Top 50 Paleo Diet Blogs

In the last several years, the Paleo diet has changed the way many people eat – and for those of us who are wondering how to make a go of it there are a multitude of Paleo diet blogs. But the Paleo diet is about more than stuffing your face with scads of meat – in fact, most people following a Paleo eating style have a diet packed full of fruits and veggies.

Paleo eating offers an array of health benefits and is often used to address a wide range of autoimmune conditions, blood sugar imbalances, obesity and more. Our top 50 Paleo diet blogs will leave you feeling inspired and ready to get cooking in the kitchen!

Chris Kresser

Connect: www.chriskresser.com

The Scoop: Chris’ website is filled with in-depth, evidence-based information about a wide range of health topics, from food additives to fats to gut health, along with a podcast, e-books, and a ton of Paleo-style recipes.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Still Think Low-Fat Dairy is the ‘Healthy’ Choice? Think Again.

Balanced Bites

Connect: www.BalancedBites.com

The Scoop: Diane Sanfillipo is a paleo rockstar and her two books Practical Paleo and Mediterranean Paleo are staples in any Paleo-inspired kitchen. Her sense of humour combined with simple and delicious recipes make for a winning combo!

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Hot and Sweet Ginger-Garlic Chicken

The Primal Desire

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Connect: www.theprimaldesire.com

The Scoop: This Canadian duo takes a team approach to Paleo blogging. Their website is fun, witty and full of interesting and creative Paleo recipes.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Paleo Hummus

Paleo Crumbs

Connect: www.paleocrumbs.com

The Scoop: This fantastic blog is written by 16-year-old Macy, the daughter of one of our CNE program grads. You won’t be able to stop drooling over her gorgeous photos and recipes!

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Grain-Free Thin Mints

Nom Nom Paleo

Connect: www.nomnompaleo.com

The Scoop: Called the Martha Stewart of Paleo, Michelle Tam is an ex-pharmacist who began blogging about the Paleo diet in 2010. She’s since become a best-selling cookbook author, plus she has an award-winning iPad cookbook app.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Magic Mushroom Powder

The Paleo Mom

Connect: www.thepaleomom.com

The Scoop: This blog, written by a scientist and (obviously) mom who lost 120 pounds on the Paleo diet, makes scientific concepts easy to understand and offer tips for raising a healthy Paleo family.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Gluten-Free Diets Can Be Healthy for Kids

Primal Palate

Connect: www.primalpalate.com

The Scoop: This husband and wife duo are behind this popular blog, which features Paleo and allergen-friendly recipes, menu plans, videos and more. They’re also the authors of four cookbooks.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Gut-Healing Blueberry Gummies

Stupid Easy Paleo

Connect: www.stupideasypaleo.com

The Scoop: Steph is a high school science teacher and holistic nutritionist who’s on a mission to make Paleo eating, well, stupid easy. There are a ton of resources on her site, including a free mini e-course, videos and downloadable shopping guides.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Why Paleo Donuts Suck

Against All Grain

Against All Grain Sandwich Bread

Connect: www.againstallgrain.com

The Scoop: Danielle, a best-selling cookbook author and self-trained chef, cured herself of the autoimmune disease ulcerative colitis by following a grain-free diet. Her blog is full of delicious recipes that inspire people to enjoy food, not feel deprived.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Grain-Free Sandwich Bread

The Paleo Diet

Connect: www.thepaleodiet.com

The Scoop: Dr. Loren Cordain is basically the godfather of the Paleo diet, and on this blog he combines his knowledge with a plethora of other experts to offer recipes, articles and research about eating Paleo.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: This Is Your Brain on Paleo

Mangia Paleo

Connect: www.mangiapaleo.com

The Scoop: What happens when a bread and pasta-loving Italian develops severe stomach issues? Stefanie turned to a Paleo diet and hasn’t looked back – and has been living deliciously ever since.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Paleo Stracciatella

Rubies and Radishes

Connect: http://www.rubiesandradishes.com

The Scoop: After many years of being a ‘carb-atarian’ (a vegetarian who lives off bread, pasta and sandwiches), Arsy was introduced to the Paleo diet, which pumped her full of energy and made constant headaches a thing of the past.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Digestion Mocktail

Primal Yum

Connect: www.primalyum.co.uk

The Scoop: Rosita grew up with every allergy under the sun and was perpetually ill and overweight. When her sister encouraged her to try the Paleo diet, she discovered that she could live a life full of pep, and lost the stubborn weight (along with those carb-y cravings).

