Are There Paleo-friendly Condiments?

Does time fly, or does it spring? Because it feels like this season is springing away! ;) It’s already week 3 of our ‘Spring into Paleo’ 30 Day Challenge where we’ve been dialing in Paleo for weight loss and autoimmune issues. Sound interesting? Come join us!

In other great news, we’ve got a FREE GIFT for you this week – who doesn’t love that? Especially when the gift is a free jar of Paleo-friendly mayonnaise!

Until supplies run out, our friends at Thrive Market are (generously) offering our Paleo Plan readers a free jar of Primal Kitchen’s Avocado Oil Mayo. It’s the only non-GMO and gluten-free mayonnaise in existence made from nutrient-dense avocado oil, organic cage-free eggs, and whole food ingredients that you can actually pronounce. If you aren’t familiar with Thrive Market, they’re an online health food store selling Paleo staple foods at a serious discount (with free delivery to boot)!

While it’s true that most commercially-available condiments aren’t Paleo, there are a few companies out there making some healthier alternatives. I’ve linked to a few of our favorites below and in our Nutritionist Product Recommendations page.

In true Paleo fashion, most condiments can be made from scratch using real food ingredients. Check the links below for more information about keeping your condiments Paleo, and for some DIY recipes for making homemade mayonnaise, ketchup and mustard.

In good health,
Kinsey Jackson, LMP, MS, CNS®
Paleo Plan Nutritionist

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thrive promoOur friends at Thrive Market are giving away a FREE jar of Paleo-friendly mayonnaise to Paleo Plan readers!

Upgrade your sandwich game with Primal Kitchen’s Avocado Oil Mayo—it’s Paleo-friendly and super delicious! With so many heart-healthy fats, it’ll be your holy grail of condiments!


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Is Mayonnaise Paleo?

MAYOOne of the most-loved condiments around the world is mayonnaise, and those new Paleo often wonder: is it Paleo? The short answer is that, yes, mayonnaise can be Paleo – but there is more to it than just running out to your local grocery store and picking up any ol’ container of mayo…


Bacon & Avocado Lamb Burger w/Buffalo Mayo

Juicy & delicious


Our Favorite Condiments

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Tessemae’s All Natural Ketchup
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Gold Mine Raw & Live Sauerkraut
Annie’s Organic Dijon Mustard

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Is Mustard Paleo?

is mustard paleoThe term mustard is a bit confusing as it refers both to the plant (and its seeds) as well as a commercial product available on grocery store shelves and at restaurants. The mustard plant, is one of the oldest foods consumed by humans and is most definitely Paleo. The commercial product in a jar, unfortunately, is rarely Paleo.


Homemade Paleo Mayonnaise

Easy to make – perfectly thick!


Is Ketchup Paleo?

ketchupAside from a few specialty organic brands, almost no commercially-available ketchup is Paleo. When it comes to popular commercial brands, ketchup is primarily a mix of tomatoes, sugar (and/or High Fructose Corn Syrup and other refined sweeteners), salt, vinegar, onion powder and other seasonings.


Baked Sweet Potato Fries

baked sweet potato fries
The perfect side dish to your favorite burger!


Paleo Plan’s Product Recommendations

storeThanks to the rising awareness about the benefits of the Paleo diet, health food companies are responding by producing a growing variety of Paleo-friendly products that can be ordered online and delivered right to your doorstep! We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite products…check em out!


Kinsey JacksonKinsey Jackson

Kinsey Jackson, LMP, MS, CNS® is a clinical nutritionist specializing in functional and evolutionary nutrition. Her own experience of overcoming multiple autoimmune disorders by adopting a Paleo lifestyle vastly contributes to her passion for helping others to also reclaim their health and vitality by making informed dietary decisions.