Summary: Looking to improve your health? The Wise Traditions podcast embraces traditions from the past for optimal health today! The key is to nourish our bodies with nutrient-dense food, not processed, food-like products. Health coach Hilda Labrada Gore, known as Holistic Hilda, is the host and producer of the show. She conducts down-to-earth interviews with leading health and wellness experts (scientists, doctors, farmers, physical therapists, and more) to uncover practical tips that you can incorporate into your life today. This podcast is brought to you by the Weston A. Price Foundation, committed to wise traditions in food, farming, and the healing arts.
Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride offers a fresh look at vegetarianism. She provides up-to-date scientific information about how plant and animal foods work in the human body and how we can eat to thrive.
Autism is a complicated diagnosis with no clear root cause. Dara Berger, author of "How to Prevent Autism," suspects that autism is something of a toxic overload for our children. In today's episode, she shares her vision for how to help a child on the autism spectrum and how to "clean out" or detox your body so that you can bear future children, free from the condition.
Learn how to strengthen your body with food, as you battle cancer. And how nutrition can help prevent a cancer diagnosis down the line.
Lindsea Willon takes issue with the American Heart Association's statement vilifying coconut oil.
Sally Fallon Morell explains the importance of unrefined salt in our diet.
Pete Kennedy, attorney and activist, explains the history of raw milk and where the movement is headed.
Sales at farmers markets are down. Less than 2% of the population grows our food. How can we be sure sustainable farming remains viable? Forrest Pritchard discusses the strengths and threats to farming today.
Wellness coaches Vanessa and Adam Lambert inspire us to get nourished on every level.
Daniel DeBaun, an expert in telecommunications, explains how EMF and RF radiation threatens our health and what to do about it.
Sally Fallon Morell answers listeners' questions about wellness.
Author Forrest Pritchard explains the heart behind sustainable farming.
Filmmaker Kristin Canty tells the story of what motivated her to make the movie "Farmageddon" and why she has shifted her efforts now to the business of running a farm and a restaurant.
Andrew Gardner explains the benefits of animal products, such as tallow, for healthier skin care.
Nina Teicholz, investigative journalist, examines the validity of the claims in the documentary "What the health?"
Sally Fallon Morell reviews the most important topics from the summer issue of the Wise Traditions quarterly journal from the Weston A. Price Foundation.