2021 Word of Wisdom Conference

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Doctrinal and Practical

When discussing anything of a religious nature, it is important to stay close to the scriptures and the doctrine. This has been our main focus throughout our book and past conferences. This year, with the doctrinal foundation, we’re going to go deeper on practical ways that you can better live the Word of Wisdom. We will be addressing topics such as:

  • Does God care about our physical health?
  • What do the scriptures say about health?
  • What a healthy diet looks like
  • How to eat healthy on a budget
  • How to help your kids eat healthy
  • Important herbs for healing
  • How to find the best herbs
  • How to make your own herbal medicine
  • Much more…

This year the conference will be FREE with the option to give a donation.  

Featured Speakers

Cassidy Gundersen

Cassidy Gundersen

Cassidy Gundersen holds a PhD in health and nutrition, is the best-selling author of two books and is the owner of Spiro Health & Wellness. She has educated people from all over the world on nutrition. She has been featured in places like the United Nations, KSL, FIRM Foundation Conference, Living Scriptures, and more. Cassidy has healed many of her own health problems through the doctrinal applications of faith, herbs, and mild foods. 

Jordan Gundersen

Jordan Gundersen

Jordan Gundersen is a Master Herbalist and co-author of the best selling book: The Word of Wisdom: Hope, Healing, and the Destroying Angel. Jordan loves the scriptures and loves to find practical ways to apply them. Since becoming a Master Herbalist, Jordan has developed many original herbal formulas that have brought much healing to the individuals who have used them. 

Patrick Olson

Dr. Patrick Olson is an orthopedic surgeon with The Orthopedic Partners, an RCM Clinic, in Park City, Utah, specializing in hand, wrist, elbow & trauma orthopedic surgery.  He completed his undergraduate degree from BYU. Following college, he obtained a Master’s in Public Health and Doctor of Medicine degrees at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Patrick completed his orthopedic residency at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire and a Master’s in Healthcare Leadership at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.  Upon completion of his residency, he went to New York City to complete a subspecialty fellowship in elbow, wrist, hand, and microsurgery at Columbia University Medical Center. While he was in New York, he came across research on the benefits of a whole foods plant-based diet and quickly made the transition to a plant-based lifestyle. He has completed his certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University. He currently resides in Park City with his wife Emily and their four children, raising them on a plant-based diet.

Dan and Iris Thieme

Dr. Dan Thieme is a devoted husband and father of 6 children and 2 grandchildren. He started a successful optometric practice, Meridian Family Eyecare, 26 years ago.  Dr. Thieme enjoys all aspects of eye care including eye health exams for glasses and contact lenses, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and surgical care of cataract and LASIK patients. His whole-body approach to eye disease and systemic conditions (diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol, and auto-immune diseases) is a focus in his work.

Iris Thieme has loved being a full-time mom raising her 6 children. She is particularly enjoying being a grandmother of 2 little boys. She has been the bookkeeper for her husband’s optometric practice for over 20 years.
Because of a health crisis at age 41, Iris became a sponge for nutrition education and pursued a career as a health coach. She started her coaching business, Your Whole Life after receiving her certificate as a health coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, with an additional advanced course on the psychology of emotional eating. Her greatest desire is to help others discover how nutrition is key to regaining their own health!

Greg Hall

Greg Hall

Greg Hall is the owner of Khorasan Mills in Pleasant Grove, Utah, where he works with farmers and mills in the inter-mountain region to source healthy, organic ancient grains and flour. Greg also teaches about ancient grains, making breads using ancient grains, as well as sourdough and cereals using these healthy grains. A professional baker for 10 years, Greg understands the issues with modern vs ancient varieties of wheat, how these ancient varieties can help improve our health and also help us make better choices for the grains we choose to eat.

Faith Ralphs

Faith Ralphs, blogger at FaithfulPlateful.com, currently lives in the Boise, Idaho area with her husband and two young children. She grew up eating a standard American diet, but doesn’t want the standard American diseases, so she’s transitioned to a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle over the past 12 years. She has a degree from Brigham Young University in Public Health, and has been a health coach for WW for the past 4 years. She loves to show others how simple and delicious whole, plant foods can be.

Amanda Sanchez

Faith Ralphs, blogger at FaithfulPlateful.com, currently lives in the Boise, Idaho area with her husband and two young children. She grew up eating a standard American diet, but doesn’t want the standard American diseases, so she’s transitioned to a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle over the past 12 years. She has a degree from Brigham Young University in Public Health, and has been a health coach for WW for the past 4 years. She loves to show others how simple and delicious whole, plant foods can be.

Donate

Because we’re not working with any advertisers and admission is free, we’re self-funding the conference this year. We want to make sure that as many people have the opportunity to watch that would like to. If you would like to help us keep these conferences free, please consider making a donation below. Thank you in advance!

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