What is ecosystem restoration and what are some common challenges of living off-the-grid?
Tao Orion—author, teacher, and mother—shares her experience with us on today's episode of Ancestral Health Radio.
This was a fun chat, for sure. Because some day in the near future I'd like to purchase land and start a family myself.
We discuss the need for a more holistic approach to land restoration, the medicinal properties of certain invasive plant species, and what tending the wild versus plow-based agriculture looks like. [cont.]
Dr. Gerald Pollack joins me on episode #13 of Ancestral Health Radio to discuss the many benefits of water, and, more specifically—it's fourth phase. We also mention water quality, his newest untitled book, and how to supercharge your body with a seemingly unlimited power source... that's right beneath your feet. [cont.]
Today's guest, Dr. John Douillard, author of the controversial new book Eat Wheat: A Scientific and Clinically-Proven Approach to Safely Bringing Wheat and Dairy Back Into Your Diet, joins me on today's episode (#12) of Ancestral Health Radio to talk about exactly that: How to heal your gut and repair dysfunctional detox pathways so you can enjoy the healthful benefits of both cereal grains and dairy.
Tero Isokauppila joins me on episode 11 of Ancestral Health Radio. He and I talk shop on the benefits of medicinal mushrooms, Tero's Finnish ancestry, and the trippy Pagan origins of Jolly Saint Nick. We also cover how to become an expert mushroom forager through Four Sigmatic's Mushroom Academy, and so much more...
Stefano Tripney, contextual movement coach, and all-around cool dude, joins me on today's episode of Ancestral Health Radio. We talk about the three big dojos we should all train in, why change is important for progress, and the subtle tweaks we can make to our lifestyles that can dramatically help our day-to-day movement.