Wise Traditions, Wellness and Weston A Price.

Wednesday  4 September  2019  6:00 PM    Wednesday  4 September  2019 9:00 PM
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Wise Traditions, Wellness and Weston A Price. 

A ground-breaking seminar on health and wellness for the public and also for practitioners. It will be especially relevant to parents or potential parents who want to bear and raise robust, bright, healthy children. It will be a fundraiser for HOPE FOR HEALTH - an indigenous project in Arnhem Land which is closing the gap! Visit their website www.hopeforhealth.com.au

In the 1930s, Dr Weston A Price embarked on extraordinary anthropological expeditions to remote corners of the globe and uncovered the link between modern eating habits and the incidence of chronic degenerative illness. Dr Price and his wife’s pioneering studies from 10 years living in traditional communities worldwide in 1930’s is still highly regarded today!. Our speakers are both well versed in his extraordinary work. and show how it can impact our health today..

Speakers:

Hilda Gore - Holistic Hilda - US health coach and Wise Traditions podcast host and  producer. Hilda is a mother of 4 children, savvy presenter, integrative nutrition health coach, fitness professional - certified by the American Council on Exercise and  host and producer of Weston A Price Foundations's podcast Wise Traditions. She brings her vast knowledge and ambitions as she "Retraces the footsteps of Dr. Weston A Price”. 

 Dr Ron Ehrlich, holistic dentist, wellness educator, advocate for regenerative farming and author of  "A Life Less Stressed". Ron hosts the fascinating podcast "Unstress with Dr Ron Ehrlich" where he interviews a variety of guests - pulling together his interests in oral and general health and Regenerative Agriculture. He is the current president of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM

The seminar Includes:

* Why health messages in general are so confusing

* The critical role of nutrition in oral and systemic health 

* How the food choices of our ancestors conferred robust physical and mental health for generations

* How vested interests shape todays food choices and the consequences for our health

* Which foods are healthy and which to avoid.

REGISTRATION 5.45pm for 6.15 start

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Wesley Conference Centre
220 Pitt Street, Sydney, 2000, NSW, Australia
Wesley Conference Centre
220 Pitt Street, Sydney, 2000, NSW, Australia
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