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July 11 2012

12 Health and Fitness Blogs You Should Be Reading

By Mark Sisson
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With the Primal/paleo/ancestral/real food/whatever-moniker-you-prefer community growing by leaps and bounds over the past year, I thought I’d do another “blogs you should be reading” post. I’ve done this sort of thing before, both last year and the year before. Once again, there are a ton of blogs out there that I’ve either missed or forgotten to include in previous installments, along with newer ones that are newer and therefore less likely to be on my (or anyone’s radar). But that’s how we rectify the situation and get even more people reading these great blogs – by calling attention to them. Now, not all of them are strictly Primal; some only give passing mention to the specifics of evolutionary health. All the blogs included, however, are relevant to anyone interested in learning about health, fitness, nutrition, and general wellness. And isn’t that what we’re all doing here, anyway? Trying to learn how to improve our lives and the lives of those around us?

Let’s get to the blogs. In no particular order:

Whole 9

Melissa and Dallas Hartwig form the core of the Whole 9 team. Their philosophy revolves around the Whole 30, a 30-day trial run of complete and utter purity and adherence to the diet, and word has it that it’s brutally effective. They also just came out with a book, to which I gave some recent link love, but most importantly, they’re absurdly good looking, write a great blog wherein they give excellent training/eating/living advice, and coin such awesome phrases as “sex with your pants on.” Let them “change your life.”

Paleo for Women

Stefani Ruper is the gal who spurred that women and fasting post from a couple weeks back. If you dug her perspective on the topic of intermittent fasting, you’ll really love her blog, which deals with, well, it’s right there in the name – Paleo for Women. The hormonal situation in women is a totally different ball of wax than the admittedly simpler and more straightforward endocrine system in men. We deal in the same raw materials, sure, but the amounts, proportions, and effects are different. To get a handle on all this stuff, check out her blog (where she also deals with another oft-ignored topic in our community, eating disorders).

70s Big

70s Big has evolved over the years. What began as an online homage to heavy squats, big deadlifts, bigger meals, even bigger mustaches, short shorts, tank tops, and the hirsute men of the greatest decade ever to grace the 20th century has become a training blog that promotes smart training, smart programming, and smart eating, breaks down complex kinesiological and anatomical concepts, and yes, still pays homage to heavy squats, big deadlifts, bigger meals, even bigger mustaches, short shorts, tank tops, and the hirsute men of the 70s who bore them. If you’re into lifting, check it out.

MobilityWOD

I’ve mentioned Kelly Starrett before. Heck, I even invited him to the last PrimalCon, where he loosened wound-up hip capsules, blessed attendees with improved thoracic mobility, and mashed quads galore. But I’m going to do it again, in a formal way, because you probably need what he’s giving. If you’re a human being with (technically) working limbs, you should visit Mobility WOD, try a few of the WODs, test-retest, and note the improvement in your movement. Oh, and whatever you do, stay out of the pain cave.

Lucas Tafur

Though perhaps not the first choice you’d send to your grandma interested in all this “nutrition stuff you’re always yammering on about” to read, the blog of molecular biology expert Lucas Tafur is worth studying. He’s keenly interested in the interplay between our nutrition, the gut microbiota, the immune system, inflammation, and our health. His tagline says it all: “We are 90% microbes and 10% human.” If you’ve ever wondered about those things, and you have a scientific bent, get on over to Lucas Tafur’s blog.

Nom Nom Paleo

To nom is to “eat something.” To nom nom is to “eat something vigorously and with great enthusiasm.” To nom nom Paleo is to “eat fantastic Paleo chow.” That about sums up Nom Nom Paleo, a Palo Alto, CA-based blog wherein the purveyor takes stunning photographs of food and family, provides great recipes (Kalua pig is probably my favorite so far), and along the way ends up giving excellent advice to families trying to make this Primal thing work in a decidedly non-Primal world.

Clifton Harski

A former MovNat master trainer, Clifton has moved ship to San Diego, where he dispenses training advice, helps men and women develop rotunder posteriors, and has singlehandedly jumpstarted a seriously-suffering V-neck industry. He offers online consulting, as well as poignant insight on topics pertaining to getting stronger, fitter, faster, and more mobile.

