Want to be inspired? Check out this list of our favorite Paleo bloggers, and follow them immediately!
What is the top Paleo blog? PaleoHacks, of course. 🙂
Seriously though, there are some unbelievable Paleo blogs and bloggers that have exploded on the scene over the last couple of years. With more people becoming aware of the lifestyle, and more people wanting to share their experiences, we have been treated to a vast selection of awesome, amazing, talented Paleo bloggers and cooks who we can look to for inspiration.
Here are the top 25 Paleo bloggers, in no particular order:
Created by Mark Sisson, this blog is about how to live a primal lifestyle in today’s world. It includes transformation stories, recipes, and inspirational articles/blog posts.
Robb Wolf covers training and the Paleo diet, plus his famous podcast, The Paleo Solution.
A practitioner of integrated medicine, as well as a licensed acupuncturist, Chris Kresser is also a font of knowledge when it comes to health and nutrition. His blog is meant to debunk those myths spread by the medical establishment and mainstream media outlets.
With a bunch of different contributing writers, this blog has a mixed flavor, which is an interesting take. You get stories about living the Paleo life and recipes (mostly from Sarah Fragoso) and how to make Paleo meals that are suitable for the whole family.
This awesome paleo blog is written by Andrew Badenoch, who is probably living on a boat somewhere on the Pacific at the time you’re reading this. He writes about Paleo diet and Paleo psychology and living life as an adventure.
(Formerly called 30 Days of Paleo) is a great site for people new to Paleo. Rubies and Radishes is written by Arsy and she covers topics like travel, tips and tricks, recipes, lifestyle, and parenthood.
The husband and wife team of Paul Jaminet, Ph.D. and Shou-Ching Shih Jaminet, Ph.D. are the amazing writers at Perfect Health Diet. If you’re looking for tips on how to reduce disease, impaired health, and premature aging, then check out their amazing blog.
Run by Neely Quinn and Jason Glaspey, contributors include Max Shippee and Molly Pearl. The Paleo Plan is a great resource for recipes, fitness info (including CrossFit), and is all about making Paleo easier for you to follow. They offer a weekly meal plan subscription for those in need of help.
FED is written by Tony, just a “regular guy” who figured out that living a Paleo lifestyle turned his life around. He offers a collection of primal workouts and recipes as well as some great insight into the world of Paleo.
This is written by Bill Staley and Hayley Mason, foodies who cover everything Paleo. This is a great Paleo recipe blog, so check it out.
Nom Nom Paleo is an absolutely amazing Paleo recipe blog with fantastic photos. It’s written by Michelle Tam and besides recipes, she offers ways on how to keep a Paleo-friendly kitchen and how to eat Paleo when you dine out.
You can’t write a list of the top 25 Paleo blogs without having Loren Cordain listed! The blog is made up of several other people, all experts on Paleo living. It’s full of practical information for anyone wanting to learn more.
Life as a Plate covers mostly gluten-free recipes by AndreaAnna. You’ll find stories of her family life, recipes, CrossFit info, and book reviews here.
Russ Crandall is the author of this website, and he talks about how the Paleo diet can make you more connected to nature. He offers a new recipe every Tuesday.
Run by Diane Sanfilippo, BS, NC, Balanced Bites is an absolutely amazing blog and podcast resource with shopping lists, nutritional info, fitness info, and more.
This is a no-frills site with information by Peggy Emch on primal parenting, covering topics like attachment parenting, fertility, mental health, nutrition, pregnancy, and more.
Todd Dosenberry (Toad) decided to go Primal in 2010 and this blog is all about how to go about that. He covers recipes, musings on what it is to be Primal, and more.
You’ll get Paleo research, news, commentary, info on fitness, and recipes here. You also get anecdotes about the writer’s experience living a Primal lifestyle in today’s world.
Melissa McEwen writes this blog about nutrition. Although she doesn’t follow a strict Paleo diet, her posts often cover subjects relevant to the topic.
Cave Momma covers raising your Paleo family and strong Paleo kids. The authors have seven children so they know a bit about parenting. You’ll find recipes, rants, featured stories, and more here, so check it out.
Blogger Patty Strilaeff gives great Paleo book reviews, posts recipes, and talks about living Paleo in general.
This blog is written by Stacy and Matthew and talks about living a Paleo life with kids. Their before-and-after story is absolutely incredible and if your goal is to be inspired, you need to read their blog. They offer info on being Paleo, recipes, and more.
Cat is lives in the Caribbean and creates amazing Paleo recipes such as her Pan-fried Chicken Livers with Garlic and Shallots!
If you’re on a budget and want to live a Paleo lifestyle, read this blog. It’s put together by a married mother of two kids and strives to feed her family on a budget. You’ll get tips on how to spend less and still have a great menu.
Melissa creates phenomenal low-carb, healthy recipes with gorgeous photos to boot. Check her blog out for great gluten-free recipes.
This blog is written by Stephan Guyenet, a guy who works at the University of Washington doing research on obesity and the regulation of body fat by the brain. If you want a science-y resource on health and nutrition, check it out.
You’ll find info on CrossFit, recipes, and how to live a Primal lifestyle as a family. The greatest part about this blog is all of the lunches she has packed for her family. If you need inspiration on what to send with your primal/Paleo kids, then check it out.
What are your favorite Paleo blogs and bloggers? And why? Who did we leave off that we should include?