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Wise Traditions Conference: Staying Healthy in a Toxic World


The 21st annual Wise Traditions Conference will be held November 13 through 15 in Atlanta, both in person at the Sheraton Atlanta hotel and online via livestream and on-demand viewing.

Produced by The Weston A. Price Foundation, the conference will feature key influencers talking about cutting-edge topics in nutrition and health, including Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Del Bigtree, Natasha Campbell-McBride and Stephanie Seneff. The exhibit hall is free to attend with up to 100 wellness-oriented exhibitors.

From 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, up to 30 speakers will discuss topics that newcomers and well-educated health advocates alike will find valuable. Topics include The Perils of 5G Wireless, Building Biology, Devil in the Garlic, Glyphosate and Cancer, Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Broths and Stocks and Safe Dental Amalgam Removal.

A free film, Andy Wakefield’s 1986: the Act, will run on Friday night.

“The speakers this year are fantastic,” says executive director, Kathy Kramer. “Our speakers are covering topics that are especially critical now for staying healthy in a toxic world: healthy foods, healthy homes, 5G, vaccines, GMOs, glyphosate and viruses. The conference is always high-energy, has in-depth learning with a great group of people and, of course, there’s delicious food!”

A raw milk fundraising reception will be held on Thursday, November 12. On Monday, November 16, professional guide Will Winter will lead an all-day guided farm visit to help people learn what to look for and what to ask when it comes to farms.

The cost of attending the conference ranges from $75 to $440.

The Sheraton Atlanta Hotel is located at 165 Courtland Street, NE Atlanta. The conference sessions will also be available via livestream and recorded for viewing on demand. For more info, visit or call (703) 820-3333. For livestream info, visit
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