Not Enough of the Wise Traditions Conference

>> Sunday, November 15, 2009

Life returns to the usual schedule now, as we've just returned home from our dash over to the Chicago area to attend the Weston A. Price Wise Traditions 2009 conference. My wife and I attended the Saturday seminars when we realized we had a chance to go. It's not always easy to leap at an opportunity like this, but we made it work, and it was worth it.

We attended the plenary session all day on Saturday, which covered the topics of raw milk, cod liver oil, and fertility foods, as well as general information about what is and is not a healthy food. Having taken some notes on these, I'll review what I learned in the coming days, but let me say for now that the conference was worth attending. It's encouraging to be around people who understand and embrace real food. It is also relieving to be able to eat what foods are offered or available (lunch was amazing) and be confident that there is no hidden trans fat, sugar, or other disease-causing agent.

There is so much more to learn. There is so much more to share. I am thankful and excited to be living in a time like this, where we can finally know what we're eating. While I understand that some of the tweeple I've talked with were also in attendance, and feel that it would have been nice to put real faces to the names, my only real regret from this weekend was that we couldn't attend the entire conference.

Bring on the healing!


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