Raw Food SOS

Denise Minger, infamous study-eviscerator and bane of vegans everywhere, eats a near-vegetarian raw food diet. Huh? Yeah, it’s crazy. She’s not about Primal, or veganism, or carnivorism, or anything with a label. She’s only interested in disseminating the truth about nutrition. Which is why you should read her blog, especially if you’ve already enjoyed her many guests posts on this site. Oh, yeah, she’s also pretty darn hilarious.

The Eating Academy

What’s not to love about a blog meticulously written and researched by a ketotic, self-experimenting, endurance athlete MD? Inside The Eating Academy you’ll find well-researched posts on a variety of topics, including an epic series on blood lipids, posts about training in ketosis, and the dangers (or not) of non-nutritive sweeteners. The blog began as The War on Insulin, but Peter Attia has expanded his focus to encompass a wider range of topics. At about a year old, it’s one of the newer blogs around, but it’s already getting loads of attention and providing great content, and I’m excited to see what he has in store for us.

The Paleo Network

Suzanne Crawt, also known as Paleo Suz, is a frequent attendee of PrimalCon, coming all the way from Australia. And she’s put together a great resource for Australians and New Zealanders interested in making Primal work in their neck of the woods. If you want to know where to get the best prices on compliant products, how to cook Primal versions of traditional local foods, find Australian and NZ health professionals with an ancestral bent, or connect with other folks of similar mindsets who live there, the Paleo Network is the spot to do it.

Suppversity

I’m halfway convinced that Suppversity is written by a robot. The highly detailed, data-and-insight-packed breakdowns of studies he churns out on a near-daily basis boggle the mind and seem unreal. But they’re real, and they’re informative. If you’re interested in hearing about the latest study on the estrogenic effects of soy protein, the asthma-fighting effects of whole milk, or whether that workout supplement you keep hearing about actually works, read Suppversity.

Paleo/NonPaleo

Although we do our best to make Primal living in this non-Primal world work, it’s not always easy. And sometimes, you want to hear from someone who’s faced this conundrum and (seemingly) won, particularly if they have a smart, clean writing style. You could probably learn a thing or two from a person like that, right? Luckily, Paleo/NonPaleo is a blog almost entirely devoted to that exact dilemma, with that exact writing style. Start with her inaugural post that drew the fans in – 27 Ways to Live With Your Non-Paleo Spouse – and see what you think. Then, explore the rest of the site.

As always, I’d love to hear from you. What are your favorite Primal-friendly blogs? Do you read the ones I’ve listed? Why, or why not? Are there any you’d remove from the list? Let me, and everyone, know in the comment section! Thanks for reading, folks.

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    1. LOL! Best comment ever. Pretty much exactly how I feel. However, we all know we’re going to check these blogs out due to their sheer awesomeness. But, I do spend WAY to much time reading about this stuff. Would have never imagined.

      1. Concur. I have time on my hands, but not that much time. MobilityWOD is kinda’ weird.

    2. Lol, word! Nonetheless, I’m sure I’ll be up until 4am casually (read: voraciously) reading most of these…

    3. Agreed. It’s definitely possible to OD on this stuff. I did scan a bit of the Paleo for Women, and frankly, if I read one more psycho-babble article on why “overeating isn’t really our fault”, I will barf up my grassfed beef and veggies. The first step to weight loss and better health is ALWAYS going to be ownership for what we put in our mouths!

    4. hahahaha- i feel the exact same way, reading so many blogs and so much competing info make me just want to eat twinkies.

  1. I read and listen to The Eating Academy and stand by this blog as a great place to spend time!

  2. Ah, a blog that addresses disordered eating from a paleo perspective. Thank you for that. It’s exactly what I’ve been looking for.

  3. Hi Mark – thanks for this list. I have 2 of them in my reader, and will likely add a few more.

    I write a blog (www.FitnessGazette.net) helping people take a long-term view of fitness. Getting from couch to healthy doesn’t have to happen overnight, and doesn’t require completely changing your already too busy lifestyle.. Small changes add up to big results over time.

    I’d be honored if you took a look..

    -Chris

  4. Love MobilityWOD. Listen to all of the video casts. Kstar really knows what he is doing. It’s incredible how much information is up there, all for free! You can literally type in a body part and get a ton of videos on how to get rehab that body part, or just keep it mobile. Great site.
    Whole 9 is also a great site. it focuses more on how eating a diet that consists of meats, fruits and veggies can effect our health in so many different ways. They try not to think of it in terms of our history, or how we used to eat. Also a great blog.

