What are the best Paleo blogs to read?
For beginners: Whole Health Source is one of the best. Always well researched, always well written. Stephan never preaches, always informs.
I always enjoy PaNu (linked by Bryan). Harris can have a bit more bite in his tone, but it's never over the top. Very thoughtful posts.
If you only read one or two blogs, I'd hit these first. Then, if you want to expand your reads, go to Mark Sisson's list, which Brian provided.
Of course, don't forget Robb Wolf. His spelling, grammar, punctuation are terrible (and he knows it), but his content is rock-solid amazing. Not where I would start a newbie, but the insights here are invaluable if you are looking to refine your nutrition. Apparently I can't post more than one link, but it's just robbwolf and then add the dot com.
I can't believe nobody has yet mentioned the man, Robb Wolf! http://robbwolf.com/
Here is the list I published on my site ( http://paleodietlifestyle.com/paleo-resources/ )
I just realized that Peter and his blog Hyperlipid are not on this list!
I think Peter is the largest contributor of the paleo blogosphere in terms of developing nutrition and metabolism theory.
The FatHead documentary/blog of Tom Naughton:
Somewhere between low-carb/paleo/libertarian, but always humorous. His blogroll includes PaNu, Sisson, Hyperlipid, Whole Health Source, Protein Power, Free The Animal, etc.
I use his page as a jumping off point - clicks to other blogs always opens a new window.
I gotta give props to Dr. Mike Eades/Protein Power:
Until reading numerous posts there and looking elsewhere for confirmation, I was afraid of saturated fat and dietary cholesterol. He really started my nutritional education. Great anthropology posts there as well.
See Mark Sisson's list, too: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/stuff-that-i-read-or-watch-and-you-should-too/
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