January 2016 DVD

Traditional Foods for Preventing Tooth Decay and Gum Disease

Recorded at the 2014 Wise Traditions Conference

Presenter: Ramiel Nagel

Friday, January 22nd, 2016

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

DVD description: 

Learn how dentists Weston Price, Harold Hawkins and Melvin Page reduced their patients? cavity rates by 90 percent, and uncover how they reduced and eliminated gum disease in a large percentage of their clients. This presentation will cover why people get tooth decay and gum disease from a nutritional perspective, the most recent and innovative nutritional protocols for preventing and stopping tooth decay and gum disease, and case studies and a deeper understanding of the self-healing process.

 Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter in other ways).

Want to see the DVD, but can’t attend? 

Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording:  24489 – Traditional Foods for Preventing Tooth Decay and Gum Disease  $18.00

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

December 2015 DVD – Walk the Talk! Primal Gait for Healthy Living

Walk the Talk! Primal Gait for Healthy Living

by Esther Gokhale, LAc

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Tuesday, December 29th, 2015

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

DVD description: This talk explores the natural locomotion of our species – the fundamental activity of walking – how it has been adversely altered by modern design and our built environment, and how it may be restored.

In modern industrial societies, families have become geographically dispersed. This has resulted in an absence of cultural support and patterning. The kinesthetic patterns of walking need physical proximity and repeated visual cueing to be acquired. When the ancestral line is broken, the disconnected generation is more likely to be (literally) shaped by the twentieth century developments of mass media culture and mass-produced consumer goods.  After World War I, fashions in clothing and furniture converged to bring about a cultural evolution in the human figure. Traditional standing posture, tall but relaxed, was redefined as stiff and passé, and in the name of comfort and ease the fashions of the day promoted a collapsed spine which resulted in rounded shoulders and a tucked pelvis.

Such modern “adaptations” of a balanced, erect posture throw our structure out of alignment and have a detrimental effect on our movement. People unable to sit or stand well are unlikely to be comfortable walking for any distance and in fact are likely to suffer damage to discs, cartilage, bone and soft tissue. Today 85-90% of the population report back pain. Fortunately, the ancient body-wisdom is still found in non-industrial societies, who report an astoundingly low incidence of back and joint pain (5-7%).

This ancestral heritage has formed the blueprint for a highly successful program of postural reeducation developed by the Gokhale Method Institute. In walking, for example, students are taught how to engage the muscles of their feet effectively, despite the tendency of shoes and flat, man-made surfaces to work against this necessary function. They also learn to engage and synchronize buttock muscle action correctly as they walk, so that walking becomes a series of smooth forward propulsions, rather than scuffs or jarring falls.

Our ancestors would not have hunted so successfully or gathered what they needed for survival using the average modern gait. The Gokhale Method gives us the opportunity to regain our structural health and reconnect with our birthright.

 Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter in other ways).

Want to see the DVD, but can’t attend? 

Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording:  220xx – Title  $18.00

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

November 27: DVD – Health Sovereignty & G. I. Recovery

Health Sovereignty & G. I. Recovery  – The Power (and freedom) to Heal is Yours!

by Robert Scott Bell, D.A. Hom.

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Friday, November 27rd, 2015

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

DVD description: How can we restore digestive (gut) integrity  and immunity to those who are damaged by processed foods and modern medicine? Robert Scott Bell will reveal protocols he has used clinically, based on properties revealed in the scientific literature on inflammation reduction, immune modulation and tissue regeneration. Novel, new ways to use whole foods (including bone broths), homeopathy and trace minerals (including silver hydrosol) will be shared. 

Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter in other ways).

Want to see the DVD, but can’t attend? 

Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording:  220xx – Title  $18.00

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

October 23 : DVD – Foraging & Feasting: Culinary Treasures in Wild Foods

Foraging & Feasting: Culinary Treasures in Wild Foods

by Dina Falconi

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

Explore the culinary treasures hidden in wild foods. Learn to identify, harvest, and prepare these ancient foods so you can easily incorporate them into your daily meals. Dina will present slides of botanically accurate illustrations and share delicious, enlightening recipes, while noting how native people used these same plants.

Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter in other ways).

Want to see the DVD, but can’t attend? 

Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording:  22076 – Foraging & Feasting: Explore the Culinary Treasures Hidden in Wild Foods  $18.00

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

September 25 : DVD – Iodine Deficiency in the 21st Century

Iodine Deficiency in the 21st Century

by David Brownstein, MD

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Friday, September 25th, 2015

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

This lecture will discuss the scope of iodine deficiency as it relates not only to thyroid illness but to common cancers such as cancer of the breast and the thyroid.  Iodine helps cancer cells to return to normal.  Iodine deficiency may be the underlying cause of the cancer epidemic currently affecting our country.

Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter in other ways).

Want to see the DVD, but can’t attend? 

Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording: 22069 – Iodine Deficiency in the 21st Century  $18.00

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

August 28: DVD – When you have the cow, you have it all

When you have  the cow, you have it all

by Joann Grohman

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Friday, August 28th, 2015

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

I will show how we can and should position the cow in current American life. She has no adequate substitute. Your cow is a self-renewing source of superior food. I will demolish the currently fashionable notion that cows produce more CO2 than automobiles and pour methane into the atmosphere. We will discuss the unexpected conflation of vegan philosophy with agribusiness monoculture. I will explore the role of raw milk and colostrum in the prevention or relief of many conditions including skin disorders, obesity, C. difficile, arthritis, and the common cold.

I will describe current research on A2 milk, and the importance of raw milk for all mammalian babies. With raw milk from a pastured cow available there is no need to destroy Asian forests for coconut oil or to buy high-priced imported berries for vitamin C. Raw milk has it all. I will counter the specious arguments against milk often employed to dismiss the importance of milk in the diet. A cow is less trouble than a goat and requires less land than you may think.  We will explore the pros and cons of family cows vs. goats and other dairy animals and the practical considerations involved.

Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter in other ways).

Want to see the DVD, but can’t attend? 

Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording: 22067 – When You Have the Cow You Have it All    $18.00

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

July 24: DVD – Empowering detoxification

Empowering Detoxification

by Kaayla Daniel, PhD

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Friday, July 24th, 2015

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

Sick and tired of being sick and tired? Millions of Americans are suffering adverse health effects from low-level, chronic exposure to aluminum, mercury, cadmium, lead and other toxic metals. Toxic levels of the needed minerals copper, manganese and iron are also causing problems. Add in exposure to plastics, pesticides, formaldehyde, pharmaceutical drugs and it’s no wonder ill health is epidemic. Dose, duration, manner of exposure, biochemical individuality, genetic propensity, diet quality and stress levels combine to determine the degree of ill effect. Sadly, no one living on Planet Earth is immune. This lecture will cover prevention and healing through diet and lifestyle choices, safe do-it yourself detoxification procedures and the advisability of laboratory assessment and customized detoxification protocols for men, women and children.

Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter in other ways).

Want to see the DVD, but can’t attend? 

Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording: 22075 – Empowering detoxification    $18.00

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

August 22: DVD – Continuous Kombucha

The Beauty of Traditional Brew: Continuous Kombucha

by John Moody

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

Filmed as a live demonstration of how to brew kombucha from start to finish, including flavoring and other facets of fermentation. John has been brewing kombucha for big and small events for over half a decade and loves seeing others catch the fermenting bug.

John Moody lives on a small farm in Kentucky, where he tries to keep track of a flock of chickens, a large garden, four wonderful kids, a beautiful wife, and the needs of the members and farmers of the Whole Life Buying Club which he serves in the role of administrator. John is the author of The Food Club and Co-op Handbook.

John Moody has written many articles and book reviews which have appeared in the Wise Traditions journal. Including:

 

Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter in other ways).

Want to see the DVD, but can’t attend? 

Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording: 22048 – The Beauty of Traditional Brew: Continuous Kombucha    $18.00

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

July 25: DVD – Transitioning Your Family to Nutrient-Dense Foods

Transitioning Your Family to Nutrient-Dense Foods Quickly and Practically in a Manner that Won’t Break the Budget

by Sarah Pope, MGA

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Friday, July 25th, 2014

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

The title says it all! Sarah Popes’ 2013 Wise Traditions conference presentation of “Transitioning Your Family to Nutrient-Dense Foods Quickly and Practically in a Manner that Won’t Break the Budget” draws on her 12 years of experience as a Weston Price Chapter leader.  In it she lays out  4  simple step’s to transition a busy family into a nutrient dense diet  that brings quick results, and doesn’t break the budget.  These steps require minimal time and change by a possibly skeptical family, and can ultimately bring more peace into the home.  Don’t miss this presentation.

Transitioning a family to nutrient dense traditional foods may seem overwhelming at first, but it can actually be very simple and budget friendly if the right approach is used with the most important Traditional Foods prioritized appropriately. Sarah shares a simple, three step plan that she has used for over 10 years in her local community as a Nutrition Educator for quickly transitioning the entire household (even picky eaters) to the most important nutrient dense foods with no complaining! She also identifies which whole food strategies to avoid and which foods are critically important to get right first to avoid the discouragement trap.

Sarah Pope, MGA is an Honors graduate in economics from Furman University. She also holds a Masters Degree in public financial management from the University of Pennsylvania. Sarah worked for over ten years in the field of information technology designing financial systems for corporate and government clients. Sarah and her husband Richard are currently raising three young children. She has been the Weston A. Price chapter leader for Tampa/St. Pete, FL since 2002. In addition to her chapter leader duties, Sarah writes The Healthy Home Economist blog.

Sarah Pope’s blog: The Healthy Home Economist

Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter).

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.

Can’t attend?  Purchase your own copy from Fleetwood Onsite Recording: 22088 – Format: Slides & Audio

June 27: DVD – Recovery from Bipolar Disorder, Epilepsy and Type I Diabetes

“Recovery from Bipolar Disorder, Epilepsy and Type I Diabetes”

by Kim Schuette, CN, Certified GAPS™ Practitioner

Recorded at the 2013 Wise Traditions Conference

Friday, June 27th, 2014

DVD begins at 6:30 PM
Please come around 6:15

Location:

Market of Choice
67 West 29th, Eugene
Upstairs in the Community Room

What do these disorders have in common? And how can eating nutrient-dense foods such as those found in GAPS Diet help cure the incurable? This talk will focus on the role the gut plays in bringing the body to a place of ease, setting the stage for healing of many very different disorders. We will discuss key dietary aspects of the GAPS Diet along with other modalities for healing the gut and the mind.

Kim Schuette, CN, Cert. GAPS Pract. has been in private practice in the field of nutrition since 1999 teaching the importance of real food for optimal health. In 2002 she established Biodynamic Wellness where she and her staff specialize in nutritional and biotherapeutic drainage therapy to address gut/bowel and digestive disorders, male and female hormonal imbalances, autism, ADD/ADHD challenges and a myriad of other health concerns. Additionally, Kim co-serves as the WAPF San Diego chapter leader, where she resides with her husband and youngest son.

Kim Schuette’s website: biodynamicwellness.com

Cost:

Donations of any amounts to the Eugene Chapter, Weston A. Price Foundation are appreciated.
$5-10 suggested for those who can afford it, and $1-4 for low-income.
(Please also help carry supplies to the car after the movie or volunteer to help the Eugene Chapter).

More Questions?

Please see our Notes on Popcorn Review page for more info.