    1. I think one of the most effective ways to improve mobility is to do some foresting regularly in a dense forest with lots of fallen trees and preferably hills. Run, walk, amble.. just travel through the forest facing natural obstacles. This works really well on the edge of rivers that have carved out / caved in their banks, leaving lots of roots and leaning trees to use as handholds while trying to avoid slipping and getting dunked. One of my favourite parts of this is finding logs or rocks in the water to travel across. It’s training like a real animal on the move. You’ll become more adept in all 3 planes of motion.

      1. Also, it’s a suberb way to gain balance and flow and you can impress your non-primal friends if they ever see you on the go.

        1. Totally agree! The MovNat idea is about this very freedom. I’ve learned to “play” more and my little daughter is glad. We have more fun on walks and hikes now.

          I got to meet Clifton Harski of the list above when he held an all day workshop this past February in Columbus, OH. He was super-cool, strong, and awfully kind. Great teacher. I’ll add his blog to my list for sure.

        2. Sounds like some awesome MovNat! If you are in an urban setting, you can also achieve this through playgrounds, or just even climbing a random tree. You might get some stares, but trust me, it will be well worth it. You do get some mobility from this, and definitely get some emergence in nature, however you should still try and hit the foam roller or couch stretch from MobWod every once in a while.

  5. Recently started reading Paleo for women and Paleo pepper. Both very informative.:-)

  6. Thank you so much for this post, particularly the links to Paleo/Non-Paleo and Paleo for Women. I’ve been struggling to keep up the motivation for proper nutrition lately which has more often then not lead to my giving up and having a cheesesteak. Already two posts on PNP and PFW have helped me figure out how I can break this cycle.

    Thank you so much!

  7. Agreed that Peter Attia at eatingacademy.com has a ton of great info, including thoughts on dietary cholesterol and athletic performance on a ketogenic diet.

    1. Peter Attia at Eating Academy is an outstanding writer, and knows how to break down science for a lay person. By far my very favorite blog on nutrition and wellness.

  8. Thanks for introducing me to Lucas’ blog. As strange as it might sound to some, I love this kind of info. Too many people don’t make necessary changes to their lifestyle because they don’t understand the science behind doing so. I’m always looking for better ways to explain it.

  9. Thanks for the link to Paleo for Women! I’ve been trying to find one that deals with women’s hormones and paleo together. Great find!

  10. Thanks so much for all of the links. I’ve definitely reached the stage where I need more reading material relating to primal/paleo eating. It’s like you read my mind!

    Also, I’ve read most of the Primal Blueprint now, and I want to say “Thanks” for writing such a great book. Looking forward to following the Daily Apple more in the future.

  11. For those living in Canada (Vancouver especially), I’d suggest WildLives(www.wildlives.ca). Lots of resources on paleo friendly restaurants, grocers, suppliers etc, as well as recipes and other motivation.

    1. I went on a couple vacations there and around BC. The mountains, forests, and rivers were a delightful experience to discover. I think everyone should spend some time in the mountains. A mountain range is one of the most pleasing things to behold.

    2. Thanks for that link! I live in Van and have been hoping to find something more “local”!

  12. Paleoworks.com the only (I think!) one in the UK which is still not catching on very quickly!

  13. Wow! These blogs are amazing. And who doesn’t love Denise Minger?
    I’m enjoying Sean Croxton’s Real Food Summit on Underground Wellness right now. It’s good to hear the diversity of opinions in the presentations.

    1. I love Sean Croxton!!! Underground Wellness is one of the best sites out there.

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  15. I love PaleoOMG. She is funny and random and has so many amazing recipes listed.

    1. Also agreed. Juli on PaleOMG is a good blog for Crossfit Paleo people. She posts a recipe every few days and starts each post with some humor in her life.

    2. paleOMG is awesome!!! She has totally helped me transition into Paleo with her wonderful recipes. And she’s hysterical!

  16. Thanks, Mark! I hope my blog/website (www.healthkissed.com) makes your list someday. I sometimes feel the same as someone above said in that I feel like my head might explode if I read one more blog. However, I’m addicted to education, nutrition and food and love the sponge that is my brain.
    Thanks for everything you do!!!

