Sandeep Agarwal is the founder of Pure Indian Foods (pureindianfoods.com) which makes grass-fed organic ghee and sells traditional organic Indian foods. He is also the founder and chief curator of ButterWorld (butterworld.org), a traveling exhibition showcasing unique, rare and historical dairy artifacts from around the world. His interest in dairy history grew out of his family’s fifth-generation ghee business (started by his great-great-grandfather in 1889) and the culturally significant role that dairy plays within his Indian heritage. Sandeep is a graduate of David Winston’s Center for Herbal Studies’ two-year herbalist training program and one-year graduate program. He has spoken at Ayurvedic conferences in the U.S. and India. Sandeep is passionate about cooking traditional Indian foods using lots of fresh herbs and dry spices.



Peter Ballerstedt earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the University of Georgia and his doctorate at the University of Kentucky. He was the forage extension specialist at Oregon State University from 1986 to 1992. He is currently the Forage Agronomist at Barenbrug USA. Peter’s personal experience has led him to re-examine human diet and health. What he has learned doesn’t agree with the advice given for the past several decades. This new understanding combined with his forage background has given him an increased passion for the key to true social, economic and ecological sustainability--ruminant animal production systems--the source of butter, red meat and cheese! Peter has spoken at many different events in the U.S. and internationally. Many of his presentations are available on YouTube (http://bit.ly/2JJDJpE). He blogs at “Grass Based Health” (http://bit.ly/2XaRdxv) and Facebook (http://bit.ly/2wsNBes), and posts to twitter and Instagram @GrassBased. Peter and Nancy live in western Oregon with their two dogs Conor and Noni. His knowledge, enthusiasm and speaking style will provide an entertaining and informative presentation.

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Cultural Revivalists is a project born out of love for food and appreciation of traditional wisdom. Leslie and Lyndsay Gutierrez, both health coaches and food nerds, came together through a shared fascination for fermentation and ancestral health. Years of playing in the kitchen and learning about traditional food methods has brought a deep respect for the importance of connection that the food chain creates.

Leslie Bobb started her career with degrees in psychology and communications before discovering her love for food. She went on to complete certifications in nutritional therapy and brain health, as well as a Master’s in public health. Leslie shares her knowledge of and passion for the intersection of food and health in Richmond, Virginia, online, and everywhere she can.



Mandy Blume is a dedicated wife, mom of 4, and volunteer mom to 100s. She is a published author, Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Certified Traditional Foods Chef with a B.S. & Advanced Studies from Cal Poly. She is the founder of “Real Food Recovery”, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to children-at-risk. Mandy is the force behind this advocacy portal and website, which encourages families to try old remedies and to get into the kitchen for fun and simple recipes that build strong bodies. With first hand experience seeing kids’ health improve, she is devout and creative in her use of food for immune-boosting via the local farmers utilizing holistic practices.
Her aim is to inspire a life full of simple fun, kindness, passion, good food, and the CHOICE of good health. Mandy’s passion is helping and being a voice for the Foster/Orphan children, which she remains active contributing her expertise to children in organizations including; the Children’s Home Society, Family Services in Florida, and the Salvation Army.



Natalie Campbell began her education at the University of Michigan as a music major but finished with a degree in physical therapy. She has worked in many areas of physical therapy including rehabilitation, general hospital, home care and hospice. She later began studying biochemistry “for fun,” which eventually turned into a master’s degree in human nutrition, also from the University of Michigan. More recently she has taken post-graduate courses in pelvic physical therapy, which she hopes to combine with nutrition for pelvic problems. In 2016 she qualified as a nutritional therapy practitioner. Her nutrition career has been temporarily put on hold to complete this and one more vaccine project.



Dr. Griffin Cole received his DDS from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio in 1993 and has been practicing biological dentistry since that time in Austin. He became ozone certified in 2006 and received both his board certification in naturopathic medicine and his degree in integrative biological dental nedicine in 2010 from the School of Integrative Biological Dental Medicine, where he currently serves as the practice management instructor.


