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Presentations recorded at Wise Traditions Annual Conferences. Includes audio, slides, and videos on a USB flash drive - play MP4 video files on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

Includes the presentations live audio synchronized with PowerPoint slides recorded at Wise Traditions Annual Conferences! Some sessions also include video of the presenter.

Watch and listen to the leading experts in the Weston A. Price philosophy of achieving optimal heal through proper nutrition.


The 20th Century Attack on Wholesome Foods and the 21st Century Food Revolution
Chris Masterjohn, PhD Format: Audio & Slides

  • Learn how the post-World War II fascination with antibiotics undermined interest in the anti-infective power of the fat-soluble vitamins.
  • Discover how “the Green Revolution” undermined the nutrient density of common foods.
  • Understand how the diet-heart hypothesis purged foods rich in fat-soluble vitamins from the menus of ordinary Americans under the guise of preventing heart disease.
  • Learn to defend nourishing foods against these attacks with modern science.
  • Strengthen grassroots community initiatives to protect the 21st century rediscovery of nourishing, nutrient-dense foods from being undermined by government regulatory agencies.

The Fat-Soluble Trio and Their Synergistic Partners
Chris Masterjohn, PhD Format: Audio & Slides

  • Learn about vitamins A, D, and K: how they cooperate on a molecular level to support growth, strong bones and teeth, and protect against heart disease and cancer.
  • Learn how other nutrients and metabolic factors, such as zinc, magnesium, fat, carbohydrate, thyroid hormone, and carbon dioxide support the functions of the fat-soluble trio.
  • Dissect modern myths that demonize vitamin A or present vitamin D as a lone, cure-all panacea.
  • Learn why these nutrients are best obtained from foods.
  • Grapple with the promises and problems of modern methods to test your nutrient status.

“CASPERS” – A Hidden Epidemic
Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND Format: Audio & Slides
An inconvenient truth in conventional microbiology is pleomorphism, that is, the ability of microbes to change their shape and size in order to survive. Bacteria typically lose their cell walls. These resulting cell wall defective (CWD) resistant bacteria are primarily induced through the overuse and misuse of antibiotic medications.Pathogenic CWD bacteria can reside indefinitely in our bodies and cause chronic and relapsing disease. The acronym CASPERS – “chronic autoimmune stealth pathogens evolved from resistant bacteria syndrome” – was coined to serve as a more comprehensive term to describe the devastating physical and psychological effects caused by these mutated microbes.CASPERS is truly epidemic and just as “hidden” and misdiagnosed by conventional doctors and dentists as mercury amalgam poisoning. Further, this chameleon-like syndrome has innumerable symptoms covering a wide spectrum of conditions from arthritis to anxiety, from constipation to cancer, and from multiple sclerosis to Lyme’s disease. However, effective natural therapies and a nutrient-dense diet can help clear these tenacious “stealth pathogens” from our bodies, and return our immune systems to a functional level that ensures the optimal health that is indeed our birthright.

Making Sense out of Fiber Nonsense

Konstantin Monastyrsky Format: Audio & Slides
Most Americans believe that dietary fiber prevents colon and breast cancer, lowers cholesterol, reduces the risk of heart disease, regulates blood sugar, wards off diabetes, curbs the appetite, induces weight loss, cleanses the colon, arrests diarrhea and unplugs constipation. Tragically, none of this is true! In fact, fiber-rich foods and fiber supplements are either the primary cause of most of these conditions, or major contributors. Learn the true facts about fiber-related digestive disorders and how to reverse them.

Vegetarian Myths

Lierre Keith Format: Video & Slides
We’ve been told that a vegetarian diet can feed the hungry, honor the animals, and save the planet. Lierre Keith believed in that plant-based diet and spent twenty years as a vegan. But she argues that we’ve been led astray–not by our longings for a just and sustainable world, but by our ignorance.