  17. Haven’t I wasted enough time clicking through fascinating article after fascinating article on this site alone? And now you give me more?

  18. I have a blog about my experience using the autoimmune protocol of paleo to reverse my Multiple Sclerosis. It’s at http://www.nutrisclerosis.com Links and recipes for people trying to use this to deal with their AI issue. Thanks for the info on these new blogs, I am loving paleo for women!

  19. Woohoo!!! Bloggety link lovin’ on a Wednesday?!

    I love paleo/non-paleo, and have been checking in with Paleo for Women for a while, but I’m sure I’ll be coming to enjoy many of these other blogs too. Thanks for the introductions. 🙂

  20. Shameless plug, but I have about 10,000 readers and growing steadily! I’m a huge fan of MDA. Thanks for all the new paleo blogs for me to check out. If anyone’s interested, check out my blog at CookingCaveman.com. Lots of recipes, trying to take my favorite traditional dishes and paleofying them! Lots of advice too. Hope to see you there. -Jeff Nimoy

  21. You forgot Lift Big, Eat Big. They have some great stuff too!

  22. My wife is gonna be pissed now that I have MORE material to indulge in

  23. Good list. And I already read most of those. Adding paleo academy now. Also, anyone eager for still more is welcome to read my site religiously. You know … just in case.

    1. Hello, I checked out your site briefly as I was intrigued by the name PaleoDruid, but it was hard to navigate at a glance. An about page would do wonders for you! Hopefully some helpful advice. 🙂

      1. Thanks, I’ll get it going. i try to keep the druid angle minimal on that particular blog since it’s supposed to be “professional” but I have plenty of other blogs that are more pagan-heavy.

  24. guess peter attia finally realized that “the war on insulin” was about the least scientific, most hyperbolic name for a blog that anyone could possibly come up with…

    1. Up there with the “war on drugs”.
      I can imagine soldiers stalking through a fragrant field with flame-throwers… “Dude this job is fun. But I’m too tired, need a coffee break.”

  25. I want to second taking a look at NerdFitness.com. Anyone who can explain keeping fit in terms of the Jedi Council, Optimus Prime, and leveling up in life and illustrates with Star Wars Lego figures can catch any out-of-shape nerd’s attention. Mention it to your video game addicted friends.

  26. Hi Mark
    There are 2 I would like to recommend. I’m over in London and the Paleo/real food community is smaller here, but there are a few of us doing our best to get the message out there
    Firstly http://www.fitterlondon.co.uk an amazing group of people I train with – their website and blog posts contain all sorts of info about nutrition, recipes, exercise, well being and thought provoking go-for-your-dreams type inspirational posts. Well worth a look

    The second is my own blog http://www.Cucinaceri.com all unprocessed and mostly paleo food. My aim is not to lecture or go into nutritional overload – just to write and present tasty and beautiful recipes. I would be honoured if you would check it out,

    Thanks
    Ceri

  27. Mark, really, grandmas don’t want to know of the science behind cholesterol, triglicerides, or diabetes? When my daughter first told me about her new thing – Paleo/Primal/HFLC/JERF, I asked her where is the science behind it? She immediately sent me Peter Attia and Gary Taubes. The War on Insulin morphed into The Eating Academy. I was thrilled to see the problem explained in wonderful chemical diagrams. I’ve been reading ever since and my husband has lost 22 pounds and I have lost 9. However, it how we feel that is absolutely amazing! Energy levels are up, flatulence is down and isn’t that a great thing for marital tranquility? Sleeping through the night is getting to be the norm! I could go on and on. He is 72, I’m pushing 69 really hard. So please do not assume grandmas don’t like science. Grok on!

    1. Oh boy, you’re putting your foot in it again, Mark! ;o) *says the grandma who is younger than you and who is also interested in the science of it*

  28. I’m quite honored to be put on the list, especially since I read most of the other blogs on the list! Thanks!

  29. paleOMG.com is the BEST. Juli is so honest and funny. Plus she has the best tr(ch)eats!

  30. Paleo for Women makes me want to gouge my eyes out… sad, I was so excited to see a “science” based paleo site for women. Oh well, 9 more suggestions to go.

