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I Day Left to Grab The Primal Life Kit Deal: 30 Popular Products

The deal ends tomorrow, Tuesday at midnight Pacific time. That means you’ve got just over a day as of the time of this writing.

The Primal Life Kit

Let me take a post to tell you why you ought to consider popping for two Jackson’s, less a Washington ($39). Well, first of all because if you pieced these out (not that you would, of course—unless you’re one of those kinds of people), you’re talking four Franklin’s, four Jackson’s, and a Lincoln ($485)—and I don’t know about you, but that’s way too many politicians for my taste.

Here’s what’s in the package:

  • 11 PRIMAL RECIPE AND MEAL PLANNING EBOOKS

  • 4 AUTOIMMUNE AND PCOS EBOOKS (INCLUDING RECIPES AND MEAL PLANS)

  • 6 INFORMATIONAL AND HOW-TO EBOOKS (including my ebook)

  • 2 MEAL PLANS

  • 2 FITNESS PROGRAMS

  • 3 MAGAZINES (ONLINE SUBSCRIPTIONS)

  • 2 BONUSES

  • 8 DISCOUNTS

That’s a lot of stuff. A whole lot. And guess what? You can give some away or even loan it out to various friends, family and co-workers.

The Primal Life Kit

Let me just highlight a few separate items I think might interest you the most.

THE PRIMAL BLUEPRINT MEAL PLAN (regularly $9.99)

The Primal Blueprint eating strategy is simple – eat meat, fish, fowl, eggs, veggies, fruits, nuts and seeds, and a little bit of high-fat dairy. But simple doesn’t mean it’s always easy. That’s where the Primal Blueprint Meal Plan comes in. We provide you with the shopping lists, meal plans, and recipes you need to start eating Primal today.

With the Primal Blueprint Meal Plan you get a new meal plan and shopping list delivered directly to your email inbox every week.

6-WEEK PALEO MEAL PLAN (regularly $59.99)

1 free 6-Week paleo Meal Plan from Paleoista, by Nell Stephenson (author of Paleoista: Gain Energy, Get Lean and Feel Fabulous with the Diet You Were Born to Eat and co-author of The paleo Diet Cookbook).

If you check that link, you’ll see that it’s not just 1-size fits all, but there are 15 separate plans to choose from. You have four plans in different average daily caloric levels (1,600 – 2,400). You have an Acne Plan, Endurance Plan, Autoimmune Plan…CrossFit, Kick-Start, Travel, paleo Kids, Fit into the Wedding Dress, New Moms, and Endurance for VO2 Multisport Athletes. You’re problem there is going to be to decide which one you wish to choose.

And sure, there’s already a lot of info and cookbooks, but one thing I think is fabulous about this deal is three, count ’em, three magazine subscriptions so that you’re getting new content regularly for a whole year.

PALEO MAGAZINE (regular $29)

Free 6-month online subscription (3 issues) and access to all back issues. It’s a beautiful full color magazine with new articles, recipes and food pics every issue and with access to the back issues you’ve got a dozen or so more to peruse. Then can be read in various formats that work on all popular mobile devices.

THE PERFORMANCE MENU: JOURNAL OF HEALTH AND EXERCISE (regular $70)

1 year subscription (12 issues) and 1 year of back issues from catalystathletics.com.

PALEO LIVING MAGAZINE (regular $15.96)

Free 3-month (4 issues) iPad subscription.

So, just for the deals I think really make this package shine, you’re at $185. Not bad, and so much more.

The Primal Life Kit

So click here to find out all about it, all of what’s included and if you like, purchase and check out.

Richard Nikoley

I'm Richard Nikoley. Free The Animal began in 2003 and as of 2021, contains 5,000 posts. I blog what I wish...from health, diet, and food to travel and lifestyle; to politics, social antagonism, expat-living location and time independent—while you sleep—income. I celebrate the audacity and hubris to live by your own exclusive authority and take your own chances. Read More

7 Comments

  1. Leigh on April 8, 2013 at 19:00

    Well…since you put it THAT way…

  2. Kevin on April 8, 2013 at 22:10

    What if I order in the next 5 minutes?….anything?…just pay processing?

    • Richard Nikoley on April 9, 2013 at 04:25

      That’s right. But wait! That’s not all! You also get all the secrets of the universe, plus this combination spaghetti pot / clam steamer. NOW how much would you pay?

  3. LeonRover on April 9, 2013 at 17:17

    Where’s the Kleenex?

  4. Richard Nikoley on April 9, 2013 at 19:27

    “Where’s the Kleenex?”

    We offer that as an add-on with every order, plus all the secrets of the universe. If you want the spaghetti pot / clam steamer, you have to ask for that and there’s an additional processing charge,

    Call now. Have your credit card ready (my people are working by the hour and your fiddling costs me money).

  5. LeonRover on April 9, 2013 at 23:40

    Laff, Richard.

    I’m not Nero & Rome’s sesterces a’int yours.

    I have been a fresh ingredient buyer & cook for decades. My most recent cookbook dates from the ’70’s: I would buy Nothing endorsed on Jimmy’s website.

    I followed Jimmy’s eggfest, and when he gave it up, Jimmy lost my interest.
    Jimbo’s more technical interviewees are sometimes worth a listen, but Jim adds little knowledge and much noise. He is not a “bad person” but Mike Eades represents “good ol’ Boy” style & Jim ought to emulate Mike’s inclusive style rather than the anathematic hill-billy one.

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