How To Feed Your Human, Part 3 - Arthur Haines #78

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In the third and final installment of the How To Feed Your Human series, Arthur and I cover the fungal, bacterial, elemental and experiential food groups. This is one of my favorite conversations with Arthur to date! Topics range from adaptogenic mushrooms to lacto-fermented foods to the loss of firsthand experience and so much more.

I hope this series has inspired you to reclaim your genome and begin to live a lifestyle with the Neo-Aboriginal of the future in mind!

As you know, this is the last episode of the ReWild Yourself! podcast before we take a brief pause to reformat and revamp the show. What an incredible journey this podcast has been thus far, and I cannot wait to connect with you again in early 2016!

Episode Breakdown:

  • Fungi are not plants
  • Immune-modulating components of fungi
  • Cultivated vs. wild mycelium
  • Pick your favorite fungi game
  • Civilization is an alcoholic
  • Eating scoby's
  • How to get probiotics in your diet
  • Favorite lacto-fermented foods
  • Getting dirty with soil microbes
  • Elemental food
  • Cold plunging and cryotherapy
  • The loss of firsthand experience
  • Importance of staying in motion
  • Vital experiential foods for the healthy human
  • Putting stress in perspective
  • Spending time in natural settings
  • Being eco-centric rather than ego-centric

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Greetings! My name is Arthur Haines and I’ve been helping people explore human ecology for over 20 years. I’ve done this with the mission of developing deep awareness of and connection to nature, promoting individual health, and fostering self-reliance. Wild food is a passion of mine, and through this, I offer a glimpse of our past and a new picture of our future. Through this knowledge, and many other facets of our shared ancestral lifeways, we can awaken a rewilding of our body, mind, and heart.

I endeavor to share knowledge garnered from this perspective, one that merges the material knowledge of present-day people with the ecological knowledge of ancestral people.

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