Nourishing Australia with Wise Traditions

Taking Control of Your Health…How are we doing? What can we do about it?

On Wednesday evening 4 September in Sydney, I’ll be presenting a great evening of information to answer those questions, that will empower you to better health and wellness. It’s sponsored by Nourishing Australia a not for profit organisation dedicated to health soils, plants, animals, food, people and planet.


My special guest will be Hilda Gore. Hilda hosts one of the most popular health podcasts in the USA, Wise Traditions, associated with the legendary Weston A Price Foundation.

When it comes to our health as a society it does seem that we have a few problems and it’s not just that we are getting older. Our children are not doing well, physically and mentally. They are our most vulnerable, so if their health is suffering it’s likely that will be reflected in our adult population….and it is!

But in order to solve a problem, it always helps to know what that problem is….

I’ll be giving a report card on our current health and outlining the influences that affect public health. Sadly, those influences are too often driven by economics rather than health. It’s a story that is easy to miss, but once you hear it, it is difficult to ignore.

I’ve often referenced the work of Dr. Weston A. Price. Many of you will have heard of him. Some of you may not, but I believe he did some of the most important pieces of research that have ever been done in human health. A big statement I know, but I’m putting it out there. It’s research that was done in the first half of the 20th century but it’s more relevant, to us today than ever before.

Now, the repository of this work is the Weston A. Price Foundation. Hilda will give a brief history of Dr. Price’s work and most importantly outlines 11 guiding principles from that work that are simple, profound, easy for you to implement and be transformative.

We will then open the evening to Q & A.

So, join me on Wednesday evening 4 September at the Wesley Centre in the CBD of Sydney.  Until then ….be well