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Eat like humans


Informed by the Past. Inspired by the Future.

Current Projects

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Eat like humans


Informed by the Past. Inspired by the Future.

Current Projects

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Food Anthropologist Dr. Bill Schindler is on an international quest to discover what we should eat. He and his family uncover ancient culinary practices and show how they can bring simplicity and good health to the modern kitchen.


I am on a mission to reconnect you with the diet you were designed to eat.

I am convinced that the answer to our modern dietary issues can be found through a comprehensive understanding of our deep dietary past and our diverse dietary present. As an archaeologist, I scour the archaeological record for insight/clues to how our ancestors fed themselves for millions of years. As an anthropologist, I conduct research with living cultures around the world to understand how they make use of traditional methods to transform the resources around them into the safest, most nutrient dense and bioavailable food possible for the human body. I then use my experimental archaeology and modern culinary training to transform my research into lessons that are relevant, meaningful, and accessible to our modern-day lives. Most importantly, as a father of three, I am dedicated to finding ways to make all of this work in our modern-day lives for my family…and yours. I am so excited to share the results of my work with you - welcome to the Modern Stone Age Diet.

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Latest Blogs


Latest Blogs


 

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Current Press


Current Press


Keynote Address

 

Dr. Bill Schindler is not your traditional anthropologist. He shares his work at the XStem Conference.

 

Articles

Article in  Edible Delmarva  by Kate Livie (June 1, 2019)

Article in Edible Delmarva by Kate Livie (June 1, 2019)

 
Article  by Hannah Combs featured in Star Democrat, Record Observer and Kent County Times (December 2018)

Article by Hannah Combs featured in Star Democrat, Record Observer and Kent County Times (December 2018)


Interviews

Bill talks to CNN reporter Brooke Baldwin concerning hiker. Amanda Eller, surviving 17 days in the thick forest of Hawaii.

 

Dr. Bill Schindler discusses the new venture in Chestertown - Washington College's Eastern Shore Food Lab.


Podcasts

 

Follow the Adventure at @DrBillSchindler