Dr. Cole received his Mastership in the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) in 2015 and authored the Academy’s fluoridation brochure and the official Scientific Review on Ozone Use in root canal therapy. He is a past president of the IAOMT and serves on the board of directors, the mentor committee, the fluoride committee, and is the fundamentals course director and meetings chairman.


He has been featured on numerous radio and television programs including World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer. He has been published in four national peer reviewed publications for his restorative and cosmetic dentistry and in 2013 became the first dentist to be published in a peer reviewed journal for his case study treatment of bisphosphonate-related ostenecrosis of the jaw utilizing ozone therapy for successful treatment of this disease. He lectures to health professionals on practice management and biological dentistry.



Monica Corrado, MA, CNC, CGP is a teaching chef, certified nutrition consultant and certified GAPS practitioner who is passionate about illuminating the connection between food and well-being. A member of the honorary board of the Weston A. Price Foundation since its inception, Monica is a dynamic teacher, speaker, consultant and author. She lives to share the tools, knowledge and inspiration to cook nourishing, traditional food. Monica has been involved in the sustainable and local food revolution for more than twenty years, forming CSAs and connecting people to farmers and real food. She has been teaching food as medicine throughout the U.S. and internationally for more than thirteen years after eighteen years in sustainable food sourcing and preparation, menu design and management. Over the past ten years, Monica’s work has focused on the gut-brain connection and she is an authority on cooking to heal a leaky gut via the GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) nutritional protocol. Dubbed “the GAPS chef”, Monica teaches GAPS cooking in the GAPS practitioner training with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride. For more information about Monica, her books, charts, online courses and Cooking for Well-Being Teacher Training program, see www.simplybeingwell.com Facebook: Simply Being Well: Cooking for Wellbeing.



Dr. Cowan graduated from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in 1984. After his residency in Family Practice at Johnson City Hospital in Johnson City, New York, he set up an anthroposophical medical practice in Peterborough, New Hampshire. Dr. Cowan relocated to San Francisco in 2003. He is the author of Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood Illness, Human Heart, Cosmic Heart; The Fourfold Path to Healing; and co-author of The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care. Dr. Cowan has served as vice president of the Physicians Association for Anthroposophical Medicine and is a founding board member and current Vice President of the Weston A. Price Foundation. He is a popular speaker at Wise Traditions conferences.

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Tom has been involved in the design, testing and installation of water filtration and purification systems for both residential and commercial customers for over thirty years. Early research focused on the development of chemical sensor technology for environmental monitoring, measuring contaminant levels in soil and groundwater, determination of fluid purity and ceramic membrane filtration systems.

Knowing the importance of using our most precious resources sustainably, Tom has most recently led an effort to design, develop and demonstrate a self-sustaining living module integrating renewable energy systems with sustainable water solutions. The demonstration module incorporates a greywater treatment system, water recycling and an advanced drinking water purification system that together minimizes water usage and maintains adequate water supplies of clean, safe drinking water.

Tom earned his PhD in chemical physics from Boston College. He regularly attends leading technical conferences on water and wastewater management to keep him abreast of leading-edge technologies in water filtration, purification and reuse.

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David Diamond received his Ph.D. in Biology in 1985, with a specialization in Behavioral Neuroscience, from the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory at the University of California, Irvine. He was a career scientist at the Department of Veterans Affairs for 30 years and is currently a Professor in the Departments of Psychology, Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida, where he has directed his animal and clinical research program on post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. Dr. Diamond has been funded by the VA, NIH, DoD, NSF and pharmaceutical companies in his neuroscience research, with over 100 publications, reviews and book chapters on the brain, stress and memory. In the past decade, Dr. Diamond has expanded his research program to address cardiovascular disease, medication and nutrition research. In recent years he has added publications addressing controversial issues in heart disease, diet and cholesterol to his extensive list of peer-reviewed medical publications, He has been invited to present his research on nutrition, diet, statins and cholesterol at numerous domestic and international cardiology, obesity and diabetes conferences.



