Annual Conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation Nov 2020


(Troy) #1


What to expect:

Life-changing lectures
Cutting-edge, science-based nutrition
Traditionally prepared, nutrient-dense meals
Networking, camaraderie and fun
Fascinating WAPF-approved vendors
Work scholarships, one-day rates, ride-share and room-share
Raw milk fundraiser reception
Continuing education credits for nurses and acupuncturists. Credit for RDs
Monday guided farm visit
Children’s program


Del Bigtee of The HighWire and producer of Vaxxed

Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, PhD, author of Gut and Psychology Syndrome

Monica Corrado, MA, CNC, CGP, author of The Complete Cooking Techniques for the GAPS Diet

Tom Cowan, MD, author of Human Heart, Cosmic Heart

James DeMeo, PhD, founder & director of the Orgone Biophysical Research Lab

Marc DiNola, DDS, biological dentist

Sally Fallon Morell, MA, author of Nourishing Traditions

Janine Farzin, of

Babs Hogan, Med, author of Strong Choices, Strong Families: A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Childhood Obesity

Diana Jabour, BBEC, EMRS, BBNC, building biology environmental consultant

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman of Children’s Health Defense

Chris Knobbe, Md, founder and president of Cure AMD Foundation

Brandon LaGreca, LAc, Cancer and EMF Radiation: How to Protect Yourself from the Silent Carcinogen of Electropollution

Kendall Nelson, director and producer of The Greater Good Movie

Greg Nigh, ND, LAc, naturopathic physician & licensed acupuncturist

Robert Quinn, founder of Kamut International

Beverly Rubik, PhD, president & founder of the Institute for Frontier Science

Theodora Scarato, MSW, executive director of Environmental Health Trust

Stephanie Seneff, PhD, expert on glyphosate

Jeffrey Smith, producer of Genetic Roulette—The Gamble of Our Lives

Timothy Weeks, DC, author of Whole Body Health

Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND, author of Radical Medicine

Will Winter, DVM, expert on pastured livestock

Anke Zimmermann, BSc, FCAH, classical and modern homeopathy

(Troy) #2

This one is for you @SlowBurnMary
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(Peter) #3

All you need to know about this antivax organisation.


“Anti-vax” is actually a slur, created by the pharmaceutical cartel and online sockpuppets, btw - has only further dumbed down various nuances and facts.

This topic has been polarized to the point of silencing relevant, basic informed choice information. Critical discourse about both the profit infrastructure for industrial pediatric medicine, the fact that there aren’t actually one-size-fits-all vaccines for vulnerable children, as well as the downplaying of nutrient density for children is minimized, and it shouldn’t be. Defense of children from highly unregulated pharma profiteering on various fronts is what grown folks should be standing for. Interdisciplinary and fiduciary critique have been largely silenced in corporatized “medicine” and that needs to change.

This is not a place to trash the invaluable work of the Weston A. Price Foundation on ancestral food traditions and health education. Instant dismissal is rather shortsighted, as the core of LCHF is strongly based in paleoanthropology and well-reasoned critique of the food and drug industry.

There are various vaccination options for more humane and intelligent dosing at less profit for “healthcare” providers - options that few parents are ever informed of. Such as single dose vaccines, rather than the horrific combined toxic cocktails. Children now receive 48-72 inoculation doses, often into contracted muscle during fear states - that is intense for the nervous systems and immune system as well as causes tissue scarring.

Likewise silenced is the fact of the noxious preservatives used in all vaccines (aluminum, formaldehyde… and still mercury in exported versions). Personally, I don’t believe in injecting children with industrial chemicals as a sustainable solution. The ‘green vaccine’ movement has made a good point about that. Also, nowhere in the pediatric vaccination selling literature is nutrient density mentioned, but there is a remarkable medical practice profit made on heavy vaccination delivery. I’ve read the BCBS profit schedule arrangement for pediatric practices - it’s central to how corporatized clinics fiscally run now - and the one-size-fits-all approach has done serious damage, which I’ve personally witnessed.

This conference is one of the best out there about nutrient density and traditional food - and I expect the onsite version will be cancelled considering most schools are cancelling onsite fall sessions.

A streamed version, if they have to cancel, would be FAB, all things considered. It has a great focus on reclaiming ancestral health and natural immunity enhancement.


Yes, by all means- choose two lecturers, assume you know the content that they will present (content, not topic) and dismiss the entire organization.


(Peter) #6

Yes, choose one event, and ignore everything else they do, and accept the entire organization.

Your ignorance about them isn’t really a defence.


What? I actually didn’t say anything about the entire organization (accepting or not). I’m just commenting on how dismissive you are based on two names that you saw.

Mostly I find it frightening that the word “antivax” is used to completely shut down any conversation.
If it turns out that some vaccines are overused or dangerous (or, as @SlowBurnMary mentions, just poorly administered) we might regret that we can never actually have a reasonable discussion about them, because anything that’s not party line is shut down with the accusation “antivax.” And then while we’re at it, we dismiss anything else that comes from organizations that even entertain the possibility that maybe we should look at vaccines.
It’s pretty much the opposite of scientific thinking, for which you need genuine curiosity.