Paleo f(x): More than Just a Hunter-Gatherer Diet

By April 28, 2016Local

From May 26 to 29, thousands will gather at the Palmer Events Center in downtown Austin to immerse themselves in the new wave of nutrition, fitness and preventative healthcare—the real food movement—at the Paleo f(x).

Widely considered the “Who’s Who” gathering in the Paleo, ancestral health and wellness worlds, Paleo f(x) features three full days of presentations, mastermind panel discussions, think tanks, cooking demonstrations, hands-on fitness workshops and competitive fitness challenges, all led by dozens of leading physicians, scientists, New York Times bestselling authors, health entrepreneurs, celebrity athletes, fitness professionals, activists, bloggers and others.

Paleo is based on the notion that, for optimal health, modern humans should return to a diet of non-industrial, unprocessed whole foods. Paleo is more than just a hunter-gatherer diet or food philosophy; it is a holistic lifestyle aimed at preventing disease and experiencing wellness to one’s fullest capacity. Similarly, Paleo f(x) is a holistic lifestyle immersion event.

The event emphasizes a lifestyle based on whole nutrition; optimal and functional fitness; sustainability; humane food and farming practices; cultivating healthy relationships with nature; appreciation of culture; and pursuing happiness as a part of health and fitness. Presentations range from beginner to advanced for all levels of interest. There will be a variety of CEU opportunities for professionals in the health, fitness and wellness community.

Paleo f(x) strives to create a space for networking opportunities with other health and wellness oriented people, as well as hundreds of Paleo-friendly vendors, offering samples and selling products that support health and wellness. Paleo f(x) seeks to form positive relationships in the wellness community and spread health awareness by aligning with other companies, brands, organizations and institutions that share a similar set of core values with Paleo f(x).

Location: 900 Barton Springs Rd., Austin. For more information, visit