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Curing the Incurable: Holistic Therapies for Chronic Disease

Thursday, Nov. 7

10:00-4:00 Chapter Leader Meeting
4:00-9:00 Registration
9:00-4:30 Polyface You! Workshop with Joel Salatin – www.farmtoconsumer.org/events
6:30-10:30 Joe vs. Joel – Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER Dinner, Dance and Debate of the Century – www.farmtoconsumer.org/events

Friday, Nov. 8

07:30-09:30 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER Breakfast (not included in registration fee)
07:00-07:45 Gentle Movement– Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
08:00-08:45 How to Sit Comfortably
Good sitting alignment makes you physically relaxed, mentally alert, and able to engage with the world around you. We’ll look at the role of the feet, knees, hips, spine, and shoulders for sitting postures that are simultaneously dynamic and restful.
07:00-06:30 Registration
10:00-12:00 Track Lectures (see below)
12:00-01:30 Lunch and Visit Sponsoring Exhibits (menu)
01:30-03:00 Track Lectures (see below)
03:00-03:30 Visit Sponsoring Exhibits
03:30-05:00 Track Lectures (see below)
06:30-08:00 Buffet Dinner (menu)
08:00-10:00 Choice of Evening Activities (see below)

Track I: NourishingTraditional Diets

09:00-12:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part I, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
01:30-03:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part II, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
03:30-05:00 Seminar on Traditional Diets, Part III, Sally Fallon Morell, MA

Track II: Radical Nutrition

10:00-12:00 Cutting-Edge Natural Therapies that Treat the Root Causes of Disease, Part I, Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND
01:30-03:00 Cutting-Edge Natural Therapies that Treat the Root Causes of Disease, Part II, Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND
03:30-05:00 Cutting-Edge Natural Therapies that Treat the Root Causes of Disease, Part III, Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND

Track III: Sulfur and Chronic Disease

10:00-12:00 Sulfur: It Does the Body Good, Stephanie Seneff, PhD
01:30-03:00 Sulfur: It Does the Body Good, Stephanie Seneff, PhD
03:30-05:00 Sulfur: It Does the Body Good, Stephanie Seneff, PhD

Track IV: Science of Farming

10:00-12:00 Human Contact with Plants and Soils for Health and Well-Being, Joseph Heckman, PhD
01:30-03:00 Nutrient Declines Caused by High-Yield Crop Varieties and Intense Cultivation, Donald R. Davis, PhD
03:30-05:00 The First Ten Years: From Farming Dreams to Economic Sustainability, Forrest Pritchard

Track V: Cooking Track

10:00-12:00 Continuous Kombucha, John Moody
01:30-03:00 Don’t Toss the Bones – Bone Broth is Beautiful, Carrie Hahn
03:30-05:00 No-Knead Sourdough Bread in Five Minutes a Day, Ann Marie Michaels

Evening Activities

8:00-10:00 Microwave Oven Dangers: Film and Powerpoint Judith Mudrak
8:00-9:00 Tour of Dairy Artifact Exhibit Sandeep Agarwal
9:00-10:00 Tour of Dairy Artifact Exhibit Sandeep Agarwal
8:00-10:00 Miracles of Magnetism Dean Bonlie, DDS
8:00-10:00 Prisoners do Hard Time on Soy and Water Sylvia Onusic, PhD
8:00-10:00 Symphony of the Soil (Film) Joseph Heckman, PhD
8:00-10:00 Health Sovereignty and G.I. Recovery – The Power (and freedom) to Heal is Yours! Robert Scott Bell, D.A. Hom.

Saturday, Nov. 9

06:00-06:45 Gentle Movement-Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
07:00-07:45 Relieve Neck and Shoulder Tension
Learn simple and effective techniques you can do anytime, anywhere to release tight muscles in your jaw, neck and shoulders.
07:00-09:00 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER  Breakfast (not included in registration fee)
07:00-06:30 Registration

Plenary Session: Curing the Incurable

09:00-09:30 Introduction to the Work of Weston A Price, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
09:30-10:45 Beyond Cholesterol: Fat-Soluble Vitamins in the Prevention of Heart Disease, Chris Masterjohn, PhD
11:00-12:15 The Healing Power of Broth:The History and Science, Kaayla Daniel, PhD
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00 Vitamin K2: Putting Calcium in its Place … and Much More, Kate Rheaume-Bleue, ND
03:15-04:30 Recovery from Bipolar Disorder, Epilepsy and Type I Diabetes, Kim Schuette, CN
04:30-06:00 Visit Exhibits

Alternate Session: Wellness Track

09:00-10:30 The Holistic Treatment of Cancer, Part I, Tom Cowan, MD
10:30-10:45 Morning Break
10:45-12:15 The Holistic Treatment of Cancer, Part II, Tom Cowan, MD
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00 The Gonzalez Regimen: Success with Advanced Cancer and Other Illnesses, Part I, Nick Gonzalez, MD
03:00-03:15 Afternoon Break
03:15-04:30 The Gonzalez Regimen: Success with Advanced Cancer and Other Illnesses, Part II, Nick Gonzalez, MD
04:30-06:00 Visit Exhibits