Dr. Ben Edwards obtained his undergraduate degree from Baylor University and his Medical Degree from the University of Texas-Houston Medical School. He then completed his internship and family practice residency training in Waco, TX at the McLennan County Medical Education and Research Foundation where he was chief resident. Upon completion of his residency he moved to rural west Texas where he worked as the only physician in the county at Garza County Health Clinic in Post, Texas. After seven years of practicing conventional, rural family medicine, Dr. Edwards transitioned to an integrative-functional medicine type of practice and founded Veritas Medical in 2012. Dr. Edwards now oversees six other medical providers at three clinics in Lubbock, Abilene and San Angelo, Texas. He lives with his wife Jamie and six children in Abernathy. 



Sally Fallon Morell is founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and founder of A Campaign for Real Milk. Mrs. Fallon Morell lectures extensively around the world on issues of health and nutrition. She is a prolific writer of numerous articles and books and serves as editor of Wise Traditions, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation. In 1996, Fallon Morell published the best-selling Nourishing Traditions (with Mary G. Enig, PhD), the cookbook that launched her career in alternative health. She is also president and owner of NewTrends Publishing, serving as editor and publisher of many fine books on diet and health, including other books in the Nourishing Traditions series. Her most recent titles are The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care (with Thomas S. Cowan, MD) and The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children (with Suzanne Gross).



Janine Farzin is a Weston A. Price Foundation co-chapter leader in Chicago and can be found at offallygoodcooking.com. She has engineering degrees from UC Berkeley and MIT and is a Fulbright Fellow. After sixteen years in transportation, she is now working to start up a WAPF-inspired school and community kitchen. With four young children, she and her husband try to keep sane by drinking plenty of raw liver cocktails.



Little did Andrew Gardner know that a trip to a farm in Mexico would lead him to embark on another journey, one to discover a practical solution to the modern skin care dilemma, a solution consistent with the true principles of nutrition and health. This journey led to the discovery of what people used for skin care before the introduction of man-made chemicals as well as the science behind this traditional wisdom that had been almost completely forgotten. Due to the lack of any product on the market that fit the ideal for healthy and effective skin care, he was prompted to create a formula that he could use and share with others, a simple recipe for traditional nourishing and healing skin care, and in the process invented the term "tallow balm". He also founded the company Vintage Tradition (vintagetradition.com) where tallow balm can be obtained by those who prefer not to make their own.



Esther Gokhale (GO-clay) is the creator of the Gokhale Method, an ecosystem of posture and movement education, products, and community to help people live pain-free lives. As a young girl growing up in India, she helped her mother, a nurse, treat abandoned babies waiting to be adopted. This early interest in healing led her to study biochemistry at Harvard and Princeton and later acupuncture at the San Francisco School of Oriental Medicine. After experiencing crippling back pain during her first pregnancy and unsuccessful back surgery, Esther began a lifelong crusade to vanquish back pain. Her studies at the Aplomb Institute in Paris and years of research in non-industrial cultures led her to develop the Gokhale Method. Her method has been featured in many publications, including The New York Times, which called her “the posture guru of Silicon Valley.” She sees her mission as reeducating people to help them eradicate unnecessary pain. Gokhale's book, 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back, has sold over 150,000 copies worldwide and is translated into ten languages. Gokhale has taught at corporations such as Google, IDEO, Varian Medical Systems, and Facebook and has presented at TEDx(Stanford), Ancestral Health Symposium, Wise Traditions, and PrimalCon. Esther Gokhale lives on Stanford University campus, where she raised three children with her husband Brian White, a professor in the math department.



Lyndsay Gutierrez spent nine years in the Navy traveling and eating around the world, then came home and completed degrees in health and wellness, culinary arts and a Master’s in nutrition and integrative health. Lyndsay shares her passion and down to earth approach to food, farming, cooking, health, nutrition and fermentation at Pizazz in Great Falls, Montana, online and around the world. She partners with Leslie Bobb in the Cultural Revivalists project.



