Your consultation with a GP doesn’t have a script or a recipe. Once the door is shut, anything can happen. There is no rehearsal or practice run. The GP has to improvise. The patient takes the lead. It’s a bit like theatre sports with ‘The Improvisers” – the patient takes the leading role, there is a start, a finish and a ‘theme’ but there is no script.
Wellington GP, Dr Pam Olver, reflects on the empowerment that an ancestral health perspective brings both her patients and herself as a general practitioner.
Colin Charan-Kumpula, who has worked in Public Health since 2006, shares his unique perspective on public and ancestral health.
Phil Becker is your average Joe Kiwi, living in the coolest little capital in the world. He shares what living an ancestral life has meant to him and the health of his family.
Wellington GP, Dr Greg Brown, discusses his Christian perspective on Ancestral Health.
Peter Tainui offers the perspective of someone on a journey to discover the riches in their ancestry and what it means for one’s health.
Mikki Williden, PhD., an academic nutritionist and researcher, reflects on her pathway into the evolutionary biology paradigm and the ancestral health mindset.
Dr Anastasia Boulais uses the knowledge of doctors and the wisdom of grandmothers to teach her patients about health.