  31. I should mention that thanks to this post (and the two links to the former ones) I am now a user of Google Reader so I can manage my reading life.

  32. I read a few of these (paleo-non paleo, paleo for women) and will check out more of them (hip mobility- I need that!) I’d also like to to recommend http://www.thepaleomom.com. She’s a phd biochemist. Tons of good nerdy info and mouth watering recipes.

  33. Thanks mark, it’s great to get reccomendations from you but it’s even better to see how the paleosphere networks and promotes eachother. I read many of these blogs regularly and will begin reading the ones I have never seen before. Also I am going to a 2 hour workshop and book signing with the Whole9 team this saturday at the StrengthBox in Toronto and I can’t wait! You should totally stop by 🙂

  34. Mark, The Eating Academy was very informative and inspiring! Great Post, by the way!

  35. I am a fan of Mobility WOD, but what I find takes mobility training and nervous system reconditioning to a whole another level is the folks at Z-Health performance, you should look em up.

    Also my fiance and I started a blog recently about finding ancestral health in the modern world. It would be too cool if you even glanced at it. It’s called sexfoodandkettlebells.com

  36. I would add paleomg.com and theclothesmakethegirl.com for recipes especially. Paleomg has a recipe for the best burger I have ever had (Sage Bison Burgers with Bacon Apple Chutney) and the Sunshine Sauce on theclothesmakethegirl is just ridiculous with everything.

  37. Great list! Will be checking some of these out. And I can’t agree more with The Eating Academy recommendation. I have learned so much just from his cholesterol series. Highly recommended – especially if you need to convince your doctor why NOT to rely on just a standard lipid panel

  38. Thanks so much for this post! I love your blog, Mark, but sometimes I have other questions that have not been definitively answered for my own purposes. I really appreciate you helping us to expand our knowledge base and that you ask us to think critically about (who, what, when and) where our information comes from. Thank you so much for the incredible work you do, you’re really making a difference in my (and so many other apples) lives!

    1. +1

      Paleo for Women has given me a lot to think about. I’m tweaking carbs, more in quality than in quantity.

      Thanks, Mark, for being open-minded. 🙂

  39. I can’t believe that Melissa Joulwan’s http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com didn’t make it here… she wrote Well Fed and helped the Hartwig’s with their “meal maps” in It Stars With Food. Highly recommend her site – she is a Whole 9 Paleo Wonder Woman that battles a wonky thyroid and does it all with humor and grace.

  40. My wife and I have been following the suggestions from MDA since April and we have lost over 50 pounds together eating & exercising the primal way. We stumbled across Brad Gouthro’s blog & Live Lean TV the has excellent material and videos. There are great Tabata (and other workouts) and cooking & food blogs.

    http://www.bradgouthrofitness.com/

  41. I enjoy reading these paleo lifestyle blogs, about other people’s experiences with the diet and exercise sides of it.

    Personally, I started just two months ago, and now look like a Calvin Klein underwear model (just primal cooking and basic push-ups, sit-ups, and running every day).

    Seriously, I checked out what dimensions Brad Pitt had for his “Fight Club” look, and I have the same dimensions, adjusted for my height.

    1. Seconding the rec for NerdFitness, and am surprised it didn’t make the cut, especially since Steve just did a guest blog post for Mark last week.

  42. I would love to read regular people and their personal experiences rather than all of these overly commercialized blogs. The only two that sounded interesting were Cliffton Harski and when I pulled it up it was unavailable and the Raw Foods SOS is my worst nightmare with blah blah blah graph graph graph and I did not read one thing even slightly humorous on it. We must have totally different tastes in what makes an interesting blog.

  43. A little whole ago I was sitting on a bench eating a stick of butter with a spoon. Overweight people were walking past giving me dirty and estranged looks. All I could do was grin smugly as I ate pure fat.

  44. Thanks for posting this. I really enjoyed Paleo For Women, since she talks a lot about disordered eating.

  45. What about Everyday Paleo, Jason Seib, or Jeromie Preas from Everday Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness and CPC

  46. excellent list of blogs! always looking to find more inspiration from different bloggers. thanks for sharing!

  47. The ONLY two blogs on Paleo that I read besides MDA with regularity are Primal Parent and Paleo Parents, mostly the latter.

