Frank Forencich is an internationally-recognized expert on health and human adaptation. As an engaging speaker and movement teacher, he brings a unique perspective to the human predicament and offers practical solutions for some of the most pressing problems of our age.

 

  • BA Stanford University: Human biology, 1979

  • Member: Council of Directors of the True Health Initiative

  • Black belt rank in karate and aikido

  • Contributor: Paleo Magazine 2012-2016

  • Traveled to Africa on several occasions to study human origins and the ancestral environment

  • Climbed extensively throughout North America

  • Author of several books relating to health and the human predicament

 
 Frank with Kalahari bushmen in Southern Africa

Frank with Kalahari bushmen in Southern Africa

 Addressing the InVivo Conference on Planetary Health: April 2018, Canmore, Alberta

Addressing the InVivo Conference on Planetary Health: April 2018, Canmore, Alberta

 

Presentations

Understanding the Long Body: The Power of Habitat and Tribe in Human Health Frank Forencich

Ancestral Health Symposium 2012 "Ubuntu: a paleolithic perspective on human community and health"

  • Ancestral Health Symposium, 2016

  • Clif Bar, 2014

  • Ido Portal Movement Camp, Singapore 2013

  • Google, 2012

  • Ancestral Health Symposium, Harvard, 2012

  • Dr. Robert Conn Heart Conference, 2011

  • General Electric, 2011

  • Ancestral Health Symposium, UCLA, 2011

  • Stanford University Institute of Design: 2009 - 2011

  • TEDx: Pearl River, Hong Kong, 2010