Today’s episode is a special around the show where we basically stalked people and asked them to talk to us. We’ve got Mark Sisson, Sarah Ballantyne, The Paleo Mom, we’ve got the folks from Four Sigmatic, Natural Force, Picnik restaurant in Austin, The Kitchun and Beekeepers Natural. We think this podcast will give you a sense of how bustling and full of energy this show was and just how much there was to learn and see and do.
Spanning over three days, Paleo f(x) features multiple stages and a massive vendor fair. It has an array of keynote presentations, mastermind panels, cooking demos, and workshops, all led by cutting edge health practitioners, scientists in a variety of fields, coaches and gym owners, New York Times bestselling authors, popular bloggers, community and sustainability activists, biohackers, chefs, and so much more. Paleo f(x) is a true holistic lifestyle immersion event, encompassing health and wellness, nutrition, fitness, sustainability, self-improvement, and everything in between.
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On today’s show we discuss:
- Mark Sisson’s new products.
- Mark Sisson’s new book, Primal Kitchen Cookbook.
- Where The Kitchun Restaurant franchises are going up across the country.
- The Primal Health Coach app.
- Why Paleo f(x) will be known as Health f(x) next year.
- Sarah Ballantyne’s new product called Collagen Veggie Blend.
- Sarah’s new book, Paleo Principles coming out this September.
- Naomi Seifter’s (of Picnic in Austin) new restaurant.
- The new product, bottled butter coffee.
- Diana Pappas’ (of this Pie is Nuts) thoughts on winning the award for best guilt free dessert of the year.
- Mushrooms with Four Stigmatic’s Taro.
- New products from the founders of Kitchen.
- Some past Paleo f(x) experiences with Tony Federico of Natural Force.
- The new emulsified MCT oil and marine collagen.
- Carly Stein’s company, Beekeepers Natural.
- Carly Stein’s products and what they do.
- And much more!
“We’re trying to change the world with what we do.” — @Mark_Sisson [0:07:06.1]
“All these different elements of the paleo lifestyle that used to be seen as extreme are now being brought into popular culture.” — @mynaturalforce [0:26:37.1]