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Ancestral Health Radio is a weekly podcast hosted by James Kevin Broderick and is dedicated to bridging the divide between modern technology and our inherent ancestral wisdom. Learn to realign your genetic makeup for peak health, fitness, and longevity with actionable how-to advice from today's leaders in nutrition, movement, and lifestyle.
 
Brought to you by Physicians for Ancestral health and hosted by Drs. Tommy Wood and Josh Turknett, the Physicians for Ancestral Health podcast is devoted to exploring how we can integrate ancestral health principles into modern medical care to sustain health and wellness and prevent and treat chronic disease.
 
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Dr. Rick Henriksen, MD, is a board-certified family physician based in his hometown of Salt Lake City, Utah. He was the first President of Physicians for Ancestral Health (PAH), and recently founded Kestrel Wellness, which uses a Direct Primary Care model of service delivery. Over the past decade Rick has been using Integrative Medicine and Ancestr…
 
In this episode, Dr. Tommy Wood interviews fellow PAH co-host, Dr. Josh Turknett. Josh is a Board Certified Neurologist, musician, and former migraine sufferer. He is the author of The Migraine Miracle, which outlines his method for preventing migraines using ancestral health principles. He is also the founder of Brainjo, the first music instructio…
 
In this episode of the Physicians for Ancestral Health Podcast, hear PAH President Dr. Tommy Wood's remarkable scientific journey from biochemistry to neonatal neurobiology to elite performance coaching, along with his thoughts on the future of PAH and the ancestral health movement. Learn more at ancestraldoctors.org/podcast…
 
In this inaugural episode of the Physicians for Ancestral Health Podcast, your hosts Dr. Tommy Wood and Dr. Josh Turknett discuss why our organization exists, how modern medicine is increasingly misaligned with the health care needs of the population, and the ways in which we hope to influence the future of medicine for the better. Learn more at an…
 
Although making up 13 percent of the population, African Americans own less than 1 percent of the rural land in the United States. White Americans, however, own a staggering 856 million acres, which is about 98 percent of all rural property in the United States. Wild, right? So it's not crazy when I say that communities of color, low-income residen…
 
Is the first person to live to 1,000-years-old, alive today? And if that's true, what does that inevitably mean for the future of the human condition? One of the world's leading anti-aging researchers, Aubrey De Grey, (and strangely—my neighbor) believes that to be 100% true. Because, well, Aubrey's the one who said it. And if what Aubrey says is t…
 
Did you know that some scientists say that oaks produce more nuts annually than every other nut tree—both wild and commercial—combined? Nuts, right? (Yeah, yeah—laugh it up. The pun was intended.) Acorns, or oak nuts, are nutritional powerhouses. Depending on the species, a single acorn can contain up to 18% fat, 6% protein, and 68% carbohydrate—wi…
 
Think about this for a second: More Americans hunt and fish than play baseball. What a trip, right? That's more than 38 million Americans. And if that doesn't surprise you, this will: Hunting—overall—brought in more revenue ($38.3 billion) than Google ($37.9 billion) or the Goldman Sachs Group ($36.8 billion). Now ask yourself this question: "Why d…
 
Is it possible to heal trauma in our personal and family lives by connecting with our well, deceased ancestors? Well... Provided you possess a beginner’s mindset equipped with the right animistic framework, my guest today, Dr. Daniel Foor of AncestralMedicine.org, would say yes—you absolutely can. This week, Daniel and I delve into practical animis…
 
Have you ever thought of starting a homestead on your journey towards ancestral health? How about composting or gardening? Well... Today is a special opportunity to help a community member whose passion is about dismantling the industrialization of people and food through the acquisition of abundant, sustainable, and regenerative homesteading skill…
 
Can agriculture be a sustainable path forward? This is the main question surrounding today's episode: Can we use the same technology that, arguably, has been one of the single-most destructive advents in the epoch of human history to move or usher us forward into a time where we're projected to hit an all-time population density of 9.5 BILLION peop…
 
