Festival for Traditional Nutrition–London, UK


Weston A. Price Foundation Contact Philip Ridley – 01962 620910
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE westonaprice.london@gmail.com


Festival of Traditional Nutrition Conference to Be Held in London, England

The media is abuzz with news about food, but all we hear is that red meat and tasty steaks will be the death of
us. Conflicting advice abounds and vested interests can be hard to decipher. Readers are left exasperated that
yet another nourishing, tasty food has become politically incorrect.

On Saturday, March 26, 2011 at the Kensington & Chelsea Conference & Events Centre in Central London, world
renowned speakers: Kaayla T. Daniel Phd CCN, Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride MD, Dr Malcolm Kendrick MD,
Jerry Brunetti, Barry Groves Phd, Zoë Harcombe MA, and Graham Harvey will share their expertise about
nutrition and health to a conference open to the general public.

You may have listened to the recent Radio 4 “The Food Program” on raw milk, observing the interest in this
issue but left wanting to learn more. The farmer featured, Hook & Son is exhibiting and previewing an exciting
fly on the wall movie about them called “The Moo Man”. Their sales doubled after the radio show,
demonstrating the latent interest in unprocessed real foods. Dr Natasha, who discussed the benefits of raw
milk on the program is one of our speakers and serves on the Honorary Board of the Foundation. In addition,
award winning Laverstoke Park Farm will launch sales of their organic raw buffalo milk at the conference,
and we will have a number of other raw dairy farmers exhibiting alongside numerous other stalls.

Join us to discover the benefits of nourishing foods your readers yearn to enjoy, produced by family farms that
have kept people healthy, generation after generation.

This is your chance to earn about raw milk, why butter is better, myths and truths about cholesterol, the
dangers of soy, benefits of pasture based farming and why five a day and low fat diets may cause and not
treat obesity and diabetes. Explore the holistic treatment of cancer, heart disease and mental disorders using
traditional, nutrient dense foods.

Attendees will learn about natural aphrodisiacs and sacred foods that promote fertility and healthy babies.

The Weston A Price Foundation campaigns for wise traditions in food, farming and the healing arts,
challenging politically correct nutrition and the diet dictocrats.

The Foundation is a nonprofit, tax exempt charity founded in 1999 to disseminate the research of nutrition
pioneer Dr. Weston Price. His research of traditional, isolated people demonstrated that humans achieve
perfect physical form and perfect health generation after generation only when they consume nutrient-dense
whole foods and the vital fat-soluble activators found exclusively in animal fats.

The Foundation supports a number of movements that contribute to restoring nutrient-dense foods to the
human diet including accurate nutrition instruction, organic and biodynamic farming, pasture-feeding of
livestock, community-supported farms, honest and informative labeling, prepared parenting and nurturing
therapies. Specific goals include establishment of universal access to clean, certified raw milk and a ban on
the use of soy formula for infants.


Contact Philip Ridley – 01962 620910 westonaprice.london@gmail.com visit westonaprice.org/london/

Kimberly Hartke is the publicist for the Weston A. Price Foundation. Her public relations company, Hartke Communications specializes in health and wellness clients. To book a nutrition education expert, contact Kimberly via, press@westonaprice.org.

One Response to Festival for Traditional Nutrition–London, UK

  1. Diana Trimble says:

    Governance is not the same thing as GovernMENT

    Dear Phil

    I agree with your positions on food and thus it came as a real disappointment to note what looks like your confusion between the two similiar-sounding terms: Global Government and Global Governance. You incorrectly identified the latter as a well-known danger. In fact we don’t have any and it’s sorely needed. Although “national sovereignty” is all well and good when it comes to local foodstuffs, many of the problems facing humanity today, from climate change to nuclear proliferation, simply CANNOT be addressed by existing nation-centric politics. Some form of binding international agreements and international citizen voting is not only unavoidable it is necessary if we are going to survive as a species. Nation-states are human constructions. Except for islands, all other distinctions of where one land begins and another ends are entirely made up by people, usually after armed conflict has led to the redrawing of borders.

    But these borders simply don’t exist if you are a pesticide molecule or a highly infectious air-borne disease. It is naive to think that we can reverse globalisation, so what must be done is to use it as a force for good. We live on one planet and must learn how to cooperate as a species. But as long as different laws on pollution, for example, exist on a country-by-country basis, ruthless corporations will continue to move their operations to the area of least regulation, in order to maximize profits. Except if they can’t do this legally! And the only way that will happen is if certain laws are made international, so that there is no de-regulated nation-state to turn to. That is the correct picture of global Governance. Perhaps you think every country should be left to make up their own animal welfare standards too? Ask Tracy Worcester of Pig Business how that’s working! No, the government shouldn’t be able to ban raw milk but yes, they should be able to ensure farm animals are treated humanely. If you want to have it both ways then you must realize that global governance is not the problem at all, it is a matter of policies – which are supported, which attacked, by whom and why.

    Please check out the website of the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation for more information, or you can talk to Tracy Worcester, who is a Simpol supporter and who has been interviewed and featured in our newsletter long before she attained the high-profile she now has. And when you have done so, I hope you will agree that you have been using the wrong terminology. Global Government may indeed be a monolithic political form to reject, but Global Governance is necessary, indeed to protect the very natural resources you care about. I am open to dialogue if you wish to respond. All the best.

    Diana Trimble
    Campaign Outreach Coordinator

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