Thursday, October 25, 2012

My favorite Paleo, Primal , and Low Carb Resources

Paleo & Primal Resources-my favorite

Reading & Blogs Paleo & Primal
The Paleo Solution  (Robb Wolf)
Marks Daily Apple  (Mark Sisson)
The Whole 9           (Melissa Hartwig)
Balanced Bites        (Diane Sanfillippo)
Top Paleo Bloggers resources   (Alison Golden from the Paleo/NonPaleo website)
Phoenix Helix          (Eileen) Great AIP resources

Blogs Low Carb
Sugar Free Revolution- Karen Thompson
Low Carb Genesis - Emily McGuire
Low Carb Dietitian - Franziska Spritzler

Recipes:
Nom Nom Paleo     (Michelle Tam)
Sarah Fragoso          (Sarah Fragoso, recipe link)


Podcasts: Paleo/Primal


Vinnie Tortorich                  (Vinnie Tortorich and Anna Vocino)
The JASSA Podcast             (Sarah Fragoso & Jason Seib)
Paleo Solution Podcast        (Robb Wolf)
Nom Nom Paleo Podcast     (Michelle Tam)
Fat Burning Man                 (Abel James)
The Primal Blue Print         (Mark Sisson)

The Latest in Paleo              (Angelo Coppola)


Paleo Magazine Radio         (Tony Federico)



That Paleo Show                  ( Brett Hill, Janah James,Stephanie Wasylyk)
The Wellness Guys Show    (The Wellness Couch)
The Primal Shift                   (Crystal Feildhouse, Jo Fitton)
PaleoCare Podcast               (PaleoCare RN's)
Relentless Roger and
the Caveman Dr.                  (Roger Dickerman and Colin Champ)
Dishing Up Nutrition           (Nutritional Weight and Wellness)
High Intensity Health Radio (Mike Mutzel)
Evolved Recovery               (Kendall Kendrick and Susan McCauley)
Born Primal                         (Kendall Kendrick)



Youtube video series
Alt Shift Diet (Jason Seib)

Podcasts: More Favorites, not all Paleo/Primal
Freakonomics Radio                       (Stephen Dubner)
Stuff Mom Never Told You            (How Stuff Works)
TedTalks                                          (Ted Conferences)
Happier with Gretchen Rubin         (Gretchen Ruben)
Quit Binge Eating Podcast             (Alen Standish)
Half Size Me Podcast                      (Heather Robertson)
The Rich Roll Podcast                    (Rich Roll)
This Is Your Life                             (Michael Hyatt)
Simple Life Together                       (Dan & Vanessa Hayes)
Sober Conversations                         (Herby Bell)
The Tim Ferris Show                        (Tim Ferris)
Bulletproof Radio                             (Dave Asprey)
Ben Greenfield Fitness                      (Ben Greenfield)
Found my Fitness                              (Rhonda Patrick, PhD)
60-Second Science                            (Scientific American)
Dr. Drew Podcast                              (Dr. Drew)
Over Eaters Anonymous                   (OA)
Overeaters Anonymous Virtual         (OA)
Speakers Bureau             


 Books:

Everyday Paleo & Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook  (Sarah Fragoso)
The Paleo Solution Diet   (Robb Wolf)
The Primal Blueprint       (Mark Sisson)
Practical Paleo                  (Diane Sanfillippo)
It Starts With Food       (Dallas and Melissa Hartwig)
AltShift Lasting Fat Loss  (Jason Seib)


Just a few of my favorite resources. Very glad that I've embraced the Paleo & Primal template.

2 comments:

  1. Yay! Thanks for all of these resources, Karen. Re: the Paleo/Primal recipes, do you usually just calculate the calories yourself? I've noticed that most "real food" cookbooks/recipes don't include that info.

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  2. Ahhh, great question Hils. Here's the scoop. The hard core, paelo principles don't include nutrition stats or any thing like that. Basically, the paelo crowd says- eat clean paleo and you won't need to count calories.

    That being said, I'm a paleo hybrid sort of person. When I was loosing weight,and during the first 6-9 months on maintenance- I did weigh and measure everything. I used my fitness pal to calculate the nutrition information.

    It was my best way to figure out calories, fat, carbs, protein. Now that I've had more practice, I don't have to track that much. But, I did learn excellent lessons from tracking that I absolutely needed to learn. So glad I did. I will do a blog post on that soon, too.

    My "I'm full so stop eating" switch is somewhat broken, so I spent a longer time tracking, until I could gather data on what was working for me before I stopped tracking my food.

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