If you want to digest Dr. Bill’s message as you are out exercising, driving, or even cooking in your kitchen – podcasts are the perfect way to do just that!
Listen as Dr. Bill talks with unique podcast personalities from Robb Wolfe and the Fat Emperor who specialize in food focused podcasts and then take a 180 and listen to Dr. Bill share his survival stories from The Great Human Race on adventure podcasts. There’s nuggets of #eatlikeahuman antidotes in all these podcasts (some are just audio while others are full-fledged videos), so start clicking your way through to deepen your understanding and improve your health!
We’re back in our new studio for episode number 2 with Dr. Bill Schindler and his wife Christina Schindler on video conference from Maryland. What you’ll get from this episode:
– From an anthropological view, what are humans meant to eat?
– How much did animal foods play a role in human evolution?
– The importance of detoxifying plant foods
– How to eat like our ancestors in a modern world
– What the most nutrient dense foods are
– The difference in modern food processing compared to ancient processing
– How to enjoy bread in a safe and nutrient dense way
– Tips on feeding your kids and family
– Hunting your own food
– Eating nose to tail
– Spreading information on ancestral eating
Dr Bill Schindler is an ancestral nutrition expert and university professor looking at human food evolution. We talk about how food is best processed using techniques from our ancestors, what we can learn from ancestral eating and how to incorporate that into our modern day nutrition. Listen out for an exclusive discount code for products on his website www.eatlikeahuman.com
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps one of the most important things for us to consider in order to protect ourselves is to be as healthy as possible. I’ve sought to do this myself through physical training, mindfulness practice, getting the right amount of sleep, and of course, a proper diet. To address the latter component, I’m joined in this episode by fellow archaeologist, Dr. Bill Schindler, who has taken a unique approach to the way he and his family eats by studying the diets of our ancient ancestors.
Part II of conversation with Dr. Mindy Pelz about eating like humans and learning to reconnect with our food.
This episode is all about eating like humans and learning to reconnect with our food.
In this podcast, we cover:
The power of the way our ancestors ate
Thinking about food from a survival standpoint
How technology plays a role in our food consumption
The importance of bacteria and enzymes for our immune systems
Why your children and farmer should know each other
How it’s possible to lose weight and not feel hungry
The ways to teach our kids about honoring food
Podcast Episode 92 is a lively chat with my friend Dr. Bill Schindler, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology. Wow does he know the history of what determined the perfect human diet – and he knows how to tell the story! You can find Bill here: https://www.drbillschindler.com/
Move Wild Podcast, is a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations focused around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey!
Peak Human Podcast | Dr. Bill Schindler on Meat & Human Evolution, Should Humans Eat Dairy or Grains, and the Real Story of Food Processing
Hello everyone, welcome back. I’ve been getting a lot of questions on dairy, grains, food processing, and what humans evolved to eat. This is a very nuanced topic so I wanted to do a thorough podcast with probably the best person in the world to speak on this, Dr. Bill Schindler.
Bill is an experimental archeologist, a chef and a co-star on National Geographic’s show The Great Human Race. He is passionate on following what he calls the Modern Stone Age diet and finding connection with the foods him and his family put into their body!
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.
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Bill Schindler, professor of archeology and anthropology at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.
In this episode of The Warrior Wellness Podcast, Fire Team Whiskey Founder, former Army Captain Stephanie Lincoln interviews Dr. Bill Schindler about his Modern Stone Age Diet approach.
We are so disconnected from our food. Most of us think soup only comes in cans and meat comes on a styrofoam tray wrapped in plastic. It’s time to eat like humans again. In generations past, our ancestors hunted and processed animals themselves. And they respected the animal by using every bit of it to nourish their families.
I am very excited about today’s guest. Dr. Bill Schindler is the founder and director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab, an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland and the co-star of both the National Geographic series, The Great Human Race and Curiosity Stream’s, The Modern Stone Age Family.
Do you eat every bit of the animal? Have you ever gone hunting? Dr. Bill Schindler, star of National Geographic’s “Great Human Race,” makes a case for how and why we should eat nose to tail. And he even convinces me to try something I’ve never before done in my life!
Bill Schindler has experienced firsthand how our ancestors survived the unknown. This week, he shares with us the perils of life 40,000 years ago—from confronting hyenas in the night to eating cold bone marrow.
In this episode, Bill Schindler, PhD—a professor of anthropology & experimental archaeology and Director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab at Washington College—encourages us to reconnect with our food. He makes a strong case that there are important lessons modern society must learn from our ancestral past if we are going to create a healthier and more sustainable food system in the future.
Dr. Bill Schindler, the hands-on anthropologist and archeologist, and overall student of prehistoric and indigenous cultures and tooling, joins us today for what is a truly fascinating and thought provoking discussion on our evolution as a species.
Dr. Bill Schindler is the director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab, an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland and the co-star of both the National Geographic series, The Great Human Race and Curiosity Stream’s, The Modern Stone Age Family. He is a food archaeologist, primitive technologist, and chef.