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Peach and Coconut Mess

Mark’s Daily Apple

Connect: www.marksdailyapple.com

The Scoop: Mark’s website has educated and inspired a countless number people to consider the Paleo diet. Using a ton of evidence and critical thinking, Mark explores evolutionary science and encourages others to take responsibility for their health.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: 7 Common Calorie Myths We Should All Stop Believing

Hunter Gatherer

Connect: www.huntergatherer.com

The Scoop: Written by John Durant, who studied evolutionary psychology, Hunter Gatherer is about his adventures as a self-proclaimed ‘professional caveman’.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: The Alpha-male Narrative Myth?

Robb Wolf

Connect: www.robbwolf.com

The Scoop: A former research biochemist and now a best-selling author about the Paleo diet, Robb’s site offers a podcast, ebooks and personal coaching.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Paleo is Expensive!

Virginia is for Hunter Gatherers

Spicy Pickled Brussels Sprouts Recipe

Connect: www.vahuntergatherers.com

The Scoop: Written by a couple who lost weight and improved their health through the Paleo diet, this blog explores a wide range of Paleo recipes.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Spicy Pickled Brussels Sprouts

Thriving on Paleo

Connect: www.thrivingonpaleo.com

The Scoop: Michele, who made a commitment to the Paleo diet after being diagnosed with a number of autoimmune conditions, blogs about Paleo living to help people sort through the confusion, save time and money, and have fun while doing it.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Paleo Carob-Covered Apples

Elana’s Pantry

Connect: www.elanaspantry.com

The Scoop: Elana Amsterdam ditched grains more than a decade ago and has since written several best-selling cookbooks featuring grain-free, gluten-free and dairy-free recipes. She also has hundreds of free recipes on her blog to choose from!

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sesame Salmon Burgers

The Tasty Remedy

Connect: www.thetastyremedy.com

The Scoop: Suzie was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in her early 20s, and her symptoms were so bad that on some days she could barely move. After giving the Paleo diet a try, she was finally able to heal and ditch all of her medications.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Italian Wedding Soup

Hold the Grain

Ginger salmon nori rolls

Connect: www.holdthegrain.com

The Scoop: Written by a 19-year-old student who was diagnosed with POTS syndrome, this blog is meant to inspire others to eat satisfying Paleo food.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Ginger Salmon Nori Rolls

Paleo with Mrs. P

Connect: www.paleowithmrsp.com

The Scoop: This blog highlights Paleo recipes and lifestyle tips from London-er Emma, who discovered she could control her diabetes, weight, headaches, acne and hormone imbalances with a Paleo diet.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Mango Breakfast Cream Pot

Real Food Liz

Connect: www.realfoodliz.com

The Scoop: Liz is a health coach, author and amateur homesteader (she lives in the country with goats, cows and chickens!) who writes about nutrition, natural skincare, and how to make eating fun.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Why Ghee is Good for You Inside and Out

Strictly Paleo-Ish

Connect: www.strictlypaleoish.com

The Scoop: This blog began as a fun side project for a 30-ish Swedish dude on paternity leave, but when he discovered that other people were actually interested in what he was cooking, he decided to continue writing it.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Chicken Wok with Romaine and Roasted Sesame

Paleo Porn

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Connect: www.paleoporn.net

The Scoop: Another website co-founded by a hubby-and-wife team, Paleo Porn is home to hundreds of drool-worthy photos and recipes, along with a list of Paleo-friendly restaurants and a handy ‘Is it Paleo?’ food guide.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Poached Halibut with Beets

Paleo Dish

Connect: www.paleodish.com

The Scoop: Cindy’s world was shaken in 2003 when her mother suddenly died. She began to re-evaluate her life and her health, which inspired a 70-pound weight loss. She began eating Paleo in 2009 and blogs about health, fitness, and nutrient-dense Paleo foods.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Creamy Garlicky Guacamole

Paleo Comfort Foods

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Connect: www.paleocomfortfoods.com

The Scoop: These two married home cooks have dedicated themselves to creating and refining Paleo recipes that are unique, tasty and enjoyable to make.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Paleo Party ‘Cheese’ Ball

Paleo Parents

Connect: www.paleoparents.com

The Scoop: This blog offers practical tips and recipes about how to feed an entire family on the Paleo diet. Site creators Matt and Stacy know what they’re talking about ’cause they’ve been feeding themselves and their three young children using the Paleo diet for years!

