It’s been 10 years in the works!
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On-Demand Master Classes
Learn how to #eatlikeahuman right from your kitchen Now!
Huge corporations make fortunes by scaring people into thinking they need to spend big on supplements and processed foods. The truth is, you don’t have to. Dr. Bill has a plan for you and your family that will not only save you money, but give you access to delicious and healthy foods. For the first time, the general public has the ability to learn directly from the world-renowned professor, archaeologist, and food anthropologist, Dr. Bill Schindler. Dr. Bill has traveled the world, examined the archeological records, and studied food techniques under traditional groups. These master classes take the guesswork out of what foods you and your family should be eating and then show you how to incorporate them into your daily lives.
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Never step on a scale again.
Eat Like a Human…and start living your life!
Each class goes beyond recipes and explains the historical and archeological significance of traditional food technologies. This virtual classroom connects all the dots and explains how and what humans should be eating based on our ancestors’ diets. Unlock the knowledge of how to eat like a human in your own home while listening to Dr. Bill share techniques, stories from filming The Great Human Race, and antidotes from his own personal health journey.
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FROM STONE AGE TO MODERN AGE
38 countries, 1 year living abroad & 1 TV Show
Our family has travelled the world, shared meals with indigenous groups in remote locations, cooked in professional kitchens, and even lived in a Mesolithic village in Denmark. Currently, we are back in our suburban Maryland neighborhood where we strike a daily balance between the nutritional needs of our stone age bodies and the cultural needs of our 21st century lives – you can imagine how hard that is with 3 teenagers in the house!