Everyday Paleo has number of contributors, all of whom have first-hand experience living a paleo lifestyle. The majority of the recipes on the blog are posted by Sarah Fragoso, who writes about preparing family-friendly Paleo meals
Chris Kresser is licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of integrative medicine. He started his blog in 2008 to help spread the word about health myths promoted by the media and the medical establishment.
Mark’s Daily Apple’s creator, Mark Sisson, writes about living a primal lifestyle in a modern world. He has also written a popular book, The Primal Blueprint, which is written for individuals looking for weight loss, improved health, and more energy through a primal diet.
Robb Wolf wrote the extremely popular book The Paleo Solution – The Original Human Diet. His blog includes posts about living a paleo lifestyle and training. It also links to Robb’s well-known Paleo Solution Podcast.
Perfect Health Diet’s writers, Shou-Ching Shih and Paul Jaminet, are passionate about Paleo diet and health – especially how they healed their own health issues through good diet. Both Shou Ching and Paul are scientists, which is reflected in their writing.
Rubies and Radishes, formerly known as “30 Days of Paleo,” is a great resource for individuals new to paleo living. Arsy writes about her experience eating a paleo diet and includes a variety of delicious recipes.
The Paleo Plan Blog aims to make “eating Paleo as easy as possible”. There are a couple of contributors to the Paleo Plan, including a Paleo Coach, a website developer who follows a Paleo lifestyle, a recipe developer and tester, and CrossFit instructor.
Primal Toad is about living a primal lifestyle, which Todd, the author, defines as eating a diet similar to hunter-gatherer ancestors. When it comes to living a healthy life, Todd also focuses on getting enough sleep and engaging in fitness activities that are fun.
Whole Health Source belongs to Stephen Guyenet, a researcher in the field of obesity. His posts tend toward the scientific side of nutrition and health, but often discuss issues relevant to a Paleo lifestyle.
The Paleo Diet team is made up of experts on the Paleo diet and lifestyle. The blog contains scientific findings supporting Paleo living, as well as practical tips for implementing a Paleo lifestyle.
Evolify moves Paleo beyond being a diet and exercise. This blog talks about how evolutionary biology and psychology is important to understand as it affects overall health, business, and relationships.
FED is a blog written by a man who embraced Paleo/Primal/Caveman living after reading the book “The Paleo Diet.” Blog posts include recipes, reviews of restaurants serving Paleo food, and general thoughts on living a Paleo lifestyle.
The Domestic Man is Russ Crandall, founder and editor of this blog devoted to his pursuit of a diet based on the Paleo Diet. Russ believes the Paleo diet helps him feel less domesticated and more connected to nature and the human lineage.
The Primal Parent follows one woman’s journal to eat a Primal diet and share that diet and lifestyle with her family. She also writes about following a Primal diet during pregnancy.
Nom Nom Paleo is great looking site written by Michelle Tam. Michelle posts delicious Paleo recipes and photos, as well as commenting on how to eat Paleo at restaurants and offering kitchen advice for keeping a Paleo-kitchen.
Food Lovers Kitchen is the brainchild of Hayley Mason and Bill Staley, self-described Paleo foodies. They have written the Paleo cookbook “Make it Paleo” and also maintain this extensive Paleo recipe blog.
Paleo Parents is written by a family following a Paleo lifestyle to address their health issues — and because they have a strong belief in biology and evolution. The tagline of the site is also the title of their book, Eat Like a Dinosaur.
Life as a Plate is written by a woman who follows a diet that is gluten-free and full of real food — and a lifestyle that could be described as Primal or Paleo. Her blog features many recipes, some book reviews, musings about Crossfit, and tales from her family life.
Cave Girl Eats features Liz, a Nutrition Therapist, who share with others the ease, fun, and health benefits of a Paleo. Liz also maintains that living a Paleo lifestyle is “all about gratitude – loving and appreciating the amazing foods that are provided for us on this incredible planet.”
The Primal Kitchen documents one family’s approach to eating a Primal diet. Recipes are frequently posted, as are posts on Crossfit and other elements of living a Primal lifestyle.
Cave Momma is written by a woman who wants to support other parents as they work towards a healthy lifestyle for themselves and their family. She shares recipes and tips for staying organized that help families stick to a Primal lifestyle.
Practical Paleo is for readers wanting to follow a Paleo diet on a budget. Many of the posts are helpful menu tips, or examples of how to spend less money when shopping for a Paleo diet.
The Paleo Periodical includes posts on Paleo news, research, controversy, recipes, and fitness, as well as the blogger’s personal experience with following a Primal diet in real-life.
Hunt Gather Love’s Melissa McEwen recently pointed out in a blog post that she is not “Paleo,” yet her writing is often referenced when talking about evolutionary biology or Paleo/Primal lifestyle.
Following My Nose is the nose of Patty Strilaeff. Patty started the blog prior to following a Paleo diet, yet now most of her diet has evolved to Paleo. Many of the posts include Paleo recipes and Paleo book reviews.
The owner of this blog, Kim, went through a personal transformation of feeling very unhealthy to becoming a well-qualified sports and nutrition specialist. She writes about her new Paleo lifestyle – with in-depth information about exercise and nutrition.
Paleoista is Nell Stephenson, who calls herself the “original” Paleoista. She collaborated with Dr. Cordain in the development of the book The Paleo Diet. On her blog, Nell writes about the Paleo diet and her experiences as a fitness and nutrition consultant.
Balanced Bites was started by a holistic nutritionist and fitness trainer, and this blog offers recipes, advice, podcasts, nutrition facts, and shopping lists focused on a Paleo diet.
Paleo for Women’s mission is “to advocate an evolutionary perspective for health.” The bloggers regularly emphasize the theme that a Paleo diet helps a woman work with her body instead of against it.
The Whole Nine website and blog is maintained by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig. The dietary recommendations that they make are based on the Paleo diet but put a greater emphasis on diet rather than on paleolithic history.
Gnolls features J. Staton, who regularly writes about the Paleo movement as it relates to diet, exercise, and connecting to human heritage.
Julianne’s Paleo & Zone Nutrition blog combines information about the Paleo and the Zone diets. It is written by a blogger in New Zealand who is interested in nutrition and provides Paleo Zone consultations.
That Paleo Guy is Jamie Scott, a health writer and researcher living in New Zealand. Jamie also maintains an exercise and nutrition consulting practice where he connects folks to the Paleo lifestyle.
Primalmeded is written by a new medical doctor who works to reconcile conventional medical wisdom with evolutionary concepts.
Paleo Comfort Foods is written by two home cooks who follow a Paleo diet. Their blog led to the 2011 publication of a book with the same title.
Steve’s Original produces Paleo snack packs that provide individuals with a way to eat Paleo on-the-go. The blog covers news about their products and information about living a Paleo lifestyle.
Civilized Caveman Cooking is a blog of recipes appropriate for a Paleo diet. The site also contains practical information about the Paleo Diet and what to stock in a Paleo Pantry.
PaleOMG is primarily a Paleo diet recipe blog with a few posts about the bloggers personal life and training schedule. The blog is fun to read as the blogger lets her humor shine through in each post.
Health Bent is a source for all natural, all Paleo recipes. The site ldoes an excellent job of posting recipes that truly are delicious.
Free the Animal is about “Expressing Your Primal Genes for Leanness, Health and Vitality.” The blogger has a background in business Administration, was commissioned in the US Navy after graduating from college, and later went on to start his own business. This blog is the result of his passion for Paleo diet.