Third Annual International Raw Milk Symposium May 7, 2011 in Minnesota

Save the Date!! May 7, 2011

Third Annual International Raw Milk Symposium

In Minnesota’s Twin Cities

at the beautiful Embassy Suites Hotel in Bloomington (Complementary shuttles to the Airport and the Mall of America)

Your Food will be prepared by the hotels French-trained, award-winning Executive Chef, Pierre Jean Laupies (Stay tuned for the unveiling of our traditional foods menu)

Registration for Saturdays full day of speakers begins at 7:30 AM

Dinner with keynote address by Michael Schmidt starts at 5:30 PM

Featured Speakers for Saturdays Program:

Ted Beals, M.S., M.D. – He is a retired pathologist with a special interest in the relationship of raw milk to the specific facts surrounding its safety.

Sally Fallon Morell, M.A. – Author of the best-selling cookbook, Nourishing Traditions, and President of the Weston A. Price Foundation.

David Gumpert – Author, journalist and reporter, he writes the on-line journal, The Complete Patient. His most recent book is The Raw Milk Revolution.

Sylvia Onusic, Ph.D. – A Nutritionist and writer/journalist in the areas of traditional and whole foods and Public Health with a particular knowledge of the European perspective.

Michael Schmidt – Trained in biodynamic farming in Germany, he moved to his farm in Canada in 1983 where he won a monumental court decision in 2010 for raw milk access.

Cate Shanahan, M.D. – Author of the books Deep Nutrition and Food Rules, she is a board certified family physician trained in biochemistry and genetics.

Alan Watson – Author of two books, 21 Days to a Healthy Heart and 2009s Cereal Killer about the unintended consequences of the typically recommended low fat diet.

Presented by The Farm-To-Consumer Foundation with support from Minnesota’s Foundation for Consumer Free Choice

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