15 Paleo Bloggers Tell You What They Are Reading

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Do you ever go into anyone’s home and start browsing their bookshelves?

Why do we do that?

Is it to find a point of commonality with which to start a conversation? To get a book recommendation? Or to find out more about your host, find something out about how they tick?

I venture it is all of those.

I went to my first CrossFit session last night and needed to have some fun today. So I rounded up as many paleo bloggers as I could and asked them a personal question. (Because we all want to know the answers to personal questions, don’t we!)

What are you reading right now?

I’m a bookworm (follow me on Goodreads if you want to know what I’m reading) and learning what other paleos are reading is very, very interesting to me – educational, satisfies my curiosity and heads up some new authors for me to investigate.

Read on and you’ll learn what books crop up over and over again on paleo bedside tables, who likes sci-fi, historical mysteries, and comedy, and whose books you might like to read too.  You might even learn something about the interior life of your favorite blogger. 😉

Here we go…

paleo parents, matthew mccarry, stacy tothPaleo Blogger #1. Paleo Parents:

 
sarah ballantyne, the paleo momPaleo Blogger #2. Sarah Ballantyne, The Paleo Mom:
 
stefani ruper, paleo for womenPaleo Blogger #3. Stefani Ruper, Paleo For Women:
 
michelle tam, nom nom paleoPaleo Blogger #4. Michelle Tam, NomNom Paleo:
 
jeremy hendon, paleo living magazinePaleo Blogger #5. Jeremy Hendon, Paleo Living Magazine:
 
jimmy moore, livin la vida low carbPaleo Blogger #6. Jimmy Moore, Living La Vida Low Carb:
 
orleatha smith, level health nutritionPaleo Blogger #7. Orleatha Smith, Level Health & Nutrition:
  • Paleo Fitness by Darryl Edwards.
 
Mark_Sisson_5Paleo Blogger #8. Mark Sisson, Marks Daily Apple:
 
rachel albert, healthy cooking coachPaleo Blogger #9. Rachel Albert, The Healthy Cooking Coach:
 
tara grant, primal girlPaleo Blogger #10. Tara Grant, Primal Girl:
 
george-bryant, civilized caveman creationsPaleo Blogger #11. George Bryant, Civilized Caveman Creations:
 
robb-wolfPaleo Blogger #12. Robb Wolf, RobbWolf.com:
 
jason seib, everyday paleoPaleo Blogger #13. Jason Seib, Everyday Paleo:
 
louise yang, ancestral chefPaleo Blogger #14. Louise Yang, Ancestral Chef:
 
evan brand, notjustpaleo Paleo Blogger #15. Evan Brand, Not Just Paleo:

Interesting, huh? What are you reading right now? Any recommendations? Tell us in the comments!

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amazon, modern no nonsense guide to paleoAre you struggling to sustain a paleo lifestyle change? Or not sure how to start? Or perhaps those around you are resistant and you're feeling undermined and unsure. The Modern, No-Nonsense Guide to Paleo provides practical tools to ease the transition to a full-on paleo life. Each chapter includes strategies, tips and checklists to identify the actions to power you on your paleo journey and create sustainable change. Buy it at Amazon.com.

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Alison Golden writes on the topic of paleo over at Paleo/NonPaleo. She aims to share ideas, inspire and motivate readers by teaching them how to live paleo in a non-paleo world. She is also the author of the bestselling book, The Modern, No-Nonsense Guide to Paleo, a unique tool that gives the reader hundreds of strategies to navigate the learning process to successful paleo living.

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