Did you know... That the average woman uses 12 products per day containing over 168 ingredients (absorbing close to 4 and a half pounds of toxic chemicals a year)... A man goes through 6 products with 85 ingredients... A child is exposed to 5 products with 61 ingredients... Whilst a teenage girl is exposed to a whopping 17 products with over 230 in…
 
Guys, listen up... About every two weeks, another language dies. Or, perhaps, a dialect. There are over 231 completely extinct languages and 2,400 of the world’s languages are considered to be in danger of dying out. That's why today's guest—Willem Larsen of the College of Mythic Cartography—joins me on the Season 2 Premiere of Ancestral Health Rad…
 
Did you know that more than an estimated 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease? And up to 60 percent of those with thyroid disease are unaware of their condition. Crazy, right? Not only that, but women are five to eight times more likely to develop thyroid problems than men. And one in eight women will develop some form of thyroid …
 
According to the SSA (Self Storage Association), the United States has upward of 50,000 storage facilities, more than five times the number of Starbucks. Right now, at this very moment, there are 7.3 square feet of self storage space for every man, woman and child in the nation. That means that it is physically possible to have every American stand…
 
What is Leaky Gut Syndrome? Well... Leaky Gut Syndrome, or intestinal hyperpermeability, is where the small gaps in your intestinal wall -- or “tight junctions” -- become loose due to pro-inflammatory foods and stressors. These loose intestinal walls can then lead to inflammation that can affect the whole body by allowing harmful bacteria and toxin…
 
Episode Breakdown The disillusionment of our culture and where Steven believes many of us begin our search The story and connection between Steven and his grandfather (hint: grafting) Steven mentions a few of his inspirations and resources from living in the woods Steven discusses what brought him out of the bush Steven talks about age and the illu…
 
Hey Tribe! Welcome back to part two of How to Uncage a Human with Jonathan Mead. I'm going to try and do a little something different with today's show... At the end of today's show, I'm going to summarize the key points mentioned, give action steps, as well as a system to help you succeed. However... I'm going to demand I hear back from you -- the…
 
Guys... Today is special. Today's guest is a dear friend of mine: Jonathan Mead of Uncaged Human. Jonathan is a primal movement enthusiast and educator in Portland, Oregon. He and I are close friends and accountability partners. Today's episode is special because it not only has one of my favorite movement coaches online today (Jonathan), but it al…
 
Did you know that approximately 50 million Americans, 20 percent of the population or one in five people, suffer from autoimmune diseases? And women are more likely than men to be affected; some estimates say that 75 percent of those affected–some 30 million people–are women. That's why on today's episode I have a special guest, Dr. Terry Wahls, au…
 
What are the "rampy-ramps" and why are they so coveted among foodies and chefs? Alan Bergo and I join forces on today's episode to discuss the obsession over wild leeks, mid-western matsutakes, and edible weeds. We also talk about how Alan grew up in Minnesota, how Alan's style of mushroom picking has evolved over the years, and how Alan jokingly s…
 
It might shock you to know that the clothing industry is the second largest polluter in the world... second only to oil. On today’s podcast, Denby Royal—holistic nutrition and eco-fashion consultant—joins me on another fascinating episode of Ancestral Health Radio. Denby and I discuss why westerners commonly fail to think about their clothing's env…
 
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 …
 
What is EZ water? And why the heck is it important? 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 be…
 
Plant domestication, most scientists think, made its debut some 10,000 years ago, with grain storage cropping up about 11,000 years ago. An ancient site in Israel yielded a hearty collection of grains, which were dated to about 23,000 years ago, according to a 2004 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences paper. But such an early appearance …
 
Did you know... Some of the oldest living mushroom colonies are fairy rings growing around the famous Stonehenge ruins in England? The rings are so large that they can best be seen from airplanes. Crazy, right? Well, be prepared to dive headfirst into mycology 101 with Tero Isokauppila, founder of the popular 'shroom company... FourSigmatic.com Fou…
 
Is the world your dojo? It most certainly is for today's guest — contextual movement coach — Stefano Tripney. If the two words contextual movement throw you a bit off, no worries. Stefano explains exactly what that is and how it can apply to you and your day-to-day. He also shares his early experiences with coaching and a bit of the history that le…
 
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