Anthony G. Jay has a PhD in biochemistry and researches stem cells and epigenetics at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He is also the president of AJ Consulting Company which provides personalized diet, sleep and training programs based on DNA. Dr. Jay is the author of a bestselling book on artificial estrogen chemicals and is an expert on hormones, fats and cholesterol. His book is called Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile.



Kiran Krishnan is a research microbiologist whose focus is the human microbiome and wellness. With particular expertise in the newest frontier in microbiology, gut commensal spore bacteria, Krishnan is a frequent lecturer largely to medical audiences but also as an expert guest on live radio and podcasts. Coming from a strict research background in the fields of molecular medicine and microbiology, Krishnan has conducted over thirty clinical studies using spore bacillus strains. In addition to the 2017 published, leaky gut study (https://justthrivehealth.com/blogs/blog/groundbreaking-study-on-healing-leaky-gut-with-the-strains-used-in-just-thrive-probiotic) showing a 42% reduction of gut enteropathy (disease) within thirty days, his other studies have examined reversing glyphosate damage in the gut, irritable bowel syndrome, weight loss, periodontal disease, rheumatoid arthritis, liver disease, the vaginal microbiome, etc. Based on his own clinical trials, Krishnan estimates that 80-90% of Americans have a chronic overgrowth of pathogens in their intestines and leaky gut.

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Neil Z. Miller is a medical research journalist and the Director of the Thinktwice Global Vaccine Institute (www.thinktwice.com). He has devoted the past 30 years to educating parents and health practitioners about vaccines, encouraging informed consent and non-mandatory laws. He is the author of several articles, studies, and books on vaccines, including Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies (www.vacbook.com), Vaccine Safety Manual for Concerned Families and Health Practitioners (updated 2nd edition), and Vaccines, Are They Really Safe and Effective? Past organizations that he has lectured for include the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, the International College of Integrative Medicine, the Hahnemann Academy of North America, and the Culture of Life Institute. Mr. Miller has a degree in psychology and is a member of Mensa.



Kelly has passionately researched how to eat better and live naturally since 2004 when she discovered the Weston A. Price Foundation and was shocked to learn the truth about the food we eat and the conventional medical options available to us. Back then everything was confusing and it was a big information overload. So she started writing in 2007 to offer simple, clear help and empower you to nourish your family well, feel better naturally and raise healthy kids without going crazy in the process. Kelly lives in a small town near Grand Rapids, Michigan and is a wife, a homeschooling mom of four, a blogger at KellytheKitchenKop.com and author of the book, Real Food for Rookies, which was given a “thumbs up” by Sally Fallon Morell in the Wise Traditions journal.



Becky Plotner is a board-certified naturopathic doctor, through the American Naturopathic Certification Board. She is a traditional naturopath, a certified GAPS practitioner and doctor of pastoral sciences. She is a practitioner classified as literate in Lyme and literate in iodine. She is the owner and writer for Nourishing Plot and GAPS Protocol Help. She serves on Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride's GAPS board of directors and just wrote the book GAPS, Stage by Stage, With Recipes, with ample guidance and direction from Dr. Natasha as well as the book Food Probiotics vs Commercial Probiotics. Plotner studied parasitology through Duke University, Duke Global Health Institute, through Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College and continues to study iridology through Ellen Tart-Jensen. In 2017, Dr. Natasha chose Plotner to be her “GAPS Expert”. She trains certified GAPS practitioners and GAPS coaches on the GAPS protocol. Plotner sees people in her north Georgia office, as well as online. Due to GAPS, her son has recovered from autism, ADHD, hypoglycemia and dyslexia and she has walked away from IBS, POTS, PCOS, cancer, stage two spinal degeneration, stage four adrenal fatigue, Lyme disease, hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s, heavy metal poisoning, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia, chronic H. pylori infection, systemic candida and eczema.

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Dr. Plourde is a medical researcher whose biochemistry background includes being a licensed Clinical Laboratory Scientist, 20 years of working with cutting-edge cancer and DNA testing laboratories, and certification as a menopause practitioner.  She specializes in identifying how environmental toxins impact the body, its immune system and hormones.  Her research and findings have resulted in authoring books that highlight the medical symptoms caused from the assaults inflicted by electromagnetic radiations on the body’s systems.  When she saw how compromised our health has become from these modern conveniences, she became a passionate advocate to educate people on how to survive and thrive, while living in today’s electromagnetic fields (EMF), which makes us more vulnerable to the toxins that permeate our environments.

