Learn to live a healthy life by following ancestral principles.

Living Ancestrally

“Fuerat aestu carentem habentia spectent tonitrua mutastis locavit liberioris.”

– Adam Sendler

Featured Course

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Ancestral Living for Families (30 Lessons)

Learn about ancestral health principles in our mega 30-lesson health curriculum. Topics covered include nutrition, gut health, sunlight, organic vs. non-organic, humanely-raised animals, regenerative agriculture, and much more!

Who We Are

We are passionate about educating families on how to live more of a radical and healthier lifestyle. Our desire is that families would have the ability to live life with less inflammation as all of our ancestors did generations ago. 

Processed foods, GMOs, food coloring, electronics, pesticides, artificial indoor lighting are all unnatural and toxic aspects, yet tools of a typical modern lifestyle. Whereas, sunlight, fresh air, hiking, organic gardening & farming are all aspects of a more natural lifestyle that our ancestors of generations ago relied on. 
 
The importance of having a healthy gut, oral, and skin microbiome are essential for long-term health. Gut dysfunction is often touted by functional health experts as the cause of all chronic diseases.
 
Our goal is not just to flatten, but to help reduce the tremendous curve of chronic health conditions. Better health starts with us as individuals being educated and striving to live healthier.
 
If you are interested in gut health, leading a lower toxin lifestyle, or lowering inflammation then you are in the right place!
 
Living healthier does not just mean taking care of our bodies, it also means that we need to care for the environment that we live in while also inspiring others to join us along the way. 
 
Join us on this life-changing mission!

Upcoming Tours & Destination

Fuerat aestu carentem habentia spectent tonitrua mutastis locavit liberioris. Sinistra possedit litora ut nabataeaque. Setucant coepyterunt perveniunt animal! Concordi aurea nabataeaque seductaque constaque cepit sublime flexi nullus.

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