Exciting news! The Weston A. Price Foundation has just launched a free weekly podcast!
The podcast is called Wise Traditions, and its objective is to uncover practical tips from the past for optimal health today. Wise Traditions will cover a wide range of topics related to traditional diet and holistic wellness. Hosted by health coach Hilda Labrada Gore, interviews of farmers, scientists, doctors, nutritionists, physical therapists, and more will be featured.
The initial episodes (just released this week) feature the following three interviews:
- Tom Cowan MD: The most unconventional holistic doctor you will ever meet! “Don’t believe me! Don’t believe anybody,” Dr. Cowan urges. When asked if people with health concerns should see a holistic doctor, for example, the first word out of his mouth is “No.” Find out why he believes healthy skepticism is a good thing and what he recommends as the first step toward better health.
- Will Winter: Straight talk from a holistic veterinarian. Will was a vegetarian for 23 years and now he is not only a meat eater, but the owner of Lucky Pig Farms! Hear what influenced his change of heart and how he recommends we go about finding the most nutrient-dense foods possible.
- Sally Fallon Morell: An overview of the mission of the Weston A. Price Foundation. President Sally Fallon explains how eating a traditional diet can lead to vibrant health. And it’s not just anecdotal evidence that supports their claims. “We like to show the scientific validation of traditional food ways,” she explains.
All three of these episodes are available now! To listen, go to iTunes or visit this link. Every week a new 30-minute episode will become available. Each will be entertaining, informative, and helpful.
The best thing about podcasts is that you can listen any time, any place. You can listen as you drive your car, garden, or exercise (or do all three at once if you are a multi-tasker!) And, of course, you can share them at the click of a mouse.
Since the podcast is just launching now, the Weston Price Foundation wants your input!