Alternate Session: Farming & Gardening Track

09:00-10:30 Why Heirloom Vegetables Can Be More Healthful and How to Save Them, Janisse Ray
10:30-10:45 Morning Break
10:45-12:15 Practical Steps in Soil Fertility for Organic Farming, Joseph Heckman, PhD
12:15-01:45 Lunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:45-03:00 How Heritage Chickens Support Nourishing Traditions, Pat Foreman
03:00-03:15 Afternoon Break
03:15-04:30 When You Have the Cow You Have it All, Joann Grohman
04:30-06:00 Visit Exhibits
06:30-10:00 Awards Banquet (menu) Keynote Address by Andrew Wakefield, MD

Sunday, Nov. 10

06:00-06:45 Gentle Movement-Relax your body and prepare your mind for a day of learning. Wear clothing that allows you to move comfortably. All levels welcome.
07:00-09:00 Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense FundRAISER Breakfast (not included in registration fee)
07:00-07:45 Daily Activities: The Ease of Good Alignment
Learning how to sit and stand well is nice. But what about cooking, gardening, moving boxes and milking cows? Try out some simple guidelines to maintain ease and even muscle tone when you’re being productive.
07:30-05:30 Registration
09:00-10:20 Track Lectures (see below)
10:30-11:50 Track Lectures (see below)
11:50-01:30 Brunch and Visit Exhibits (menu)
01:30-02:50 Track Lectures (see below)
02:50-04:00 Visit Exhibits
04:00-05:20 Track Lectures (see below)
05:30-06:30 Closing Ceremony: WAPF Board, Sally, Tom, Chris, Kaayla, Sarah

Track I: Cancer

09:00-10:20 Iodine Deficiency in the 21st Century, David Brownstein, MD
10:30-11:50 Preventing Breast Cancer, Deborah Gordon
01:30-02:50 German New Medicine: Beyond Alternative Medicine, Andi Locke Mears
04:00-05:20 Kombucha Therapy – Historic & Modern Applications for Healing from Cancer and Disease, Hannah Crum

Track II: Our Toxic World

09:00-10:20 The Failed Drug Approach to Health Care – Some Safer and More Effective Strategies, Dr. Mercola
10:30-11:50 Vaccines: What’s in them, What’s the latest science?, Leslie Manookian
01:30-02:50 Failed Promises; Flawed Science, Don Huber, PhD
04:00-05:20 Empowering Detoxification, Kaayla Daniel, PhD

Track III: Native Ways

09:00-10:20 Foraging & Feasting: Explore the Culinary Treasures Hidden in Wild Foods, Dina Falconi
10:30-11:50 Walk the Talk! Primal Gait for Healthy Living, Esther Gokhale, L Ac
01:30-02:50 Arctic Cuisine, Anore Jones
04:00-05:20 Foodways of Slovenia, Sylvia Onusic, PhD

Track IV: Chronic Disease

09:00-10:20  Making Sense Out of Fiber Nonsense, Konstantin Monastyrsky
10:30-11:50  The Effects of Environmental Toxicity on Chronic Illness, Mark Schauss, MBA, DB
01:30-02:50  Nutritional Approach to Blood Deficiency (Thyroid Hypo-function), Adriano Borgna, LAc
04:00-05:20  Hypothyroidism: Illness and Illusion – A rational update, Richard Maurer, ND

Track V: Making It Practical

09:00-10:20 Breakfast Lunch and Dinner, Sally Fallon Morell, MA
10:30-11:50 Food Co-ops, John Moody
01:30-02:50 Long Way on a Little, Shannon Hayes, PhD
04:00-05:20 Transitioning Your Family to Nutrient-Dense Foods Quickly and Practically in a Manner that Won’t Break the Budget, Sarah Pope, MGA

Monday, Nov. 11

07:45-05:00 Farm Tour with Will Winter
08:00-12:00
12:00-04:00
HIIE, Deborah Gordon, MD
Posture and Movement, Esther Gokhale, L Ac
09:00-4:00 WAPF Cooking, Heather Tubbs and Lupa Irie
09:00-4:00 How to Raise a Drug-Free Family, Joette Calabrese, HMC, CCH, RSHom (NA)
09:00-04:00 Raw Milk, Ton Baars, PhD
Raw Milk, The Story of Milk: Revered, Repurposed, and Repackaged, Gianaclis Caldwell
Highlights of a Medical Expert’s Support of Fresh Unprocessed Whole Milk, Ted Beals, MD
Legal Developments in Raw Milk Access, Pete Kennedy, Esq.