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Spaghetti Carbonara Quiche

Paleo Polly

Connect: www.paleopolly.com

The Scoop: A lawyer turned Paleo enthusiast, Paleo Polly (her real name is actually Charlotte) blogs about Paleo living, plus she offers Paleo health consults, a cookery school, cooking parties, and Paleo shopping services.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Paleo Cauliflower Chowder

Whole Health Source

Connect: www.wholehealthsource.blogspot.co.uk

The Scoop: Stephan is an obesity researcher, neurobiologist and author who makes health science easy to understand for the non-science-y folks among us.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Beans, Lentils and the Paleo Diet

The Domestic Man

cobb salad - domestic man

Connect: www.thedomesticman.com

The Scoop: The Domestic Man blogs weekly about traditional, cultural and international dishes to keep us in touch with our history and where our food comes from.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Cobb Salad with Green Goddess Dressing

Eat Drink Paleo

Connect: www.eatdrinkpaleo.com.au

The Scoop: Eat Drink Paleo, written by Ukraine-born, Sydney-based Irena, showcases the variety of Paleo dishes and flavours that inspire anyone to take control of their health using the Paleo diet.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sweet Potato, Caramelized Garlic and Toasted Pine Nut Soup

Cave Girl Plus One

Connect: www.cavegirlplusone.com

The Scoop: Meg is a Canadian midwife who writes about how to healthfully follow a Paleo lifestyle when you’re eating for two, or trying to optimize your fertility.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: How to Eat Paleo in Every Trimester

Paleo for Women

Connect: www.paleoforwomen.com

The Scoop: Stefani is a trained research scientist and author whose aim is to be a guide for women so they can regain their health, energy, fertility and positive self-image using the Paleo diet.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Love is the New Skinny

Cave Girl in the City

Connect: www.cavegirlinthecity.com

The Scoop: This fun blog features delicious Paleo recipes, style tips and fitness advice for modern girls living in a Paleo world.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Paleo Nut Butter Thumbprints

Pastured Kitchen

ShreddedBeef-3- free range human

Connect: www.pasturedkitchen.com

The Scoop: This blog chronicles Sean’s journey to heal and manage his lifelong epilepsy using the Paleo diet.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Turmeric and Herb Pulled Beef

Paleo Foodies

Connect: www.paleofoodies.com.au

The Scoop: Want to know where to eat Paleo in Australia, and peruse delicious recipes? Paleo Foodies has got you covered.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Almond-Crusted Poached Eggs

Everyday Paleo

Connect: www.everydaypaleo.com

The Scoop: Everyday Paleo began with Sarah Fragoso and includes Paleo-themed posts from a variety of contributors, podcasts, videos and health tips. Sarah’s also the author of four books on the Paleo diet, with another on the way.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Mushroom Meatballs with Easy Tomato Sauce

South Beach Primal

South Beach Primal

Connect: www.southbeachprimal.com

The Scoop: Rachel is a Miami resident who turned to the Paleo diet to deal with severe acne and IBS and saw results within days. Her blog is loaded with heavenly Paleo food photos and her fun personality.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Oriental Goji Berry Soup

Clothes Make the Girl

Connect: www.theclothesmakethegirl.com

The Scoop: This fun and eclectic blog, written by an ex-Derby girl, shares Paleo recipes, fitness tips and inspiration to live a clean Paleo life.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: 5 Painless Ways to Be a Paleo Social Butterfly

The Spunky Coconut

Paleo Cheeseburger Soup

Connect: www.thespunkycoconut.com

The Scoop: This popular blog is jam-packed with heavenly food photos and creative recipes that often contain – you guessed it – plenty of coconut.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Dairy-Free Cheeseburger Soup

Popular Paleo

Connect: www.popularpaleo.com

The Scoop: Popular Paleo will teach you how to eat a Paleo diet without breaking the bank and amuse you at the same time.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Slow Cooker Balsamic Chicken and Sausage

Taylor Made it Paleo

Connect: www.taylormadeitpaleo.com

The Scoop: Written by a sassy cavegal in her 20s, this blog is mostly filled with Paleo baked treats.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Single Lady Apple Pie