Meet modern-day Fred Flintstone, Dr. Bill Schindler, a trained archaeologist and primitive technologist who travels the world documenting traditional foodways and works to draw inspiration from the deep archaeological record, rich ethnographic record, and modern culinary world to create food solutions that are relevant, meaningful and accessible.
The founder of Ancestral Insight, Dr. Bill Schindler is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, and the new Director of The Eastern Shore Food Lab. Currently, Dr. Schindler is on sabbatical and he and his family are living abroad in Ireland for a year while he researches for his book on ancestral diets via The Food Evolutions Project.
Welcome to the Human Performance Outliers Podcast with hosts Dr. Shawn Baker and Zach Bitter. In this episode, Dr. Bill Schindler joined the show. Bill is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.
Think of an avalanche, a fossil avalanche. The Siwalik range in north India has surely been hit by one. Forget dig, you don’t even have to scrape the soil’s surface. Massive cracked skulls, fractured tusks and giant fossil limbs are just tossed around on the hillside like chewed scraps of a jumbo feast.
We have lost the ability to think for ourselves when food is concerned. We’re the only animal on the planet that hires nutritionists and dieticians to tell us how to eat. But we’re the sickest species on the planet. Something’s wrong. And Dr. Bill Schindler wants to right that wrong. On today’s episode, Bill, professor of anthropology and archaeology at Washington College, and the director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab, walks us through 3+ million years of diet history to help us get a handle on what our ancestors ate. As we learn about the tools they used and which foods provided the most nutrients, we gain insights into how we can eat and live better today.
Bill describes what main foods were part of the primitive diet, how the diet shifted over time, how the dietary needs of the past compare to ours today, how our ancestors extracted the most nutrients from the raw food they hunted or gathered, and the importance of getting back in touch with our food.
Ancestral diets contain a lot of nutrient dense foods. But the modern diet has overtaken the real essence of how food should be prepared and eaten. There is a lot to learn about how ancestral diets can benefit us. So, to expound more on the components of ancestral diets, we’re learning all of that from Dr. Bill Schindler, my guest on this episode.
Dr. Bill Schindler is the director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab at Washington College where he is also an associate professor of archaeology and anthropology. Two years ago he co-hosted the National Geographic show The Great Human Race. He spent the last year abroad continuing his hands-on research and professional development by immersing himself and his family with indigenous and traditional groups around the world to learn about their food and diets. As an experimental archaeologist and primitive technologist his specialties are in recreating technologies of the past to better interpret our ancestral diets. His current focus is learning how to translate the outcomes of that research into something meaningful for modern day diet and health and is working to fuse lessons from our ancestral dietary past with modern culinary arts to create a food system that is relevant, accessible and meaningful to modern Western life.
We got into so many interesting things like the development of humans and how it tracked with food technology, drinking blood and milk with pastoral tribes in Africa, eating brains, ancient food preparation and hunting, my favorite topic – nutrient density, and so much more. It was so enlightening talking to him, I’ll stop talking now so you can have a listen.
I have to mention the Food Lies film. Preorder on Indiegogo to support its creation and this podcast. Thanks!
Bill Schindler, associate professor of anthropology at Washington College, discusses why today’s dietary culture is out of whack with our body’s needs.
On episode 13 of With Relish, Harry and Aoife take a trip back to their roots, and by that we mean their actual ancient roots. This week’s offering of the podcast looks at the theme of Natural Food.
Manuela Spinelli discusses the annual programme of events hosted by Eurotoques including the organisations upcoming annual awards at Ashford Castle’s walled garden, Sharon Noonan travels to the Burren Slow Food Festival and talks to Orlaigh Meere about her award winning about square pudding and Dr Bill Schindler who was one of the speakers at the festival. Bill is an prehistoric and experimental archeologist from Washington College in the US and is a visiting professor at UCD this year and he enthralled an audience with his presentation “Human Diet – learning to eat again.”
As historic preservationists, we often can fall into only thinking about history through the framework of buildings and sites, or even get caught up on buildings from just one era. That is not the case for our guest today, Dr. Bill Schindler. Bill is one of the world’s leading experimental archaeologists and an expert on primitive technologies and historic foodways.
We would all benefit from a deeper connection to our inner hunter gatherer, an anthropology and archaeology teacher says. Bill Schindler is not your regular college professor. He teaches anthropology and archaeology at Washington College and is known as ‘professor caveman’ for his strong focus on applied learning.
by SQUATCHY | 4 comments
Episode 357 – Dr. Bill Schindler – Food Foraging, and Evolution of The Human Diet
Dr. Bill Schindler is an associate professor at the department of anthropology at Washington College, and is also the Co-star of the National Geographic show The Great Human Race. Listen in as we talk about foraging for food locally and in the wild, the evolution of the human diet, and much more!
#51: Dr. Bill Schindler, The Great Human Race description
Co-Star, Dr. Bill Schindler of National Geographic Channel’s new show The Great Human Race joins me today for the return of an all new season of the Born Primal show! The founder of Ancestral Insight, Dr. Bill Schindler is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.