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SPEAKER DETAILS

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PAM SCHOENFELD, RD
 

Pam is a licensed dietitian with fifteen years of experience in applying the principles of nourishing traditional diets to optimize health. She specializes in her Raleigh, North Carolina, practice for couples desiring pregnancy and for women wanting the best for their babies during pregnancy, the lactation period and beyond. She combines ancestral wisdom with the current scientific knowledge of the role of nutrients in foods especially vitamins and minerals, to nourish the whole body with special emphasis on the reproductive organs. She has been a member of the Weston A. Price Foundation since 2001, previously serving as a chapter leader and a member of the board. She is married to Adam and they have three children and three thriving grandchildren which give her tremendous joy. Her desire is to see all babies born to well-nourished parents so they can reach their genetic potential and live life to the fullest.

PRESENTATIONs 

PRACTITIONERS PANEL
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25

Our Wise Traditions health experts answer your questions on how they treat modern diseases. Panel includes Kate Birch, Natasha Campbell-McBride, Stephen Hussey, Lee Merritt and Pam Schoenfeld with Sally Fallon Morell as moderator.


VITAMIN A: KEY TO FERTILITY
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26

Globally, one in six adults experience infertility according to the World Health Organization. Unfortunately, the current standard of care for infertility involves expensive medical intervention which is not without harm to the mother or baby. Infertility does not discriminate–high-income individuals are affected to an even greater extent than lower-income individuals; men as often as women. There are a myriad of reasons behind this growing problem that include the advancing age of both parents, obesity, chronic diseases such as diabetes, and pollutants in the environment. Malnutrition is a known contributor, but often overlooked in individuals with adequate access to food. Learn why true vitamin A is essential to female and male fertility and prenatal development, why vitamin A deficiency is overlooked as a cause for fertility problems, and how our ancestors used vitamin A-rich animal foods to prepare for having healthy children.

STARTING OUT RIGHT PANEL DISCUSSION
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27
 

The panelists: Zen Honeycutt, Christine Muldoon, Sandrine Perez and Pam Schoenfeld will talk about how to start out right raising healthy children. Hilda Labrada Gore will be the moderator.

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