Paleo f(x) is this Weekend!

Yee Hank! It’s an exciting week! Sally and I are gearing up to travel to Austin, Texas for Paleo f(x)™ – the world’s largest and most epic Paleo health and wellness event of the year!

We’re super pumped to mingle with other like-minded Paleo peeps, taste the newest and greatest foods the Paleosphere has to offer, while attending 3 days of exciting presentations by some of the world’s top ancestral health leaders. If you can’t make it in person, you can still get in on the action via the Paleo f(x) Free Live Stream – free to watch from May 27th-29th!

While we’ve been busy packing our bags for Austin, Aimee has been busy writing up a storm on the blog. Did you hear that the warning against cholesterol was at long-last removed in the recently updated USDA Dietary Guidelines? Aimee breaks down the new guidelines from a Paleo perspective, and takes things a step further explaining why people should eat dirt!

Are you wondering what cassava flour is, and how to incorporate it into your Paleo baking? Looking for the best Paleo pot pie that money can buy? Or perhaps you’re wondering about protein powders and whether or not they’re Paleo. Aimee’s been writing about all of these topics (and more) on the Paleo Plan blog.

Do you have any exciting plans for this Memorial Day weekend? If you’re fixin’ to party it up (but want to keep it Paleo), here’s some helpful Paleo party tips along with 5 Failsafe Paleo Potluck dishes. Confused about alcohol on the Paleo diet? Check out our posts about boozin’ it up here and here.

Wishing you have a safe, healthy, and fun Memorial Day weekend!

“Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”
— John F. Kennedy
In good health,
Kinsey Jackson, LMP, MS, CNS®
Paleo Plan Nutritionist

Updated US Dietary Guidelines

Paleo PlanEvery 5 years the US government updates and modifies dietary guidelines that Americans are supposed to follow for optimal health. The USDA and Health and Human Services compile the reports, and apparently they expect us to sift through more than 200 pages, when the fact is that such guidelines could easily be summed up in two pages (like this blog post).


New Recipe!
Beets & Berries Smoothie


Full of antioxidants & healthy fats


Take Paleo To-Go

Jilz Snackers
Jilz Snackers –
Gluten-Free Crackers
YAWP! Bars –
Unprocessed &
whole ingredients
Paleo On The Go
Paleo On The Go –
whole meals to travel with
Vital Choice
Vital Choice Select Seafood Sampler – Sustainably harvested

Paleo f(x) Keynote Speakers!

Primal Endurance
Primal Endurance:
Go Faster by
Going Slower

by Mark Sisson
Paleo Lunches on the go
Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts On the Go
by Diana Rodgers
& Robb Wolf
Food Rules
Food Rules: A Doctor’s Guide to Healthy Eating
by Cate Shanahan
brain maker
Brain Maker
by Dr. David Perlmutter

Kinsey and Sally do Paleo f(x) 2015!

Paleo PlanWe had an incredible weekend at the 4th annual Paleo f(x)! When we weren’t meeting, greeting and getting to know fellow Paleo peeps, we were picking the brains of doctors, researchers, leaders and organizers in the community who have committed their careers to the field of ancestral health.  We met gurus Robb Wolf, Mark Sisson, Chris Kresser…


New Recipe! Ratatouille
Chicken Casserole

Easy to put together
for  a weeknight meal.


Are you Summer-ready? Join our Paleo Challenge!

Paleo PlanSummer’s just around the corner, which means we’re gearing up for our Summer 30 day Paleo challenge, which will fire off the day before summer solstice (June 19th) – mark your calendars!

If you haven’t yet joined our Facebook challenge group, well, you should! We’d love to help you to ‘go Paleo’ and ‘stick with it’! Did I mention the challenge is FREE for Paleo Plan members?


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.