I can’t tell you how excited I am by an email I got earlier. Philip Ridley, from the London Weston A. Price group, let me know about the DVD’s they have made of the London 2011 conference.
I’ve been checking the video clips they have available and (Ahhhh!) they have me really wanting to go to the Dallas Conference now.
Anyway, if you can’t afford to attend the USA conference this year this DVD set might just be the solution.
810 mins of well focused health talks with my favorite feature being 3 hours of Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride speaking (bet you didn’t see that one coming did you?). But on along with her you’ve got:
- Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN
- Barry Groves, PhD
- Jerry Brunetti
- ZoÃ« Harcombe BA MA
- Dr Malcolm Kendrick MD
- Graham Harvey
- and Sir Julian Rose
That’s a big list of names, and each topic they spoke on sounds intriguing. I blasted through each of the free preview clips in one day, and I want to see more.
So here’s my pro and con’s list about why I want to get this DVD set:
- Dr. Natasha’s talk – did I already say that one? Oh, well double plug.
- The price – $40 with free shipping in the USA and Europe is such a great deal!
- The topics – I’m especially interested in the GAPS, heart health, family health, and obesity talks.
- Video – I’m a little bit of a video nut. I love seeing people as they’re talking, it really helps me get a sense of who they are.
- It helps keep events like these possible – I do not want this sharing of information to stop. It’s vital with all the health nonsense floating around now.
- British Accents – I don’t know if I’m the only one, but sometimes I only listen to something because of the great accents. British, Irish, Scottish, and German/Austrian accents are some of my favorites.
- Can pretend I was there – everyone of us who can’t attend an event like this go through the blues of not attending, this is the perfect anti-dote.
CON’s (There’s only one, but it’s definitely worth mentioning.)
- Inappropriate Pictures – We don’t need crude and inappropriate pictures when talking about obesity or health, and I don’t like having to cover the screen while I’m trying to listen to a health conference. It’s offensive. (Contained in Barry Groves talk and both of Kaayla Daniel’s.)
So that’s my 2 cents, and then some, about these DVD’s. Here’s my favorite video preview:
I would love to hear what you think about them,
and whether or not you’re going to the WAPF conference in Dallas.
(The Amazon link above is an affiliate link.)