With it being possibly the healthiest way to eat, the Paleo Diet’s popularity has rocketed in recent years.
Also known as the Caveman Diet, the Paleo Diet looks back at what our hunter-gather ancestors ate, to get you eating in a healthy way that works with your genetics.
When it comes to information on Paleo, from what to eat, to some great recipes, there is an overwhelming amount to choose from online. So we did the hard work for you and put together a list of 30 of the very best Paleo related resources out there.
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Mark’s Daily Apple is a blog covers exercise, nutrition and other areas of life as well as discussing the paleo diet quite a lot. Mark’s site aims to help people live the healthiest life possible and, as the name of the site suggests, is updated on a daily basis. A great site for practical information and tips you can use in life.
A fantastic resource for anyone interested in Paleo. The site includes a great blog, recipes, book recommendations and is home to The Paleo Diet Podcast.
Robb Wolf is a respected figure in the world of nutrition and the New York Times best selling author of The Paleo Solution – The Original Human Diet. He has also help hundreds of thousands of people via his book, speaking at seminars and the extremely popular Paleo Solution Podcast.
Chris is well respected in the world of Paleo and his site covers a variety of health topics. He is the author of the New York Times best seller, Your Personal Paleo Code and also runs the Revolution Health Radio podcast.
Nom Nom Paleo is run by Michelle Tam and is crammed full of Paleo recipes. If you’re looking for meal ideas, you definitely won’t struggle to find something in the site’s huge recipes index.
Elana’s Pantry covers a number of topics and diets such as gluten free, keto and of course, paleo. She has some great paleo recipes on the site and is the author of the New York Times best selling cookbook, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry.
Dallas Hartwig, co-founder of Whole9, is on the advisory board for Paleo f(x) and although Whole9 covers many health related topics, paleo is a big topic within the site.
PaleOMG is full of quite unusual and unique recipes, as well as weekly workouts and fashion categories aimed at the ladies out there.
Balanced Bites is full of great recipes and plenty of easy to follow videos. They use a lot of content types including videos, podcasts, books and challenges etc. Balanced Bites aim to help you make healthy choices for your body, mind and spirit.
Against All Grain is all about food and mostly made up of recipes. The site’s creator, Danielle Walker, also has a great YouTube channel with easy to follow videos and is the author and photographer of the New York Times best selling cookbook, Against all Grain.
This site is perfect for those looking to learn about Paleo or looking to transition into Paleo. Full of useful info and some tasty sounding recipes such as the Spicy Cranberry Meatballs.
Creators, Brandon and Megan, have been eating Paleo since 2007. As well as their personal blog, their site contains a huge recipe index packed with ideas that will help you keep things interesting.
Melissa Joulwan’s site contains info about the Paleo diet, meal plans, cookbooks and another huge list of recipes to help you mix things up.
Not only is the blog packed with useful info but the site also offers weekly meal plans, shopping lists, loads of delicious recipes, and at-home bodyweight workouts.
The Paleo Mom is run by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, PhD. Sarah has been featured on cooking programmes and also co-hosts The Paleo View podcast. Plus, she’s also a bestselling author, check out her books The Paleo Approach, The Paleo Approach Cookbook, and The Healing Kitchen.
On top of all these achievements, she also has the academic experience to backup everything she writes. With a PHD in Medical Biophysics , it’s safe to say she knows a thing or two about health. After trying to lose weight on many diets that just didn’t work for her, she discovered the wonders of following a paleo diet, and shares her delicious family friendly paleo recipes via her blog.
Hayley and Bill created Primal Palate in order to develop their love of cooking and share handy paleo friendly recipes. They initially started cooking at home, and simply posted pictures of their tasty meals, but later, this developed into something more.
After being hooked on all things paleo, they kept blogging about their paleo lifestyle, and eventually got contacted by a publishing company. They published Make it Paleo, which was actually one of the first paleo books on the market. Their site, which launched in 2012 now has uploadable recipes, free meal planning tools and pre-populated meal plans.
As it states in the titles, Civilized Caveman Cooking goes back to basics when it comes to food. All the recipes are paleo friendly, but, they are also totally mouthwatering! The site is run by George, family man and author of the New York Times Best-Selling cookbook The Paleo Kitchen. George does all sorts of scrumptious recipes including muffins, protein smoothies, paleo friendly donuts, scones, soups and sauces.