  48. Wow, these are really great! Thanks for the recomendations, I will be checking them all out in depth over the next few days, but at first glance they all look really fantastic.

  49. I like to read charlespoliquin.com. One of the primier strength coaches in the world and he’s got solid nutritional advice/information as well.

  50. Another great one if you are interested in the science of the paleo diet is http://www.chriskresser.com. It’s great if your interested in keeping up with the latest medical studies. He has a very informative podcast.

    1. I just discovered his website myself, about a week ago – amazing stuff, and so good to have a doctor backing all this up.

  51. Thanks for the introduction – especially the more scientific ones.

    Here’s a shameless plug for my own blog which is a cooking/health blog for people on the Low Oxalate Diet with a Primal/whole food slant.

    http://lowoxalateinfo.com

  52. I love love love Art Ayers at http://www.coolinginflammation.blogspot.com. Mostly for his incredibly straight forward approach; the guy is all kinds of clever, but will write easy to understand things like “the fat in butter/eggs/meat is the healthy choice supported by the biomedical literature.” Can’t get clearer than that!

    If I fancy delving into the more cynical but amusing side of high fat nutrition, I check hyperlipid.

  53. Thank you so much Mark for including me in this list. I’m honored. (I’m also a bit stressed because all the traffic crashed my site but it’s up again now. ;-))

    I thought I read a lot of paleo blogs but there are several new ones here even for me – so great you’ve featured some of the smaller ones that have really great info. Thank you again!

  54. What a nice surprise to wake up to – thanks for the link Mark, I’m honoured to be included with such great blogs!

  55. Oh man, Nom Nom Paleo is amazing. Everything on there looks delicious.

  56. I’ve become a regular visitor to the mobiliy wod. He presents a lot of fairly original concepts about joint mobility and posture correction that I’ve found helpful.

  57. Harski’s one-armed snatch insanity was one of the most impressive things I’ve seen, especially if that bar had a big plate on each side. I’m strong, but my goodness….

    Al Kavadlo-esque, indeed.

  58. Here is another Aussie blog, though she has been a bit busy of late. Paleoedmed.com is written by a newly minted medical doctor who is bucking CW refreshingly. She is a resident at the moment, so has little time to blog let alone sleep, but I think she is worth watching,
    Cheers

  59. Just riding on the shoulders of the Paleo Giants is enough…thanks to all you do and my fellow bloggers out there spreading the LOVE. See you all at AHS12

  60. picturing Grok getting carpal tunnel syndrome from spending too much time looking at these great blogs, then doing a Whole30 to reduce the inflammation.

  61. Nerd Fitness!!!!! He’s absolutely hilarious! (and makes really good points)

  62. I found this wonderful site through another blog called Healthy Choices Everyday which I like. This blog recommends MDA and all of Mark’s books and is all about making healthy choices – paleo of course and I also like Chris Kessner’s blog too – very interesting. Thank you to all who make the time to write these so that we can all benefit and learn.

  63. I’m always active and always about, but one of the many highlights of my day is having the opportunity to read what this site has to say!

  64. Thank you so much!!! These all look great, but I’m especially excited for Lucas Tafur. I love reading biology heavy nutrition.

  65. Wow, the Eating Academy is great.
    I’ve read all the articles on blood lipids as well as those on ketosis and exercise and I’ve learned tons. And it has changed my perspective on both topics. Awesome.

  66. Wow! Thank you so much for including me on this list! Mark, you are the reason I started Paleo/Primal in the first place, and I will be forever grateful for the initial and continued inspiration.

  67. Not on this list and not a blog but definitely worthwhile is mercola.com. He advocates nutritional typing which I have found to be very helpful in losing 18 pounds and eliminating (yes, eliminating) the cellulite on my body. Diet Wise by Keith Scott-Mummby is an excellent book on food allergies and their relation to chronic disease. Both worth a gander.

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  68. Thanks Mark, I’ve been wandering around looking for some new reads! I will check these out- need some new ideas!

  69. This looks like a really good roundup of blogs! The Paleo for Women blog looks particularly interesting- it’s true that often times women are left to the wayside in the paleo world. Thanks for the links!

  70. Great list of blogs! Just goes to show you how many people are out there making a difference and changing lives. Love it 🙂

  71. I read a few of these and am always looking for more sites to read. I started my blog (www.paleosophy.com) just over a month ago because I love learning about/ sharing this lifestyle with people and my friends and family were starting to get sick of me 🙂 As always, thanks Mark for great info!!

