Pictured above (on the set of We Love Paleo 2) is Bobby Gill who works for the Savory Institute, and today we’d like to share with you a worthy article presenting the benefits of the Savory Institute’s system.
This article is of utter importance to us because it is one of the fundamental point we shall cover in We Love Paleo 2.
Savory’s mission “to promote large-scale restoration of the world’s grasslands through holistic management” brings forth the notion that the best thing for nature–and us–is to have animals such as cattle grazing the land therefore eating what they were meant to eat and moving like they were meant to move (much like ancient hordes).
With its focus on whole, unprocessed, natural–and whenever possible organic–foods, the ancestral health movement ties in directly with holistic management.
Sure, you don’t have to be paleo to support regenerative agriculture but you would be hard-pressed to find a paleoterian who doesn’t support holistic land management! Case in point: the revival of grass-fed beef spearheaded by the ancestral community.
We know the ancestral movement is pro-Earth (and not at all destructive like some groups would like us to believe) which is why we decided to focus on meat sustainability and regeneration in We Love Paleo 2.
If you want to find out more about the Savory Institute and the good they do in this world (and donate), go here.
Yours in optimal health,
The WLP team