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Welcome to ETHOS.

A place to learn the tools necessary to increase your overall quality of life for a better, stronger, healthier, you. 

We All Have A Desire To Live Strongly.

Mismatch

Why are so many of us suffering from illnesses? Put simply, there’s a mismatch between our bodies and our environment.

All organisms on Earth are adapted to live in a specific environment. A mismatch occurs when that environment changes dramatically—and the organism has no time to adapt. To solve that problem, we need to correct the mismatches through ancestral health, modern science, and self-care. By following examples set by our hunter-gatherer ancestors, we can enjoy long, healthy lives free from illness.

 

That means eating whole, nutrient-dense foods (not processed toxins), exercising often (not leading sedentary lives), and embracing time-tested stress management techniques, sleep habits, and other ancestral lifestyle approaches (not leading lonely, busy lives).

 

Combining Ancestral health strategies with modern evidence-based health science we are better able to align our bodies more closely with our environment, optimize longevity, immunity, and metabolic health thus shifting the focus away from treating illnesses as they occur to preventing them from developing in the first place. 

Drug and Syringe

Peptides

Image by Ava Sol

Gut Health

Image by Robina Weermeijer

Cognitive Health 

Image by National Cancer Institute

Hormone Optimization

Raw Beef on Wooden Plate

Nutrition 

Image by Jared Rice

Lifestyle 

Consulting by Kacey James FNTP

Disclaimer :

I am not a doctor or mental health professional. my services are not a substitute for professional medical or mental health advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical or mental health condition. Coaching sessions and in-between session communication is for informational purposes only and is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional or mental health advice, diagnosis, or treatments.