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WELLINGTON NEW ZEALAND CHAPTER OF THE WESTON A. PRICE FOUNDATION

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To find your nearest chapter see the NZ Chapter List


Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston A Price is free to read online here 


BECOMING A MEMBER

You can join up by going to the Weston A Price Foundation site and clicking on “become a member” If you have any problems processing your membership, contact us  and we can process it for you.

We also offer free memberships for our Wellington chapter which doesn’t include a subsciption to the quarterly journals like a full membership, but we do send out an information pack including an e-book of Nutrition and Physical degeneration, and some conference videos on DVD. Contact us


 

View of the Cook Straight from Hawkins Hill, Wellington, New Zealand


FOUNDATION  OBJECTIVES

To restore nutrient-dense foods to the human diet through education,
research and activism.

To support organic farming, community-supported farms,
honest and informative labeling, prepared parenting and nurturing therapies

To establish a laboratory to test the nutrient content of foods

To harness modern technology as a servant to the nurturing traditions
of our ancestors, rather than as a force destructive to the environment
and human health, and to scientifically demonstrate the value
of those traditions.

To publish a quarterly journal, “Wise Traditions in Food, Farming,
and the Healing Arts”, dedicated to exploring the scientific validation of dietary,
agricultural and medical traditions throughout the world

To advocate the legalistion of the sale of clean certified raw milk

To alert the public to the dangers of soy products, trans fats, “low fat” diets,
aspartame, fluoridation, and other government approved toxins

For a full overview of all the areas the foundation covers,
this site map is a great place to start.

Please support the foundation by becoming a member

Click here to become a member of the Foundation


 

Cook Straight Ferry in Wellington Harbour


 WELLINGTON CHAPTER AIMS

To establish a local whole food network, allowing Wellingtonians access to a range of traditional foods, and to help other NZ regions to develop their own networks

To support and encourage local and NZ suppliers of whole foods and healing therapies, by promoting their products and services, and by creating local networks of distribution

To increase public awareness of the many ways that New Zealanders health, power, and freedom, are being stolen from us by media, government, medical, and commercial interests, and to fight back against misinformation.

To publicise the dangers of fluoride – the rat poison in our water and help bring about an uncontaminated water supply throughout Wellington

To promote the health benefits of coconut products such as oil, flour, and cream

To promote awareness of diets free of gluten, grain, casein, and starch for people whose health will benefit from them, and to develop whole food recipes for these diets

To encourage the development of New Zealand as a GE free, certified organic food supplier for the rest of the world, and to raise awareness of the vast
commercial potential this has for the NZ economy

To promote availability and supply of hard to obtain foods such as quality cod liver oil and coconut flour, and books such as Nourishing Traditions


South Coast, Wellington, New Zealand


 Although it’s hard to believe now, back in 1944 even the NZ Dept Of Health was recommending Cod Liver Oil, Sunshine, Liver, Kidneys, and Cheese


 

View of Mt Victoria, from Kelburn, Wellington, New Zealand


WESTON A PRICE

Weston A Price’s classic book is available to read free online

Here is an excerpt from his chapter on New Zealand, where the Maori population went from having the best teeth in the world, to the worst, in less than 100 years, due to the introduction of the appalling diet of European settlers:

“In an examination of 250 Maori skulls from an uncivilized age, I found tooth decay present in only two skulls. The average incidence of tooth decay in the pre-modernised Maori was 1.2 %.

At the present time, (1937) we found that amongst Maori school children living under
European conditions, 95 % of them had decayed teeth.

In many districts members of the older generations revealed 100 % normally formed dental arches. The incidence of normally formed dental arches in the modernized groups ranged from 60% down to 0 %.”

“Since the discovery of New Zealand, the Maori have had the reputation of having the finest teeth and finest bodies of any race in the world. These faces are typical. Only about one tooth per thousand teeth had been attacked by tooth decay before they came under the influence of the white man”

“With the advent of the white man in New Zealand tooth decay has become rampant.
The suffering from decaying and abscessed teeth is very great in the modernized Maori”


WATER IN WELLINGTON

 

PETONE AQUIFER FOUNTAIN

Clean drinking water free of the toxins fluoride, chlorine, and aluminium, is available directly from the Petone Aquifer, Corner of Jackson and Buick Streets, Petone Wellington

A handy trick for filling up bottles at the Petone fountain is to stick a plastic card such as a Flybuys card in the side and you can leave it going and just swap over the bottles.

 

 

DOWSE LOWER HUTT FOUNTAIN

The same clean drinking water is also available from the Dowse Gallery Lower Hutt taps, 45 Laings Road Lower Hutt Wellington.

These outlets have the advantage of being faster flowing and if you put a heavy object such as a brick or a full container of water on the button, they will rapidly fill big containers.