As a leading manufacturer and supplier of health products ranging the spectrum from vitamins to weight loss we’re very aware of what happens within the health space. We’ve watched over time as the Paleolithic diet, also known as the Paleo, Stone Age, hunter-gatherer or caveman diet, has grown in popularity and spread across the web. With this in mind we’ve compiled the best Paleo blogs, including recipe based and generic resource sites about the basics of the Paleolithic diet. We’ve listed them below in no particular order. Happy reading and eating!
Robb Wolf – http://robbwolf.com
Author of the popular book “The Paleo Solution – The Original Human Diet” Robb also runs the “The Paleo Solution Podcast.” This is a great site for general Paleo knowledge and information.
Whole9Life – http://whole9life.com
Founded and run by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig, Whole9 focuses on providing information on healthy eating around nine important factors.
Cave Girl Eats – http://cavegirleats.com/
Liz Wolfe uses her expertise in the health field to blog about the Paleo diet and lifestyle.
Mark’s Daily Apple – http://www.marksdailyapple.com
One of the definitive blogs about the Paleo diet and healthy living, Mark Sisson is founder and editor of Mark’s Daily Apple.
Paleo Hacks – http://paleohacks.com
A comprehensive and very active forum for questions and answers on the Paleo diet.
Paleolithic Diet – http://paleolithicdiet.com/
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Paleo Blocks – http://paleoblocks.com/
Paleo Blocks, run by Leah T and Laura M., features lots of good information on the Paleo lifestyle as well as plenty of tasty recipes.
Balanced Bites – http://balancedbites.com
Founded by the New York Times bestselling author Diane Sanfilippo (Pratical Paleo), Balanced Bites features A LOT of resources on the Paleo diet including recipes, a blog, podcast and more.
Go Paleo! – http://gopaleo.com/
Go Paleo! is a one-stop shop for all things Paleo. They provide news, tips, Paleo diet and lifestyle strategies, a rich directory of resources, eBooks, and products/services for the Paleo community.
The Paleo Diet – http://thepaleodiet.com/blog/
The Paleo Diet is Loren Cordain’s, generally regarded as one of the foremost experts on the Paleo diet, blog and covers the gamut of Paleo topics.
The Clothes That Make The Girl – http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com
Melissa Joulwan blogs about healthy living and the Paleo diet on her blog that includes lots of good recipes.
The Foodee – http://www.thefoodee.com/
Run by Matthew Lucas, probably the best Paleo recipes website out there, The Foodee features recipes from tons of contributors.
Jan’s Sushi Bar – http://www.janssushibar.com
While not a purely Paleo site, Jan’s sushi bar does feature many delicious Paleo recipes for those looking to try something new.
Paleo Parents – http://paleoparents.com/
Since seeing success with the Paleo diet, Stacy and Matthew are now authors of two books and chronicle their adventures in raising their kids using the Paleo diet. Lots of great recipes and an awesome Pinterest board here: http://pinterest.com/PaleoParents/
PaleOMG – http://paleomg.com
PaleOMG features lots of great recipes and fitness information written by Julie Bauer, also the author of the Paleo recipe book called “OMG that’s Paleo?”
Everyday Paleo – http://everydaypaleo.com
Best seller of the book, Everyday Paleo, Sara h Fragoso blogs about her Paleo journey, lifestyle and plenty of recipes!
Whole Life Eating – http://www.wholelifeeating.com/
Not purely Paleo, Tom Denham blogs about healthy eating as inspired by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig of Whole9.
Nom Nom Paleo – http://nomnompaleo.com/
After following her husband’s success on the Paleo diet Michelle Tam blogs about all things Paleo and has a ton of great recipes.
Health Bent – http://www.health-bent.com/
Cross fitters and Paleo enthusiasts Brandon and Megan Keatley have a lot of great resources on training and Paleo recipes.
Multiply Delicious – http://www.multiplydelicious.com/
Mainly a food site, Multiply Delicious doesn’t lack in the number nor the quality of Paleo recipes of all kinds.
Paleo Girl’s Kitchen – http://www.paleogirlskitchen.com/
A fantastic collection of Paleo recipes for all occasions by Kelly Milton.
Elana’s Pantry – http://www.elanaspantry.com
Author of numerous books, Elana Amsterdam has recipes for a wide variety of diets, including the Paleo diet.
Chowstalker – http://www.chowstalker.com/
Chowstalker is a popular community site with healthy recipes shared by many different people. There are lots of yummy Paleo recipes to be found here!
Nutty Kitchen – http://nuttykitchen.com
Jo shares lots of awesome recipes, including plenty of Paleo ones.
Primal & Paleo Recipes – http://www.primalpaleorecipes.com/
Primal and Paleo Recipes is one of the best recipes sites out there. Search the portal of recipes to find Paleo recipes for any occasion as well as lots of other great Paleo resources.
Fast Paleo – http://fastpaleo.com/
Run by James Gregory, Fast Paleo is a great place to share and find new Paleo recipes.
TGIPaleo – http://tgipaleo.com/
TGIPaleo features many, many great Paleo recipes for all types of meals and snacks.
Cranking Kitchen – http://www.crankingkitchen.wordpress.com
Cranking Kitchen is where Julie Campbell “loosely” blogs about the Paleo diet and shares lots of recipes for others to try in their quest to find yummy food.