Civilized Caveman Cooking

Cinnamon Chicken Paleo - Caveman Cooking

Connect: www.civilizedcavemancooking.com

The Scoop: This ex-marine turned award-winning Paleo diet food blogger shares a ton of delicious recipes that are family and kid-approved.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Sage and Cinnamon Chicken

Freckled Italian

Connect: www.freckleditalian.com

The Scoop: Megan is a half-Irish, half-Italian Paleo diet lover and writer who blogs about Paleo recipes and style tips.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Paleo Breakfast Wraps

Irish Paleo Girl

Connect: www.irishpaleogirl.ie

The Scoop: Denise began blogging about Paleo eating after her son was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. She became so passionate about the Paleo diet that she’s since become a nutritionist.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Chicken and Kale Soup

The Weston Price Foundation

Connect: www.westonaprice.org

The Scoop: This website, based on the work of Dr. Weston A Price, is packed with detailed information and evidence about the importance of whole food, ancestral diets.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Why Bone Broth is Beautiful

Goodies Against the Grain

Connect: www.goodiesagainstthegrain.blogspot.ca

The Scoop: This delectable blog is written by 12-year-old Sadie, who turned to the Paleo diet after discovering she had multiple food allergies. She became obsessed with making her own healthy, gluten-free treats – and her blog shares the goodies she creates.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Biscotti

The Nourished Caveman

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Connect: www.thenourishedcaveman.com

The Scoop: Vivica is a nutritionist and blogger who focuses on a Paleo, ketogenic diet and writes about using natural foods to help heal our bodies.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Daikon Kimchi for Digestive Health

Coconut Contentment

Connect: www.coconutcontentment.com

The Scoop: After Emily healed her gut with the Paleo diet, she began to share how others can use delicious Paleo recipes to do the same.

Our Favourite Recipe/Post: Toasted Coconut Butter Bread

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18 responses to “Top 50 Paleo Diet Blogs

  1. Aly @alyskiFebruary 26, 2015

    So many great resources! Thank you for putting this together! One great Paleo foodie that was missed is the Zenbelly blog! Simone is a professional chef & has a fabulous book out.

    1. Nikki Young @amywalsh948August 26, 2015

      I heard a lots of Paleo diet and luckily found your post. Amazing collection of of recipes. Looking very tasty and delicious. Great post.

  2. Leesa leesakliFebruary 26, 2015

    Thanks for the list!

    Some of these sites are new to me.

    I’m especially impressed with the number of teens nominated here! Can’t wait to try some new recipes :)

  3. Megan mflynnpeteFebruary 26, 2015

    Amazing! I feel so honored to be on this list! Thank you so much!

  4. OMG!!! What an honor to be put at number 2!!! Above many of our blogging heros even! I’m also looking forward to checking out a lot of these other sites!
    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  5. Laura Scaviola @mangiapaleoFebruary 27, 2015

    Glad to be a part of such an amazing list! Thank you for featuring Mangia Paleo!

    -Laura

  6. Sean @pasturedkitchenFebruary 27, 2015

    Thanks for putting us on the list! Really honored. Just wanted to let you know that the blog linked here is our old site and we’ve switched domains from FreeRange Human to PasturedKitchen. Just wanted to clarify all that. Thanks again!

  7. Michele Spring @thrivingpaleoFebruary 27, 2015

    Wow, thanks so much for including me on your list! I feel very honored. Some great blogs recognized here!

  8. Steph Gaudreau @stupideasypaleoFebruary 27, 2015

    Wow! Thank you so very much for including me on such a great list of bloggers. It really means a lot!

  9. Great list! It’s nice to see more and more Paleo blogs and information coming out.

  10. Sherry February 28, 2015

    Thanks for the awesome reference. If I could add one more it would be The Healthy Foodie – it is a favorite go to.

  11. Thank you so much for including me on this list alongside some of the most inspiring bloggers, I feel honoured!

    1. Meghan Telpner March 6, 2015

      It’s well deserved!

  12. Dr. Lane Sebring October 29, 2015

    Thanks for the websites. The recipes I have gotten will feed me for years.

  13. Thanks for sharing blog really helpful. Waiting for your next post.

  14. John elvistributeMay 2, 2017

    Very impressive and thorough list of sites. Thanks for putting them all together. And all the recipes as well! Cheers.

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