Books authored:
EMF Freedom: Solutions for the 21st Century Pollution-3rd Edition
Sunscreens – Biohazard 2: The Evidence Keeps Piling Up
Sunscreens – Biohazard: Treat as Hazardous Waste,
Hysterectomy? The Best or Worst Thing to Ever Happen to Me?
Your Guide to Hysterectomy, Ovary Removal, & Hormone Replacement: What All Women Need to Know



Robert “Bob” Quinn—the 2007 recipient of the Montana Organic Association Lifetime of Service Award—is a progressive leader in promoting organic and sustainable agriculture throughout Montana and the rest of the world. The Organic Trade Association awarded Bob the 2010 Organic Leadership Award for his contributions in the “Growing Organic Agriculture” category and in 2013, he received the Rodale Institute’s Organic Pioneer Award. In 1986, Bob’s company Montana Flour & Grains introduced the natural food industry to an ancient Egyptian wheat, called khorasan (similar to durum wheat). This grain was marketed under his own brand name, KAMUT (the ancient Egyptian word for wheat). Through the trademark, Bob has been able to preserve an ancient grain and guarantee it is not genetically modified or altered. KAMUT brand khorasan wheat is grown under strict production guidelines and is exclusively grown organically.

On a mission to educate and farm eco-consciously, Bob is currently studying dryland vegetable production and a project designed to grow and process enough straight vegetable oil (SVO) on his farm to run all the farm’s tractors and combines. He also promotes food production systems based on producing high nutrition and quality rather than high yields. For Bob, experimenting with crops is the most enjoyable part of farming. He studied to be a plant scientist, his first love is growing plants and his whole farm is his laboratory. His love of the land continues to fuel his desire to change the agricultural landscape of America—one grain at a time.



Karen Randall, DO, FAAEM is trained in emergency medicine, pediatrics and family medicine. She has a certificate in cannabis science and medicine from the University of Vermont School of Medicine. Dr. Randall spent twenty years teaching emergency medicine at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and was selected as teacher of the year multiple times. She moved to Pueblo, Colorado in 2013 and is the VP of case management and serves as chairman of the board for the Southern Colorado Emergency Medical Associates (SCEMA).



Dr. Will Schlinsog is a board certified doctor of chiropractic in Wisconsin and California. He completed his pre-chiropractic education at the University of Wisconsin and went on to attain his doctor of chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic now known as Logan University in Chesterfield, Missouri. He has been in practice for thirty-three years and currently maintains a private practice in Marshfield, Wisconsin.



Pamela Schoenfeld is a registered dietitian-nutritionist whose practice in Raleigh, North Carolina, focuses on the nutritional needs of women and their families. She credits the information from the Weston A. Price Foundation for restoring her own health and giving her the energy to return to school to become a dietitian at the age of fifty. She firmly believes this was in part due to her resuming the consumption of liver and other high-vitamin A foods, foods she enjoyed while growing up. Currently a member of the board of directors, she has represented the Weston A. Price Foundation via written and oral commentary to the United States Government regarding the critical deficits in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the FDA food labeling requirements, both of which have the contributed to the simultaneous epidemics of malnutrition and obesity in the U.S. and across the globe. She has been a frequent presenter at Wise Traditions Conferences with topics including polycystic ovary syndrome and senior malnutrition. She is the author of several articles for the journal Wise Traditions including “The Scarlet Nutrient: The Unfair Stigmatization of Vitamin A during Pregnancy.” She embraces a common-sense approach to food and nutrition and is not afraid to question the dietary dogma that unfortunately all too-often governs her profession. Finally, she is the author of the book, The Collagen Diet, where she weaves the traditional wisdom of nose-to-tail eating into the scientific basis of consuming collagen protein. 

