We’re living in a time of innovation, yet we’re sicker than ever before. Find out how ancestral health can halt or even reverse the chronic disease epidemic.
We’re social creatures. We thrive when we feel connected, and we suffer health consequences when we feel alone. Here’s how relationships affect health, and four ways you can build closer connections in your life.
Spending time outside can reduce your stress and bolster your mood, improve your cognition, lower your risks for chronic diseases, and help you live longer. Find out more of the health benefits of green space.
Thanks to ongoing research into the origins of health and disease, we now know more than ever before about diet and pregnancy. And the science is clear: a mother’s dietary choices during pregnancy—and even before...
If you’re confused about what to eat and frustrated by the contradictory headlines popping up in your news feed, you’re not alone. Here's an in-depth look at the question of what we should eat.
Not long ago, the concept of “ancestral health” was met with complete skepticism. But a renewed interest in studying the health of modern hunter–gatherer tribes is signaling a change in conventional thinking.
I’m happy to announce that I’ll be talking about functional medicine and ancestral health in Stockholm, Sweden, and London, U.K., this summer.
If you have not attended Paleo f(x) before, here are five reasons you should join me this year for the world’s premiere wellness event.
One of the questions I get most frequently is how someone can become a functional medicine practitioner. There is an incredibly wide range of roles that lend themselves to this career.