Day 3 is now in the books! So far we have discussed chili, snacks, and getting over the hump(s) that we may face during the Whole30. Let’s now turn our attention to other resources that might be helpful in our pursuit of nutrition and wellness during the next 30 days and beyond.
Due to the growing popularity of the paleo diet, there are now tons of fantastic paleo focused nutrition and recipe blogs floating around the interwebs these days. Some of these resources are more educational, others are more recipe driven, and a combination of them are a blend of the two. Here is my take on some of my favorites. Feel free to share yours!
PaleOMG – Juli Bauer is a competitive CrossFitter out of Denver, Colorado. Her recipes are fabulous and her lighthearted humor makes her blog one of the most entertaining on the scene.
Nom Nom Paleo – Michelle Tam shares wonderful photographs of her food and family. She writes about how to stay Paleo when eating out and offers kitchen tips and reviews about her favorite cooking gadgets.
The Food Lovers – Hayley Mason and Bill Staley are the authors of the popular Paleo cookbook, Make it Paleo. Great blog, great recipes, and great pictures!
Chowstalker – a community food blog that pulls recipes from other websites. Think Pinterest meets paleo recipes.
The Clothes Make the Girl – Melissa Joulwan is the author of Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat. A few of us met her recently at a local book signing. She is super down to earth and makes wonderful recipes especially for those who like spices.
Paleo Nick – Nick Massie is a CrossFitter, professional chef, and has been featured in the CrossFit Journal multiple times. His website includes many helpful ‘how to’ videos to accompany his sophisticated recipes.
Other Notables: Health Bent, Civilized Caveman
Informational (Paleo, Primal, and Health)
Chris Kresser – Chris is a licensed practitioner of integrative medicine and touches on it all: Paleo, Hypothyroidism, Heart Disease, Diabetes & Obesity, Heartburn/GERD, Depression and Skin Health.
Robb Wolf – a former research biochemist is the New York Times Best Selling author of The Paleo Solution – The Original Human Diet. He is also co-host of one of my favorite podcasts “The Paleo Solution Podcast.”
Mark’s Daily Apple – Mark Sisson is a great resource for primal living. He is as old as my dad and has a six pack. He must be doing something right.
The Whole 9 – Melissa and Dallas Hartwig are the creators of the Whole30 and authors of the New York Times Best Selling book It Starts With Food.
Balanced Bites, – Diane Sanfillippo is the author of the 8X New York Times Best selling book Practical Paleo. She also co-hosts a podcast with Liz Wolfe from Cave Girl Eats.
Dr. John Briffa,– Dr. John Briffa is from the UK, and as the name suggests, he is an MD. He’s always good for analyzing the latest study your skeptical friends gleefully shove your way.
The Daily Lipid– Chris Masterjohn specializes in all things cholesterol. If you want to geek out on this stuff, this is your man.
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