disappointed that I won’t be able to make it to the conference this year. Most of these are on the east coast, and I’m in ID, so for me to be able to go I’d have to spend over $1000, and that’s just not going to happen . I will be waiting in anticipation to read all the updates and articles about the conference though, and I hope you have a great time there! 🙂

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