The Omega-6 Apocalypse Dr. Chris Knobbe explains the major dangers of industrial seed oils
Why We Need a High-Lysine Diet Joan McGovern Tendler extols the benefits of lysine and the problems with arginine
Eggs in Midday Meal Scheme Dr. Sylvia Karpagam describes opposition in Karnataka, India, over feeding schoolkids eggs
- President’s Message: Eat Real Ancestral Food (see below)
- Letters: Letters to the Editor of Wise Traditions
- Caustic Commentary: Sally Fallon Morell takes on the Diet Dictocrats
- Reading Between the Lines Merinda Teller explains why it’s best to avoid manufactured citric acid
- Homeopathy Journal Lynn Wagner of the National Center for Homeopathy outlines summertime remedies
- WAPF Podcast Interview Dr. Naomi Wolf describes what was revealed in the Pfizer documents about the Covid injections
- All Thumbs Book Reviews
- Tim’s Video Reviews
- Thumbs Down
- Vaccination Updates Kendall Nelson traces the history of vaccine awareness movements all the way back to smallpox
- Soy Alert Studies showing adverse effects of soy, 2015-2023
- Farm & Ranch Should we worry about mRNA in livestock? Tom Cowan answers the question
- A Campaign for Real Milk:
- Healthy Baby Gallery: More Wise Traditions babies!
The articles in this issue remind us how important it is to eat real ancestral food.
In “Omega-6 Apocalypse” (page 14), Dr. Chris Knobbe summarizes the disastrous consequences of industrial seed oil consumption—from obesity to diabetes to heart disease to cancer. By stealth, these cheap oils have taken over the food supply from one end of the globe to the other. They are in all processed foods, and especially in fast foods like French fries, fried chicken and donuts. They are toxic. . . and to make matters worse, the most prevalent oil, soybean oil, is loaded with estrogens. One tablespoon of soybean oil contains the equivalent estrogenic load of at least one birth control pill (page 87).
For those who have decided to improve their diets but don’t know where to start, our advice is: first get your fats right. That means avoiding anything containing industrial seed oils, including margarines, spreads, cooking oils, fast food and all processed food; and using natural traditional fats like butter, lard, tallow, coconut oil and real olive oil.
Merinda Teller provides us with another reason to avoid processed food: manufactured citric acid, the ubiquitous additive that shows up in everything from salad dressings to vitamins (page 44). Not only is citric acid a source of nasty molds in our food, but it also can contain MSG.
WAPF has provided wise advice since its founding and constantly stresses the fact that the most important thing you can do for your health is to eat only real food.
Real food will be the only kind of food served at Wise Traditions 2023, our upcoming annual conference in Kansas City, Missouri, October 19-23. We are delighted to feature Dr. Naomi Wolf as our keynote speaker. Dr. Wolf and team have dissected the Pfizer study documents and found shocking evidence of great harm and lack of effectiveness in the Covid-19 vaccines. She is a powerful speaker and not to be missed.
In addition to many perennial favorites (Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, Dr. Tom Cowan, Leslie Manookian, Beverly Rubik, PhD), we have many interesting new speakers including William Trebing, author of Good-Bye Germ Theory, Alex Zeck, founder of The Way Forward, Jim Stephenson on the dangers of vitamin D supplementation, and Doug and Stacy, off-the-grid specialists.
As always, we will offer a children’s program, work scholarships, many interesting exhibitors, a Monday farm tour, and CEUs for nurses and acupuncturists. We look forward to seeing you at another wonderful conference!🖨️ Print post