Modern Paleo – http://blog.modernpaleo.com/
Managed by Christian Wernstedt, Modern Paleo has lots of information about healthy living, nutrition and “a broadly Paleo approach.”
Rubies & Radishes – http://www.rubiesandradishes.com/
Arsy blogs about her life on the Paleo diet and has plenty of recipes to share with fellow Paleo enthusiasts.
A Girl Worth Saving – http://www.agirlworthsaving.net/
Kelly shares tons of Paleo recipes from her own experience living the Paleo diet.
Civilized Caveman Cooking – http://civilizedcavemancooking.com
George shares lots and lots of recipes as well as other Paleo resources for those looking to practice the Paleo diet.
Primal Palate – http://beta.primal-palate.com/
One of the definitive Paleo websites out there, Primal Palate is run by popular authors and enthusiasts Hayley Mason and Bill Staley of the popular book, Make it Paleo. In addition to a ton of recipes, Primal Palate also features lots of great general resources on the Paleo diet.
Virginia is for hunter gatherers – http://vahuntergatherers.com
Brent and Heather share their experiences and recipes from living on the Paleo diet inspired by Whole9 eating principles.
The Paleo Mom – http://www.thepaleomom.com/
Yet another successful Paleo enthusiast, Sarah Ballantyne, shares her many recipes and efforts to help her family and others live the Paleo diet.
The Cavewoman Cafe – http://cavewomancafe.wordpress.com/
The Cavewoman Cafe features a large collection of yummy Paleo recipes of all types and for all occasions.
What I Gather – http://www.whatigather.com
What I Gather has a variety of recipes from Tarah, a happy Paleo convert of multiple years.
Real Food Forager – http://realfoodforager.com/
RFF has recipes not just for the Paleo diet but lots of other good resources for living like your ancestors did.
Paleo Plan – http://www.paleoplan.com/
While it seems the main purpose of the site is more geared towards selling Paleo meal plans and resources, the Paleo Plan offers a lot of free recipes that are worth your time as well.
Three Diets. One Dinner. – http://www.threedietsonedinner.com/
Three Diets, One Dinner features many Paleo recipes as Brittanie lives a Paleo diet and juggles cooking and life with a spouse and son who do not live Paleo.
Paleo in PDX – http://paleoinpdx.com/
Alisa writes about living the Paleo lifestyle in Portland, Oregon. She shares her enthusiasm for health, yoga and fitness, and features many delicious recipes.
Carmen Eat Joy – http://www.carmeneatjoy.com/
Carmen, all the way from Australia, blogs about her obsession of food and shares a plethora of recipes for all to enjoy.
The Domestic Man – http://thedomesticman.com/
Russ Crandall documents his journey of gardening and cooking and shares many Paleo recipes along the way.
Primal Kitchen – http://primalkitchen.blogspot.com
The Primal Kitchen documents not just the challenge of transitioning a family to the Paleo diet but continuing to help them stay on it and sharing the recipes as you go.
Paleo Spirit – http://paleospirit.com/
Lea shares her success she’s had with the Paleo diet as well as explores the benefits for the mind and soul that Paleo offers.
My Paleo Life – http://www.mypaleolife.com/
Brock Brown details his successful experience of the Paleo diet and Cross Fit and shares recipes on his website, My Paleo Life.
Paleo Diet News – http://paleodietnews.com/
What started as recipe site has now turned into a great site for Paleo news and information. Paleo Diet News is run by a team that initially started with Lila Solnik and Barry Cripps.
GrokGrub – http://grokgrub.wordpress.com/
Rachel from GrokGrub explores whole food living and shares many tasty Paleo recipes.
Practical Paleo – http://www.practicalpaleo.blogspot.com/
Menu plans and lots of recipes from a family living within a budget on the Paleo diet.
The Paleo Periodical – http://paleoperiodical.com/
The Paleo Periodical leans towards more Primal recipe and cooking but also has plenty of strictly Paleo recipes as well.
Following My Nose – http://followingmynose.com/
From the founder of Chowstalker, Following My Nose is one of the best Paleo recipe sites out there!
Paleoista – http://paleoista.com/
Author and co-author of Paleo books, Nell Stephenson, talks Paleo and shares plenty of recipes for all.
Cavegirl Cuisine – http://cavegirlcuisine.net/
As the name of the site implies, Cavegirl Cuisine is all about living and eating Paleo – and enjoying all the awesome recipes that come with it.
Swiss Paleo – http://swisspaleo.ch
A team of Swiss based ladies runs Swiss Paleo – and share a lot of good recipes, amongst other things, in the process.
Paleo Pot – http://paleopot.com/
With the purpose of making Paleo living easy for busy lifestyles, Paleo Pot provides a whole lot of crock pot friendly Paleo recipes.
Feel Good Eating – http://feelgoodeating.com/
Feel Good Eating features recipes from several similar diets, including the Paleo diet.
Primal Eats – http://primaleats.wordpress.com/
An extensive collection of Primal and Paleo recipes.
Hopefully we’ve covered all the major Paleo resources sits as well as the smaller blogs that feature a lot of Paleo recipes. Let us know in the comments which ones we’ve missed so we can continue to update our list!