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The leading consumer advocate promoting healthier non-GMO choices, Jeffrey Smith was named the 2017 “Person of the Year” by Masters of Health Magazine. For more than two decades, his research has exposed how biotech companies mislead policy makers and the public, and put the health of society and environment at risk.

Mr. Smith’s feature-length documentary Genetic Roulette — The Gamble of Our Lives was awarded the 2012 Movie of the Year (Solari Report) and the Transformational Film of the Year (AwareGuide). Seen by millions world-wide, the film links genetically engineered food to toxic and allergic reactions, infertility, digestive disorders, and numerous other problems that have been on the rise in the U.S. population since genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were introduced.

In 2018, he and Amy Hart released Secret Ingredients, a documentary that highlights numerous individuals and families that healed from serious conditions after switching to an organic diet.

Mr. Smith’s books include: Seeds of Deception, the world’s bestseller on GMOs; and Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods. They expertly demonstrate why the safety assessments by the FDA and regulators worldwide are based on outdated science and false assumptions, and why genetically engineered foods must urgently become our top food safety priority.

Mr. Smith has lectured in 45 countries, counseled leaders from every continent, and has been quoted by thousands of news outlets including: The New York Times, Washington Post, The Times (London), Associated Press, Reuters, LA Times, and Time Magazine. He regularly appears on influential radio and television programs, including the BBC, NPR, Fox News, Democracy Now, The Doctors, and the Dr. Oz Show.

He is the founding executive director of The Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT), a leading source of GMO health risk information for consumers, policy makers, and healthcare professionals. IRT’s educational programs are driving the tipping point of consumer rejection against GMOs, which is already starting to push genetically engineered ingredients out of the market in the U.S.

Mr. Smith resides in California, as well as Iowa— surrounded by genetically modified soybeans and corn.



Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has a BS degree from MIT in biology and MS, EE and PhD degrees from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science.

She has published two hundred peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings. Her recent interests have focused on the role of toxic chemicals and micronutrient deficiencies in health and disease, with a special emphasis on the pervasive herbicide Roundup and the mineral sulfur. She has authored over thirty peer-reviewed journal papers over the past few years on these topics, and has delivered numerous slide presentations around the world.



Dr. Tarantolo, an existential psychiatrist, has been in private practice on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, for forty years. He does intensive psychotherapy and has helped many patients come off of psychotropic drugs. He consulted and makes an appearance in the movie Thank You for Your Service, a film about the moral injury of battle-scarred soldiers. He published: Primum Nocere (First to Harm) … Why Psychiatrists Promote Dangerous, Harmful and Ineffectual Necroleptic Drugs.



Jerry Tennant, MD, MD(H), PScD, was trained as an ophthalmologist/ophthalmic plastic surgeon. While doing research for the LASIK procedure, he inhaled viruses and developed encephalitis. Thus, he spent seven years in bed, sleeping about sixteen hours a day. When medicine could not help him, he began to look for additional answers only to realize that everything in the universe is first based in physics, not chemistry. He began to unravel the role of voltage in health and disease and over the past twenty years has developed a system that defines the battery packs, wiring system and electronic subsystems that make every cell in the body function. Every cell in the body is designed to run at -25 millivolts but requires -50 millivolts to make new cells when the old ones wear out or become injured. Chronic disease only occurs when you lose the ability to make new cells that work, and thus all chronic disease is characterized by lacking adequate voltage in that organ’s battery packs (acupuncture meridians). Dr. Tennant is believed by many to be the leading expert on the role of voltage in health and disease and will teach how to measure it and correct it so the body can repair itself.



Carrie Vitt is a nutritional therapy practitioner at Biodynamic Wellness and is particularly passionate in helping those struggling with thyroid disease and other autoimmune issues. Carrie personally struggled with health issues for years, but after turning to an unprocessed grain-free diet, a variety of detox therapies and addressing the root cause of heavy metal toxicity, she was able to help her and her family reverse several problems: Hashimoto’s disease, severe asthma, eczema, IBS and migraines. Carrie is the author of the successful health and cooking blog, DeliciouslyOrganic.net, and the two cookbooks, Deliciously Organic and The Grain-Free Family Table.



