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Wise Traditions 2005
6th Annual Conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation
Friday November 11 - Saturday November 12
Sunday November 13
Where good food and
good health meet
Your chance to find out about. . .
Latest research on vitamins A, D, and B12, critical nutrients in traditional diets
Holistic cancer therapies
Best nutritional approaches to heart disease
Pros and cons of root canals
Health benefits and safety of raw milk
Natural family planning
Lacto-fermented grains, condiments and beverages
Held at the beautiful Westfields Marriott Hotel,
Chantilly, Virginia, near Dulles Airport
Information-Packed Weekend! This year we have planned multiple tracks on all three days.
Friday: Three concurrent sessions
Seminar on Fertility Awareness by Katie Singer
Classes on lacto-fermentation of beverages, condiments and grains
Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon
Saturday: Joint session features internationally recognized speakers on our favorite vitamins:
Vitamin A: Noel Solomons, PhD, Director, CeSSIAM, Intíl Nutrition Foundation, Inc
Vitamin D: Dr. John Cannell, President, Vitamin D Council
Vitamin B12: Dr. John Dommisse
The day will conclude with four concurrent panel discussions
Nutrition in Schools and Hospitals
Raw Milk Activism
Emotional and Psychological Dimensions of Nutrition
What You Need to Know About the Upcoming Farm Bill and Sustainable Agriculture
Saturday Banquet: Chefs John Umlauf and K. Michael Sullivan collaborate to prepare a delicious dinner based on the principles of nourishing traditional diets. Keynote presentation on the safety and health benefits of raw milk by Mark McAfee of Organic Pastures Dairy in California.
Sunday: Three concurrent sessions:
Cancer: Mary Enig, PhD, Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez and Dr. Tom Cowan on cancer
Heart Disease: Sally Fallon, Dr. Peter Langsjoen and Joel Kaufman, PhD
Holistic Dentistry and Root Canals: Pentti Nupponen, DDS, Raymond Silkman, DDS,
and Michael Goldman, DDS
Monday November 14 Meeting for Chapter Leaders: This year we have added a fourth day for chapter leaders, featuring presentations, discussions and workshops.
Bring Your Whole Family! The first day of the conference is Veterans Day, a school holiday for many. There will be activities for all age groups, including a special young peoplesí package (for ages 13-21) that includes the Friday seminar on traditional diets, welcome reception and dance, museum visit and Saturday evening banquet; golf, spa, museum visits, biking and shopping for spouses; and child care on the main floor close to the activities.
The Westfields Marriott: This is a top class luxury hotel with every amenity, in a wooded setting. Chefs K. Michael Sullivan and John Umlauf are planning delicious meals for the entire conference. The hotel has given us an outstanding room rate of $139 for double, triple and even quadruple occupancy.
CEUs: Continuing Education Credits are available for many healing arts professions. For details, visit www.westonaprice.org/conference/conference2005/ceus.html or call (240) 379-7072.
To reserve your room at the hotel, call (800) 635-5666.
For information on exhibiting, ride share, room share and child care,
visit http://www.westonaprice.org/conference/conference2005 or call (240) 379-7072.