The truth is that agriculture is a relentless assault against the planet, and more of the same won’t save us. In service to annual grains, humans have devastated prairies and forests, driven countless species to extinction, altered the climate, and destroyed the topsoil–the basis of life itself. Keith argues that if we are to save this planet, our food must be an act of profound and abiding repair: it must come from inside living communities, not imposed across them.

The Art of Eating Without Harm

Konstantin Monastyrsky Format: Audio & Slides
Optimal food selection is critical to health and longevity, but is not enough to assure it. Good health remains elusive for many people on presumably good diets regardless of their compliance and best intentions. Making sure that good foods don’t cause you harm is just as important as protecting yourself from bad ones.

Treating SIBO with Traditional Foods

Allison Siebecker, ND, MSOM, Lac Format: Video & Slides
Interest in small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) has been increasing ever since it was identified as an underlying cause of IBS- the most common gastrointestinal disorder in the U.S. SIBO can cause symptoms of bloating, abdominal pain, constipation and/or diarrhea and food reactions. Diets such as the specific carbohydrate diet, GAPS diet and the low fodmap diet can offer remarkable benefits. Discussion will include leaky gut, bone broth, fructose and lactose intolerance, sources of lactose-free dairy, the role of fiber in SIBO, the controversial topic of how one of the “displacing foods of modern commerce” can actually lessen SIBO symptoms and when to augment diet with other SIBO treatments.

Methylation Nutrients: Balancing the Diet, Targeting the Needs of the Individual

Chris Masterjohn, PhD Format: Video & Slides
Methylation is the process of adding single carbon units to cellular molecules in order to synthesize molecules or regulate them. It is a ubiquitous process that plays a diverse array of roles in physical, emotional, and mental health. Optimizing methylation is not only about getting enough of certain nutrients or getting them in the right forms, but is also about getting them in the right balance and in a way that is right for the genetics and health status of each individual. “Health status” includes one of the most commonly neglected aspects of the methylation process, the need to maintain a high metabolic rate. This talk explores the practical aspects of achieving this balance and correctly targeting the needs of the individual.

Preventing Malnutrition in the Elderly: How the Dietary Guidelines Lead to Deficiencies of Vitamins A, B6, B12 and Other Key Nutrients

Pam Schoenfeld, RD Format: Audio & Slides
Pam will be discussing how the health and quality of life of seniors is being harmed by the very dietary guidelines that are purported to reduce chronic disease. Due to the continued emphasis on a “plant-based” diet and vegetable-source oils, and compounded by ongoing recommendations to limit saturated fat and cholesterol, the USDA’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans put vulnerable populations at real risk for malnutrition. Although seniors may have grown up on traditional foods, unfortunately it appears the majority now believe that many of the most nourishing foods, including liver, whole eggs, and cheese, are harmful to their health. In addition, senior care facilities adhere to the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines, either due to federal regulation or to accepted best practice. While life expectancy remains relatively stable in the U.S., the quality of life in what are supposed to be the “golden years” does not compare to that of populations following traditional diets as observed by Dr. Weston A. Price. Pam will discuss why this is and how a few relatively simple changes can dramatically improve nutritional intakes for seniors and in turn, their overall health and longevity.

Maximizing Virility, Fertility, Performance, and Youthfulness: The Testosterone-Boosting Power of a Well Balanced and Nutrient-Dense Diet
Chris Masterjohn, PhD Format: Audio & Slides
Testosterone plays an essential role in men’s health, contributing to virility, fertility, optimal performance in many areas including work, creativity, sex, and athleticism, and maintaining a youthful spirit. The keys to maintaining optimal testosterone function at all ages include maintaining adequate but not excessive stores of body fat, consuming adequate calories and carbohydrate, and consuming well balanced diets rich in the full spectrum of nutrients, especially fat-soluble vitamins. This presentation will review evidence relating these factors to testosterone function and empower the participant with practical diet and lifestyle approaches to optimize the power of this critical hormone.


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