The Oliver Weston Company

Fundamental foods for health and healing

Workshop One: Why Food Matters & Traditional Diets Overview

from 15.00
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Workshop One: Why Food Matters & Traditional Diets Overview

from 15.00

Oct 14 from 3-5pm. Presentation from 3-4:15, discussion from 4:15-5:00.

Learn why food is truly the foundation for good (or poor) health, backed up by the incredible story of native traditional diets as studied and recorded in the 1900s by dentist, researcher, and nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston A. Price.

Hannah Springer, founder and owner of the Oliver Weston Company, has raised three children on a diet based in traditional ancestral wisdom and will share with you the amazing and life-changing story of Weston Price. Come learn the three common threads of all traditional healthy non-Westernized diets and get inspired to make lasting changes in your life and your health.

Don't miss the two follow-up workshops, which will be held in November and December.

Entrance fee of $25 includes your gift of the Weston A. Price Foundation's Healthy4Life booklet (a $5 value) as well as a dozen soy-free pastured eggs! Or opt to pay only $15 (no gift). Additional donations collected at the workshop will be directed to supporting the Dutchess Co (NYS) chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation for purchasing needed items (educational pamphlets, folding chairs, projection screen, etc).

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Oct 14 from 3-5pm. Presentation from 3-4:15, discussion from 4:15-5:00.

Learn why food is truly the foundation for good (or poor) health, backed up by the incredible story of native traditional diets as studied and recorded in the 1900s by dentist, researcher, and nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston A. Price.

Hannah Springer, founder and owner of the Oliver Weston Company, has raised three children on a diet based in traditional ancestral wisdom and will share with you the amazing and life-changing story of Weston Price. Come learn the three common threads of all traditional healthy non-Westernized diets and get inspired to make lasting changes in your life and your health.

Don't miss the two follow-up workshops, which will be held in November and December.

Entrance fee of $25 includes your gift of the Weston A. Price Foundation's Healthy4Life booklet (a $5 value) as well as a dozen soy-free pastured eggs! Or opt to pay only $15 (no gift). Additional donations collected at the workshop will be directed to supporting the Dutchess Co (NYS) chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation for purchasing needed items (educational pamphlets, folding chairs, projection screen, etc).