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Webinar Series: The Wise Traditions Diet

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This is a 4-part webinar series

Join us at:

7.00 - 8.30pm AEDT, Tuesday 5th March 2024
7.00 - 8.30pm AEDT, Tuesday 12th March 2024
7.00 - 8.30pm AEDT, Tuesday 19th March 2024
7.00 - 8.30pm AEDT, Tuesday 26th March 2024

CPE Points: 6

Where: Online

Webinar Recordings: Registering for this live event will also give you access to the webinar recordings. 

Webinar recordings can be watched at any time.

Webinar Series: The Wise Traditions Diet

As a result of completing this webinar series, participants will understand the fascinating research of pioneering nutritionist, researcher and dentist, Dr Weston A Price. They’ll learn the benefits of applying the principles of Wise Traditions diet to client protocols and how to get started preparing nourishing foods for long term success with a nutrient-dense diet.

In Part 1 we will cover:

- A summary of Dr Weston A Price’s research

- What are the common characteristics of traditional diets?

- Which nutrient-rich traditional fats have nourished healthy population groups for thousands of years?

- What’s wrong with politically correct nutrition – modern disease epidemics

- The nutrient differences between traditional diets and modern diets

- Saturated fats, arachidonic acid, structural integrity and fat soluble vitamins

- Myths and politically incorrect truths about nutrition

- Myths and truths about soy

In Part 2 we will cover:

- What are the underlying characteristics of traditional diets?

- Principles 1-4 of the 11 Dietary Principles of the Wise Traditions Diet

- Nutrient dense diets and endocrine and hormone health

- The role of cholesterol

- Liver function

- Foods for methylation, glucuronidation and sulfation

- A conversation about sulfur and its role in recovery

- Stress, diet and hormone balance

- Adrenal hormones

- Traditional methods for reducing inflammation

- Modern foods that undermine thyroid function

In Part 3 we will cover:

- Principles 4-7 of the 11 Dietary Principles of the Wise Traditions Diet

- Nutrient dense diets and brain and emotional health

- The nutrient-dense diet and gut health

- Traditional methods for reducing inflammation

In Part 4 we will cover:

- Principles 8-11 of the 11 Dietary Principles of the Wise Traditions Diet

- 10 Steps to Getting started with the Wise Traditions diet covering topics such as:

o Redressing the omega 3 and 6 imbalance

o The 6 basic good fats and oils

o Preparing grains for optimal digestion

o Stock

o Fermenting



Presenter: Brenda Rogers

Brenda is a leading wellness coach specialising in individual and workplace health, specialising for women navigating The Change.

She has over 30 years experience in corporate and clinical health and is a credentialed coach with over 20 year’s experience coaching women on their transformative journey to living extraordinary and sacred lives.

Brenda is a clinical naturopath, nutritionist, GAPS practitioner; member of the governing body for Estuary Learning; a volunteer chapter leader for the international nutrition organisation, The Weston A Price Foundation, a corporate wellness presenter and a soon-to-be-published book author.

Brenda runs Yin yoga retreats for female leaders, nutrition education programs and an affordable monthly coaching membership designed to be a transformative journey towards optimal nourishment and health.



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