TOP 10 PALEO BLOGS ON THE WEB
At Paleo Magazine, we love all things paleo. From our extensive collection of Paleo Diet Recipes to our Paleo Lifestyle Blog, we have dedicated our time and work to making sure to provide quality information about paleo living. Luckilly, we aren’t the only paleo enthusiasts in the world or on the Internet. We decided to put together a special group of 10 exceptional paleo blogs that will be as great of a resource to those new to paleo to paleo experts! Congratulations to our 2014 Paleo Magazine Top 10 Blogs’ Award Winners.
Follow Mark Sisson @Mark_Sisson on Twitter
Mark’s Daily Apple is at the top of every Paleo’s list of internet resources. Mark is truly an asset in the Paleo community. Mark is an endurance athlete with a BA in Biology. He describes himself as “an independent researcher, critical thinker, motivator, and communicator”. Mark acknowledges the trend towards obesity and general unhealthiness in America and has vowed to help change it. Our favorite posts include Why Grains are Unhealthy, Primal Blueprint 101 and The Primal Blueprint Carbohydrate Curve.
Follow Robb @robbwolf on Twitter
Robb Wolf is one of the most distinguished writers in the Paleo community. A New York Times Bestselling author (“The Paleo Solution”) and a former biochemist, Wolff maintains his blog from Reno, Nevada. If you are looking for facts, charts and graphics that will help you understand the science behind the Paleo Diet, this is the site for you. His favorite posts of ours include Red Meat: Part of a Healhty Diet? and Paleo is EXPENSIVE!!!
Similar to the blog Everyday Paleo, The Paleo Diet is maintained by a team of well-educated food experts. The main contributor is Dr. Loren Cordain who many consider to be the authority in paleolithic diets. He has been credited many times as the founder of the Paleo movement. He has been featured on Dateline NBC, and the front pages of the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. His research has appeared in many top scientific journals. He is also the author of many popular books on the subject of paleo. This website, like Robb Wolf’s, is a great place to learn about the science behind the paleo diet, it also contains recipes. Our favorite posts from Loren include The Paleo Diet Premise, and What to Eat on the Paleo Diet.
Follow Michelle @nomnompaleo on Twitter
Nom Nom Paleo is written and maintained by Michelle Tam. Michelle majored in Nutrition & Food Science at the University of California, Berkeley. Her blog focuses on recipes and contains an amazing catalog of them. Her blog was started in 2010 and has since become the go-to-spot for lavish paleo recipes. Our favorite posts from her include Award Winning Paleo Recipes and Paleo Sriracha (Homemade 20 minute Sriracha).
Follow Juli @paleomg on Twitter
PaleOmg Is written and maintained by Juli Bauer. Juli’s blog isn’t too focused on the science behind paleo because she doesn’t even maintain a strict paleo diet. However, she is extremely passionate about food and has some great paleo recipes on her website. Juli is also a crossfit teacher. She is the author of a Paleo cookbook entitled “OMG. That’s Paleo?”. Some of our favorite recipes from her blog include Almost 5 Ingredient Pizza Spaghetti Pie and Sweet Potato Brownies.
Everyday Paleo is different from most paleo blogs in that it is written and run by a group of individuals. Sarah Fragoso, Dain Sandoval, Jason Seib, Mark Purdy and Rachel Zanger are all contributors to this awesome website. The main contributor and webmaster, Sarah Fragoso is the author of numerous Paleo books including a children’s book titled “Paleo Pals: Jimmy and the Carrot Rocket Ship”. Everyday Paleo is also unique in that it maintains a podcast video section. Like most paleo pages Everyday Paleo hosts an extensive online recipe book. Our favorite recipes include Egg Cupcakes! and Homemade Paleo Mayo Cooking Demo.
The Domestic Man is written and maintained by Russ Crandall who is a Russian translator for the US Navy. Russ posts new paleo and gluten free recipes every Tuesday. The Domestic Man was founded in 2010 based on the belief that humans have become domesticated and have lost touch with their lineage. His recipes focus on “classic, traditional, and international dishes from a historical, linguistic, and cultural perspective”. His top posts include Building a Better Chicken Nugget and Grain-Free Flatbread.
Follow them @paleoleap on twitter
Paleo Leap, formerly known as Paleo Diet Lifestyle, is a great resource for those new to the Paleo lifestyle or are interested in learning more about the benefits of Paleo. With easy Paleo cheat sheets and more than 350 paleo cooking recipes, Paleo Leap can surely help anyone “leap” into the paleo lifestyle. Paleo Leap also offers the resources and guidance for the lifestyle changes that eating Paleo-style brings. Notably, Paleo Leap has articles on transitioning to paleo, money saving tips and even an extensive 14-day meal plan to get you started. We recommend checking out their Paleo 101 and Are Nuts and Seeds Healthy posts.
Rubies and Radishes is written by Arsy of Santa Cruz, California. Santa Cruz, Arsy tells us, is something of a mecca for fresh and healthy foods. Arsy grew up in an unhealthy family that struggled with diabetes, high blood pressure and as Arsy puts it, “the list goes on”. This unfortunate experience inspired her to take a different path and choose a healthier lifestyle. She is the author of a cookbook titled “The Paleo Slow cooker”. Her top posts include 30 Paleo Tips & Tricks to Live By! and Homemade Coconut Milk… The Easy Way.
Real Food Liz is ran by none other than “Real Food Liz” formally, “Cave Girl Eats”. Liz is the author of multiple books including one titled “The Skintervention Guide” about the relationship between good skin and a paleo diet. Besides running a paleo blog, Liz is a nutrition coach, active podcaster, magazine columnist, and a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP™) certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association. Her top posts include 5 Reasons Real Eggs Beat Egg Beaters and 3-Ingredient Bacon Jam.