My opinion it would be one of these (not in any order)
3.Marks daily apple
8.Primal body primal mind
Give your best/favorite ones or the ones you find most helpful/truthful/understandable/informative.
'The Healthy Skeptic' by Chris Kresser
'Perfect health Diet' by Paul Jaminet
definitely deserve a place in that list
My favourite would be Marks Daily Apple. It's what first introduced me to this lifestyle. I love one of his sayings - "don't make perfect the enemy of the good" he gives the facts, and acknowledges that no one is perfect and that's ok, which to me is refreshing amongst paleo/primal bloggers as many tend to sound like religious zealots.
I also love his ability to write articles with just enough scientific detail. Enough that you are well informed without brain overload. He covers all areas of life, not just diet. I love his whole life approach. There are so many factors in a happy healthy life other than diet and he touches on all of them with the science and research to back it up.
Free the animal! Richard is willing to poke fun, have a good time, post pictures of steak, talk about carbs, fructose and all of the "evil stuff" that we shouldn't eat. Sometimes very informative, other times silly, it's probably my favorite site after paleohacks.
Mark's Daily Apple is hard to beat. A most excellent combo of very prolific posting and always just dense enough to learn a few things every time. He covers so many topics, and obviously does his homework for each of them. Written at just the right balance. More than any other blog, I can point all kinds of people to any of his posts.
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I have most of the ones mentioned already in my RSS feed list, and glance at them frequently, read articles here and there. Disclaimer, I'm no expert on any of them, but naturally I have instant opinions. I'm not ranking but rather just have some thoughts.
Marks Daily Apple has some great info. A little heavy on the scientific explanations - and by that I don't mean science but that it seems a little easy to get concerned about obscure metabolic pathways but lose their context. And, frankly, maybe it works for some of you but I'm getting pretty tired of seeing a shirtless Mark EVERY time I go to his site.
Hunter.Gather.Love (huntgatherlove.com) - I really like this. Her interest isn't overtly paleo but clearly has that sentiment. She's more interested in the science of certain issues, and has intelligent and interesting perceptions. The other day I sent off for my genetic testing kit after reading her blog entry on that.
Robb Wolf - I can't read or listen to Robb Wolf! I know, I'm missing a lot. And he's smart and has good info. But every time I encounter him I feel like I'm on the Barney Show. Yes, the book was valuable, but there was way too much "ok kids put your thinking cap on because we have hard science coming up. ok - deep breaths now.. ready? etc etc etc nonstop" (I'm paraphrasing wildly). I like a sense of humor, but couldn't he be just a little dryer with it? But I'll try again because in spite of my own reaction I also know he has the goods.
Archevore - nice analysis - wish he did more!
I listen to Robb wolf's podcast every week an I really respect him. I also like whole health source and I like free the animal because Richard isn't afraid to throw in a few f bombs.
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