55 min

Dr Bill Schindler Evolve with Pete Evans

    • Nutrition

An ancestral way of eating is often spoken about in contemporary conversations about healthy diets but that does not mean that all ancestral diets are great ways to nourish the human body. Our guest today, Dr. Bill Schindler, is an Associate Professor of anthropology and archeology at Washington College whose focus is prehistoric technologies, with particular attention to those related to food. His approach is rooted in the past, and he looks to our evolution and history as the main way to contextualize how we should view our present and future.


He has a sensible yet somewhat rebellious way of looking at ancestral nutrition, asking the questions he thinks are missing from this modern debate. For Dr. Bill, it is less about what we were designed to eat and more about how we should be eating what we find around us. He breaks down some of his beliefs around different sources of nutrition and where we can find the most benefit in our present context. We discuss grains and dairy, plant sources and meat, with Dr. Schindler sharing what he believes to be the most important factors to consider.


Towards the end of this episode, we look to the future and imagine approaching, what our guest calls, the perfect human diet. Along the way, we cover dangerous parts of plants, mono-diets, foraging, and the nose-to-tail- approach to hunting. For a far-reaching conversation on the parts of our health we should all be addressing, listen in with us today!


For more information on Dr Bill Schindler please visit https://www.drbillschindler.com/


I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences - join the conversation on my Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/paleochefpeteevans.  
    
For more episodes of Evolve, find us on iTunes at https://apple.co/2NpsIba, Spotify at https://spoti.fi/2NpSiN0, Acast at https://play.acast.com/s/pete-evans, click the link on https://peteevans.com, or just look up "Evolve" in your favourite podcast app.  
  
I'd love to spread the knowledge in these podcasts far and wide. If you liked this episode, I'd love it if you could share it with your friends, and perhaps even leave a review on iTunes.  
  
This podcast is proudly presented by The Institute For Integrative Nutrition, or IIN for short.
I've completed this amazing health training course through IIN, and I would thoroughly recommend it for anyone wanting to start a career in the health coaching and wellness space.
This course is conducted over a year long period and it's constructed in a way that if you're a full time worker or a busy parent or wherever you are in your life will still be able to complete all the required curriculum and modules. 
Please see the link included in this post on my Facebook or Instagram page or on iTunes, to access the free sample class and first module of the program, to get a great taste of the format and structure as well as utilise my special discount that I can offer you if you decide to sign up.
Make sure you tell the admission team that you're part of the Pete Evans tuition savings to claim your very substantial discount visit https://www.integrativenutrition.com
  
Theme music by Mandharu.
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

An ancestral way of eating is often spoken about in contemporary conversations about healthy diets but that does not mean that all ancestral diets are great ways to nourish the human body. Our guest today, Dr. Bill Schindler, is an Associate Professor of anthropology and archeology at Washington College whose focus is prehistoric technologies, with particular attention to those related to food. His approach is rooted in the past, and he looks to our evolution and history as the main way to contextualize how we should view our present and future.


He has a sensible yet somewhat rebellious way of looking at ancestral nutrition, asking the questions he thinks are missing from this modern debate. For Dr. Bill, it is less about what we were designed to eat and more about how we should be eating what we find around us. He breaks down some of his beliefs around different sources of nutrition and where we can find the most benefit in our present context. We discuss grains and dairy, plant sources and meat, with Dr. Schindler sharing what he believes to be the most important factors to consider.


Towards the end of this episode, we look to the future and imagine approaching, what our guest calls, the perfect human diet. Along the way, we cover dangerous parts of plants, mono-diets, foraging, and the nose-to-tail- approach to hunting. For a far-reaching conversation on the parts of our health we should all be addressing, listen in with us today!


For more information on Dr Bill Schindler please visit https://www.drbillschindler.com/


I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences - join the conversation on my Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/paleochefpeteevans.  
    
For more episodes of Evolve, find us on iTunes at https://apple.co/2NpsIba, Spotify at https://spoti.fi/2NpSiN0, Acast at https://play.acast.com/s/pete-evans, click the link on https://peteevans.com, or just look up "Evolve" in your favourite podcast app.  
  
I'd love to spread the knowledge in these podcasts far and wide. If you liked this episode, I'd love it if you could share it with your friends, and perhaps even leave a review on iTunes.  
  
This podcast is proudly presented by The Institute For Integrative Nutrition, or IIN for short.
I've completed this amazing health training course through IIN, and I would thoroughly recommend it for anyone wanting to start a career in the health coaching and wellness space.
This course is conducted over a year long period and it's constructed in a way that if you're a full time worker or a busy parent or wherever you are in your life will still be able to complete all the required curriculum and modules. 
Please see the link included in this post on my Facebook or Instagram page or on iTunes, to access the free sample class and first module of the program, to get a great taste of the format and structure as well as utilise my special discount that I can offer you if you decide to sign up.
Make sure you tell the admission team that you're part of the Pete Evans tuition savings to claim your very substantial discount visit https://www.integrativenutrition.com
  
Theme music by Mandharu.
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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