Surviving in the Aluminum Age Christopher Exley discusses the serious risks of aluminum exposure
The Cannabis Craze Kimberly Hartke explains why cannabis warrants caution
Fluoride Paul and Ellen Connett review the latest science on fluoride
- President’s Message: Just Say No
- Letters: Letters to the Editor of Wise Traditions
- Caustic Commentary: Sally Fallon Morell takes on the Diet Dictocrats
- Reading Between the Lines Children’s Love Affair With Tablets
- The Wise Traditions Pantry Essential Recipes for the Wise Family
- Homeopathy Journal Joette Calabrese describes the uses of homeopathic Cannabis
- Technology As Servant John Moody on water filter do’s and don’ts
- WAPF Podcast Interview Forrest Maready talks about mystery ailments from vaccinees
- All Thumbs Book Reviews
- Tim’s DVD Reviews
- Legislative Updates Judith McGeary keeps us up to date on
- Vaccination Updates Kendall Nelson corrects the record on measles
- A Campaign for Real Milk:
- Healthy Baby Gallery: More Wise Traditions babies!
by Sally Fallon Morell
The first few months of the year are a busy time for us at the Weston A. Price Foundation. This is when we must deal with proposed legislation, especially vaccine legislation—and this year we are faced with dozens of bills in various states that aim to take away our right to opt out of vaccines for ourselves and our children.
We have a wonderful team watching all the bills, researching their progress and crafting action alerts for us to send. In addition, we keep an eye on any state bills that may affect your ability to obtain raw milk and other farm products. These are services that your membership fees allow us to provide—keeping you up to date on state legislation that may have an impact on your health and wellbeing. See the letters of appreciation on page 3.
This issue provides an important reason to “just say no” to vaccinations: aluminum. The pioneering research of Christopher Exley (page 18) has found that children with autism have abnormally high levels of aluminum in the brain. There is only one way that so much aluminum can get into the brain of a small child—through the numerous vaccinations mandated in the vaccination schedule. On page 68, Forrest Maready explains the mechanism that carries most of that aluminum directly to the brain stem, and why boys are more likely to develop autism than girls.
Children have no one but their parents to protect them from harm, and wise parents make sure to educate themselves about diet, vaccines and other health issues in order to make the right decisions for them. At WAPF, we are proud to provide the accurate information that parents need to ensure their children grow up healthy and strong.
This issue also provides a reason to “say no” to cannabis—which is toxic to the brain and nervous system. Here at WAPF, we promote non-toxic remedies.
The other thing that keeps us busy early in the year is planning our conference—and this year marks the 20th year for Wise Traditions! We are delighted to announce the location is Allen, Texas, just north of Dallas, in a beautiful new hotel whose chef was the sous-chef when we were last in Dallas, and so he understands the Wise Traditions diet thoroughly! We will have a packed schedule for you with great speakers and food, reasonable hotel and registration rates, opportunities for financial aid and interesting exhibitors, all in a lovely hotel that is easy to access.
We will be sharing details on speakers and schedule as they become finalized, but meanwhile, mark your calendars for November 15-17. We look forward to seeing you there!