Paleo Parents is a paleo-friendly blog that follows the lives of Stacey, Matthew and their three boys. If you are looking for a paleo blog that also doubles as a family and lifestyle blog, then this site is for you.
Stacey started her paleo journey after years of struggling with her weight and trying lots of different diets that never worked. She found out about the paleo diet online, and hasn’t looked back ever since. Their site has lots of recipes, tips on eating a paleo diet and updates about their family life.
Sarah’s is the author of the book ‘Everyday Paleo’, and she shares many recipes and ideas from her book on her blog. Follow her healthy lifestyle and find some yummy paleo recipes to follow such as pizza recipes, soups, cauliflower rice, burgers, salads and homemade coconut and almond milk. She also runs a podcast called ‘Better Everyday’ which focuses on health, diet and beauty issues.
The creators behind Paleo Hacks have a strong philosophy. They believe going paleo isn’t just about your diet, it’s a ‘lifelong adventure’. So, on their site, you will find all sorts of helpful paleo hacks, as well as tips on how to live a happier, more complete, healthier life. They’ve got a whole load of recipes and suggestions on how to think paleo from the second you wake up, to when you drift off at night. This one’s for the hard core paleo fans! They also do a Paleo Hacks podcast if listening to advice is more your thing.
The Paleo Magazine is run by Luise and Jeremy. They believe in treating the cause of issues, rather than addressing the symptoms. Read their blog and you will discover that you really can take complete control over your health and lifestyle. They have lots of handy things on their site, like a list of paleo foods, healthy snacks and tons of recipes. They also offer a free four week paleo meal plan which has been used by more than 10,000 people.
If it’s just plain recipes you are after and nothing else, then this is your site. Russ posts paleo and gluten free recipes every Tuesday and focuses on ‘classic, traditional, and international dishes from a historical, linguistic, and cultural perspective.’ He’s contributed to lots of healthy eating magazines and recipe sites, and has released a cookbook called Paleo Takeout: Restaurant Favorites without the Junk.
If you want to have access to recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as some naughty paleo treats, then check out Fast Paleo. You can get lots of ideas here for creative dishes and things you can serve at paleo-friendly dinner parties. It’s called Fast Paleo because all the recipes are easily accessible and simple to make. The site is run by James Gregory, who feels that going paleo changed his life. He wants lots of people to be able to share their recipes and embrace the paleo lifestyle.
This one’s for the ladies out there. Paleo for Women has lots of healthy recipes as well as tips and advice on living a healthy lifestyle. Listen to the podcast, take advantage of their handy resources and be a part of the Paleo for Women community. The blog was originally started by Stefani, who has had her ups and downs, and now finds that following a paleo diet that’s tailored for women helps her to stay healthy.
This is a Paleo/lifestyle blog which includes the basics of going paleo, family friendly recipes and handy meal plans. The site was started by Arsy, who suffered with severe headaches, and found that going on a paleo diet really helped. She cooks delicious meals for her family and shares all her recipes on her blog for others to enjoy.
So many paleo blogs start from people having digestion issues and seeing an improvement by going paleo, and Nell Stephenson is no exception. She has been on the diet since 2005 and feels that it has totally changed her life. She enjoys focusing on natural foods and cooks with seasonal, local ingredients and natural fats. She provides plenty of super health recipes, as well as tips and advice and she even has a paleo meal plan app.
Paleo Grubs is a blog that can help you learn what you can and can’t eat, and really enjoy eating a paleo diet. You can download their free 14 day paleo meal plan and browse through their endless selection of recipes. View the home page to discover reasons why you should switch to a paleo diet.
Cavegirl in the CIty provides paleo menus and pointers for those looking to live a paleo friendly lifestyle. It’s run by Kenzie Swanhart who enjoys sharing her paleo adventures with everyone. She serves up recipes, tips and shares personal experiences with her readers. She believes eating healthy doesn’t have to be complicated, and by following a paleo diet, it doesn’t need to be.
What’s your favourite? Have we missed any? Let us know in the comments below.
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