Dr. Timothy Weeks owns a practice in Medina, Ohio, called Whole Body Health and has been in practice since 2004. He holds a B.S. in human biology and a doctorate in chiropractic from Logan University. He is board certified and licensed in the state of Ohio.


Dr. Tim is a sixth-generation physician and his family has been practicing medicine uninterrupted since before the Civil War. From this extensive family tradition, he has learned many time-tested health techniques to healing. He has also received thousands of hours of training in applied kinesiology and nutrition. He prides himself in working with difficult cases and finding solutions in multi-disciplinary actions and has personally given over four hundred thousand treatments in his career.


In 2018 he published a book named Whole Body Health and has since traveled the world extensively speaking, holding retreats and consulting.

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Louisa Williams practices naturopathic medicine in Austin, Texas, and is the author of the book, Radical Medicine. The word radical means "going to the root or origin, and pertaining to that which is fundamental and thorough." Dr. Williams practices according to this "radical medicine" philosophy by addressing such core issues as heavy metal and petrochemical detoxification; clearing dental, tonsil, sinus, and other focal infections; treating scar interference fields; identifying significant malocclusions or “bad bites"; and uncovering major hidden food sensitivities. 



Lindsea Willon was influenced by the work of Dr. Weston A. Price from a young age and experienced the benefits of a nourishing traditions diet first hand. The gap between conventional teaching and traditional wisdom sparked her curiosity and led her to pursue a degree in nutritional sciences from the University of California, Berkeley. Upon graduating, she earned her certification as a nutritional therapy practitioner and began work on her master’s degree in kinesiology. While at California State University Northridge, Lindsea led biochemical research on the effects of diet and exercise on inflammation and insulin resistance and completed her program with a focus on exercise physiology. After finishing graduate school, she began her own practice and has since joined the experienced team at Biodynamic Wellness in Salano Beach, California. 

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Will Winter received a DVM degree from Kansas State University in 1975, an undergraduate degree in animal husbandry and conducted post-graduate studies and research in veterinary toxicology for the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and Animal Resource Facility. After graduating he specialized in surgical referrals and emergency medicine. In 1980 he created the Uptown Veterinarian-A Holistic Practice, one of the largest and most successful holistic veterinary practices in the U.S. In 1983, he co-founded the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association. He is the author of The Holistic Veterinary Handbook and founded Rescue Animal Products.



Dr. Nasha Winters is a sought-after luminary and a global healthcare authority in integrative cancer research and consults with physicians around the world. She bridges ancient therapies with advancements in modern medicine in the digital era. Dr. Nasha consults with some of the most prestigious cancer centers in the U.S. on projects such as developing the clinical protocol for the current FDA-approved clinical trial using intravenous application of Viscum Album Extract (mistletoe) to treat advanced cancer, hyperthermia, cannabis, ketogenic diet, IV Vitamin C and more. She has educated approximately two hundred fifty professionals in the clinical use of mistletoe and has created robust educational programs for both healthcare institutions and the public on incorporating vetted integrative therapies in cancer care to enhance outc­­­­­­omes.  

Dr. Nasha is bestselling co-author of The Metabolic Approach to Cancer which has received many accolades. She is also completing a forthcoming book on therapeutic diets for cancer with her co-author Jess Higgins Kelley, MNT and is a contributor and curator of a book on mistletoe highlighting clinical applications around the world. In addition to her publications, Dr. Nasha is an engaging speaker bringing passion, heart and soul to her audience. She has a variety of interviews and podcasts available on her website, drnasha.com.

A personal journey with cancer, overseeing care of tens of thousands of patients worldwide, training practitioners in her methodology, presenting at medical conferences globally and sharing her wisdom and wit with dozens of podcasters underscores her passion and purpose to be a beacon of hope for thousands. Dr. Nasha is on a mission to educate and empower the nearly fifty percent of the population expected to have cancer in their lifetime. Prevention is the only cure.