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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.

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

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Honoring the Sacred Foods
Sally Fallon Morell, MA
Format: Video and Slides
Traditional peoples valued certain nutrient-dense foods for fertility, prevention of birth defects and optimal growth. Western palates find many of these foods difficult to accept. This lecture will explore the basic sacred foods, their usage and nutrient levels, with an emphasis on preparation techniques that make them acceptable to westerners--even children! The lecture will highlight fish roe, bone marrow, organ meats, insects, animal fats and fish liver oils.

The Healing Power of Broth

Kaayla Daniel, PhD
Format: Audio
Old-fashioned bone broths are rich in calcium and other crucial minerals as well as cartilage, collagen and gelatin. Fascinating studies from the late 19th and early 20th century reveal the clinical use of gelatin for gastrointestinal distress, immune system breakdown, arthritis and skin health as well as the special needs of invalids, pregnant women, and babies and children who are failing to thrive. Recent studies reveal the healing power of proline and glycine, two of the amino acids found abundantly in broth. Proline and glycine shortages are found in many people on low-protein or vegetarian diets, as well as those who digest protein poorly. Both proline and glycine help restore gut health, and glycine aids blood sugar problems, anxiety and stress reduction. Although supplements can be clinically useful, traditional cultures all over the world revere genuine bone broth. Sadly, modern soups confer none of these benefits as the modern food industry relies on MSG, synthetic flavorings and other potentially dangerous additives to impart a meatlike taste.

Broth-Based Soups and Stews
Jessica Prentice
Format: Audio & Slides
Learn the essentials for making mineral-rich broths and delicious broth-based soups and stews. Home-scale, commercial-scale, and community-scale approaches will be covered, including sourcing, techniques, equipment, and basic recipes--as well as photos and first-hand experiences from Three Stone Hearth Community Supported Kitchen in Berkeley.

Meat, Organs, Bones, and Skin: Nutrition for Mental Health
Chris Masterjohn, PhD
Format: Video and Slides
Weston Price documented the ability of nutrient-dense diets to promote not only vibrant physical health, but vibrant mental health as well. Many of the nutrient-dense foods Price emphasized were animal foods, such as organs, bone broths, liver, and cod liver oil. Numerous studies in the modern era have associated vegetarianism with an increased risk of mental disorders, suggesting that animal foods may support mental health. This talk will review the importance of key amino acids and vitamins in supporting mental health, with special attention to the paradoxical roles of dopamine in promoting future- and goal-oriented behavior in some parts of the brain, and to promoting rigidity of thoughts in other parts of the brain. Special attention will also be given to the key nutrients needed to coordinate dopamine signaling to maximize mental health.

Don't Toss the Bones - Bone Broth is Beautiful

Carrie Hahn
Format: Audio & Slides
Broth is a valuable source of important nutrients and should be consumed frequently, if not daily. Used almost universally in traditional cuisines, broth is an essential aspect of good cooking. When properly prepared, bone broths are not only economical, they are delicious and extremely nutritious!

Bone Broth: A Look at the Science
Kaayla Daniel, PhD
Format: Video & Slides
A South American proverb claims "Good broth will resurrect the dead." While that's clearly an exaggeration, chicken soup has enjoyed a reputation as "Jewish penicillin" and bone broths are served to convalescents all over the world. In this presentation, Dr. Kaayla Daniel, vice president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, will review the science that supports consuming bone broth for healthy bones, joints, skin, digestion, immunity and emotional stability. She will discuss 19th and early 20th century studies on gelatin, as well as more recent investigations into the "conditionally essential" amino acids proline, glycine and glutamine and "the essential sugars" N-Acetylglucosamine and N-Acetylgalactosamine. Finally, she will report on Dr. John F. Prudden's clinical trials healing osteoarthritis,rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, psoriasis, Crohn's, wound healing and even cancer with cartilage. In short, much science supports the ancestral wisdom of consuming bone broth.

WAPF Cooking
Annie Dru
Format: Audio
The session will of consist a full meal-preparation demonstration including a soup, starter, main course, fresh vegetable and grain side dishes, followed by dessert. The menu will incorporate the following six principles of ancestral cuisine: vital saturated fat and cholesterol (grease); organ meat & offal (guts); meat on the bone and bone stock (bones); safe to consume raw animal food (grass); properly prepared seed foods (shoots); and lacto-fermented and cultured foods (pickles). During this full-day session, we will explore the power of the ancestral meal to heal mind, body and spirit by means of irresistible and digestible plate composition and presentation. Traditional cooking techniques such as slow braising and basic reduction sauce procedure, utilized by master chefs to elevate everyday meal preparation to an art form, will be demonstrated step by step. Participants will gain the confidence to draw family and friends away from the nonstop noise and competing activities of life, to a table that beckons with promise of the profound satiety our wise ancestors enjoyed 365 days a year.


 





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