Dangerous Ideas Around Health, Medicine & Food That We MUST Question

Eric Edmeades shares in this A-Fest Talk what we get wrong about health, diet, and nutrition — and how we can make real positive changes.

About The Video

Our bodies are incredibly intelligent systems, but we often don’t seem to respect, or even understand, the complexity of them.

We often try out quick-fix “solutions” expecting the latest fad diet to fundamentally change the way our bodies work.

In his talk from Mindvalley’s A-Fest, WildFit Founder Eric Edmeades explains how us humans have strayed too far from our evolutionary roots.  

The American medical industry, he says, has become a  multibillion-dollar industry that has filled our minds with dangerous and, ironically, unhealthy beliefs about health, medicine, and food.

Watch the video to discover:

  • (2:00) — How we’ve been using the word “diet” in the wrong way;
  • (19:45) — How to increase your awareness and question your beliefs and behaviors to find out what is truly functional for you.

If you’ve ever struggled with diets and nutrition, these changes will help you find a healthy, holistic way to feel your physical best.

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What do you think is the biggest myth we’ve been taught about food? Share it in the comments below.

Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades is an accomplished entrepreneur, author and the architect of several highly effective and transformational seminars, workshops and retreats around the world.

Since he cleared up 10 years of chronic symptoms by changing his beliefs about health and food, it’s been his life’s passion to help people wake up to the reality that, in terms of health, they are off course.

His years of research on the “human diet” — the diet that us humans are meant to be on — led him to develop WildFit, a step-by-step system to quickly transition people to this revolutionary way of looking at health and fitness.

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