Flaws in USDA Dietary Guidelines, According to Sally Fallon Morell

by Kimberly Hartke, Publicist Weston A. Price Foundation

Here is the video of speech given by Sally Fallon Morell at the Valentine’s Day press conference. It now includes the powerpoint slides.

Sally is the President of the Weston A. Price Foundation, and this speech, entitled Flaws in the 2010 USDA Dietary Guidelines describes the importance of saturated fats in the human diet and the scandal of their demonization by public officials.

She also introduces alternative dietary guidelines, called Healthy 4 Life, which hails back to a 4 basic food groups approach, which was the way vital nutrition was taught in the U.S. prior to 1980, when the pyramid concept was first introduced.

Part 1

Part 2

The video is also available in one video on our new The Weston A. Price Foundation Bliptv channel. Here is the link:

http://westonaprice.blip.tv/file/4803790/

All the rest of the speakers presentations are available on our YouTube Channel:

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheWestonAPrice

Here is a link to the Healthy 4 Life booklet that Sally introduced at the press conference:

http://www.westonaprice.org/healthy4life.html

Here is a link to the text of some of the speeches on the WAPF website.


Kimberly Hartke is the publicist for Weston A. Price Foundation.

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Comments

  1. The government panel provides bad information, and the Weston A Price Foundation responds with the truth in this terrific press conference. If you want to know the truth about food, what to eat, what not to eat, it is right here.

  2. Wonderful! Thanks for making it into two distinct segments. I was dreading watching the whole two hours! I believe in everything that Sally said except her last comment of “Our aim is not to change the USDA or the guidelines” — I think this is the most important part. In the future hopefully we WILL be able to change how our country eats. She is right – it does start at home by educating the parents and children. But changing the guidelines of the USDA is essential if our country is to thrive. This is a LONG process, but every press conference and piece of literature and educational class helps. SPREAD the word!!

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