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Our Sixth Annual Conference!

Friday, November 11
Saturday, November 12
Sunday, November 13

Westfields Marriott Hotel, Chantilly VA

Featured Speakers:

  • John Cannell, MD, President, Vitamin D Council, on the role of vitamin D in human nutrition
  • Tom Cowan, MD, author of The Fourfold Path to Healing, on holistic cancer treatment
  • Katherine Czapp and Garrick Ginzburg-Voskov on sourdough bread and noodles
  • John Dommisse, MD, on the role of vitamin B12 in human nutrition
  • Charles Eisenstein, BA, author of The Yoga of Eating, on nutrition and behavior
  • Mary Enig, PhD, author of Know Your Fats, on nutrition for the cancer patient
  • Carol Esche, RN, ND, MA, CMA, on nutrition in schools and hospitals
  • Dina Falconi and John Eisenstein on lacto-fermented beverages
  • Sally Fallon, MA, author of Nourishing Traditions, on traditional diets and the cholesterol myths
  • Thomas Forster, Policy Director, Community Food Security Coalition on nutrition in schools
  • Sandor Katz, author of Wild Fermentations, on lacto-fermented condiments
  • Joel Kaufmann, PhD, on the myths about cholesterol and heart disease
  • Michael Goldman, DDS, on new techniques for root canals
  • Nicholas Gonzalez, MD, on the Kelly approach to Cancer
  • Peter Langsjoen, MD, holistic cardiologist, on CoQ10 for heart disease
  • Mark McAfee, President, Organic Pastures Dairy, on the safety and health benefits of raw milk
  • Pentti J. Nupponen, DDS, on holistic dentistry
  • Bill Sanda, Executive Director of the Weston A. Price Foundation
  • Barbara Sattler, RN, DRPH, author of Environmental Health and Nursing, on nutrition in schools
  • Ron Schmid, ND, author of The Untold Story of Milk, on raw milk activism
  • Raymond Silkman, DDS, on holistic orthodontics
  • Katie Singer, author of The Garden of Fertility , on fertility enhancement
  • Noel Solomons, MD, Director CeSSIAM, Int’l Nutrition Foundation, on vitamin A and children’s health
  • James Turner, Esq., general counsel to the Weston A. Price Foundation, on CODEX: Dietary Supplements,World Hunger, and Health

World-Renowned Experts on Diet and Health Show How Good Food and Good Health Go Together

A Showcase for Delicious Traditional Food

A Unique Opportunity for Health Professionals and Laymen interested in Diet and Health

Who Should Attend Wise Traditions?

Doctors, nurses, nutritionists, dietitians, parents, students, food writers, food providers, farmers, public servants, teachers, patients, activists, agriculture professionals, people interested in nutrition, people with no interest in nutrition, people who love to cook, people who hate to cook, people who like to eat, Baby
Boomers concerned about their health, grandparents concerned about their grandchildren, couples who want healthy babies, people who want answers, people who love controversy. . . and You!

Childcare – Room Share – Ride Share – Exhibiting
Contact PTF Associates (240) 379-7072 or email registrar (at) ptfassociates.com

Friday Evening Welcome

Reception, Buffet, and Dance
Friday, November 11
6:30 p.m. Main Ballroom

Saturday Evening Banquet

Sit-Down Dinner by Chef John Umlauf and Chef K. Michael Sullivan
Saturday, November 12
6:30 – 10:00 p.m. Main Ballroom
including Awards Presentations and Keynote Address by Mark McAfee president, Organic Pastures Dairy: “The Safety and Health Benefits of Raw Milk”

Continuing Education Units

Attendance verification for CEU certification for Chiropractors

Note the following statements from participating organizations to date:

Med Chi: “This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the Joint Sponsorship of MedChi, The Maryland State Medical Society, and The Weston A. Price Foundation.
MedChi is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

MedChi designates this activity for a maximum of 16.25 Category 1 credits toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Each physician should claim only the credit(s) he/she actually spent in the education activity.”

Maryland Nurses Association: “This continuing nursing education activity for 17.7, 18.1 or 20.1 contact hours was approved by The Maryland Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.”

Combine the Conference with a Family Vacation

Activities for All Ages

Special Young People’s Package, ages 13-21, includes Sally Fallon seminar, disco dance, museum visit and banquet dinner. Activities for spouses include museum visits, spa, golf, shopping, walks and mountain biking. Childcare on main floor available all three days of the conference. $5 per day per child, payable at the door. Please contact PTF Associates to reserve space (240) 379-7072 or email registrar (at) ptfassociates.com.

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