  72. Mark,

    Thank you for this, and for all that you and and your lovely wife do to help us be healthy 🙂

  73. Looking forward to checking these out. One I love, for natural movement/fitness is http://www.alignedandwell.com/katysays/. Katy Bowman is a biomechanist. She has great info about how our bodies are supposed to be used, how to undue all the damage from sitting, high heels, etc., and she’s really funny.

  74. How about Paul Chek’s bloghttp://www.paulcheksblog.com/

    This is for the people that have an open mind, which I hope is all of the readers here. Paul has been in the “True” Holistic Health Arena for over 25 years now and can still out lift NFL players @ 50 yo! He has the diet approach nailed to go along with mind, body, & spirit.

  75. I know there are a few MMA fighters on here, for those guys check out http://ericwongmma.com. He posts some interesting and scientific articles on training for MMA and his nutrition advice tends to be primal.

  76. thanks for the great blogs, I am trying to find new blogs to follow and get inspired and learn from, so thanks! I am off to go check some of these blogs out

  77. gnolls.org was a big surprise for me. one of the very best paleo blogs. J.Stanton makes more sense than most

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  83. This is a great list. It made me feel a little lazy (I could be doing SO much more!). Thanks for the inspiration!

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  86. I have a blog about my experience using the autoimmune protocol of paleo to reverse my Multiple Sclerosis. It’s at http://www.fit5.blogspot.com Links and recipes for people trying to use this to deal with their AI issue. Thanks for the info on these new blogs, I am loving paleo for women!

  87. Thanks for an insightful Health Blog List. These Blogs are really helpful.. I found a lot of useful Blogs from this post

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  89. Thanks for introducing us to blogs that are really worth reading… It saves our time scanning for other blogs and finding some useless ones. Reading blogs as many as on the list will take me days but i think is very informative and inspiring.

  90. Just browsed the list, this is good, my phone is now loaded and ready to go with new reading material…Tell me, is Paleo the new atkins ? The new rebranding ?

  91. Now a days the popularity of blogging is rapidly increasing.Their are lots of blogs which give information on the health related topics. Also reading the relevant blogs on health provides important information and spread awareness of the human diseases which might get cure at early stage.

  92. Thanks for all the blogs you listed on this post! Now I have more options to stay fit and shed off excess weight. Though there are lots of blogs that intend to help people, I’m certain that these 12 blogs are worth my time! Thanks!

  93. Please consider my blog… I also have a Facebook page and small community of followers there. We support each other and it’s a blog about my journey as a shrinking fat girl. I started at 424 lbs and am just 8 lbs away from losing 100 lbs through better eating and walking. It’s for everyone who wants to follow my journey and realistic as we are not all looking to lose just a few lbs. some of us have a longer road to go on and it is nice to know we aren’t alone. Thanks… Jenn http://www.shrinkingfatgirl.com

  94. wow!

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  95. Thank you so much for these nice health related posts.
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  96. Oh boy, you’re putting your foot in it again, Mark! ;o) *says the grandma who is younger than you and who is also interested in the science of it

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  100. Nice Blog,
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  101. Thanks for shared this inforation with us,these blogs are really very helpful for health and fitness.these blog posts contain best being all sorts of information about nutrition,exercise i like that.

  102. Thanks for sharing up fitness headlines. I’m happy and honored to be put on the list. Many people read your blog and they have decided to make their body fit.

  103. Hello, Thanks for sharing such a great list of health and fitness blog….Best blog. It’s really good information. Everybody wants to set up the healthy body and this blog is very helpful.

  104. Pomegranate is a very useful fruit for health. Those who practice pomegranate,
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  105. I like the (Whole 9) story about a 30 day adherence to the diet and brutally effective it is. they also just came out with a new book explaining the diet. There is a lot of good information.

  106. Wow! These blogs are amazing. And who doesn’t love Denise Minger?
    I’m enjoying Sean Croxton’s Real Food Summit on Underground Wellness right now. It’s good to hear the diversity of opinions in the presentations.

  107. Thanks for suggesting such kind of blogs in one post. I have read some of the blogs from the websites you have mentioned here.