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55 New Paleo, Low-Carb & Health Blogs For February 2012

Whenever I talk to people whose lives have been changed for the better after they decided to make the prudent decision to start livin’ la vida low-carb to lose weight and/or get healthy, one of the first questions I ask them is this: “Do you have a blog?” If they answer “no” then I encourage them that we need more voices like them proclaiming the life-changing power of healthy low-carb living. The typical response is, “But what do I have to offer with so many great low-carb and Paleo blogs already out there?” The answer: YOU! That’s right, it is YOUR journey, YOUR story, YOUR weight loss, YOUR turnaround from a chronic health problem. I can’t write about beating diabetes because I am not diabetic. My story is mine and your story is yours. But all of us blogging together collectively weave an interesting tale that lets our culture know that the low-fat, high-carb, “healthy whole grains” diet that avoids “artery-clogging saturated fat” does not have a monopoly on good nutrition. When we stand up and make our voice heard through a blog, a YouTube video and even a podcast, it’s yet another chance for somebody who is mired in conventional wisdom to see that they too can buck the trend and start their low-carb lifestyle change in earnest and with confidence that it will positively impact them as well.

So how about it? Are you a low-carb or Paleo success story and haven’t taken the plunge to start blogging yet? Watch this YouTube video about starting your own low-carb blog and get in on the action of educating, encouraging and inspiring others with what you have to offer. When you decide to join in on the fun by starting your own Paleo, low-carb and health blog, then e-mail me the URL to livinlowcarbman@charter.net so I can feature you in a future blog post like this one. I take great joy and pleasure in spreading the word about the work that others in the low-carb community are doing through their outstanding blogs. It takes a lot of hard work to keep a blog going, but it is so worth the challenges involved. Consistency, quality and communication are three of the key elements to making your blog a success. That’s what many of these 55 new Paleo, low-carb and health blogs listed below are doing well and I encourage you to visit as many of them as you can, leave them a comment, write them an e-mail, and bookmark their page if you like what you see there. In case you missed any of my previous blog listings, take a look-see at all of them here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here.

Here are 55 new Paleo, low-carb and health blogs for February 2012:

1. LOW CARB DIET WORKS
2. PRIMAL PETER
3. DITCH THE WHEAT
4. MEATY, BEATY, BIG AND BOUNCY
5. HEALTHY COOKING @ SUITE101
6. FAT2PHATWITHFAT
7. PALEO WEIGHT LOSS COACH
8. THE NUTRITION DEBATE
9. DENIS J. KUCHARSKI’S BLOG
10. EAT. SLEEP. MOVE.
11. GO PRIMAL PAST 50
12. REINVENTING JESSICA
13. FEARLESS CRUNCH
14. MY FINAL ATKINS JOURNEY TO GOOD HEALTH
15. GYM RAT LAB RAT
16. PALEO BY DIANA
17. FIT URBAN MOMMY MAYHEM
18. JULIE AND WIL’S BLOG
19. LOW CARB RECIPES FOR ‘HOOS
20. HIGHBROW PALEO
21. FITNESS AND FAT LOSS
22. SUGARFREEGOODIES
23. A CHANGE OF LIFE…
24. NO CARB FOODS DIET
25. THE FRUGAL LOWCARBER
26. PALEOTHOUGHTS
27. TEMPLESTRONG
28. GRAIN FREE DIET
29. THE IF LIFE
30. EAT SLEEP LOVE TRAIN REPEAT
31. THE WINE WENCH
32. PRIMAL FOCUS
33. FU DIET
34. HOW TO COOK LIKE YOUR GRANDMOTHER
35. DON’T LET THE HEALTH SERVICE KILL YOU
36. FROM PUDGY TO PALEO
37. DIABETIC DIET GUIDE
38. VERSATILE HEALTH
39. CLIMBING MT EVEREST
40. HEALTHY-FAMILY.ORG
41. MELISSA THINKS
42. DIVINE HEALTH FROM THE INSIDE OUT
43. MEMPHIS QUE
44. VIRTUAL NUTRITION AND FITNESS
45. THE CANDIDA CARBS SOLUTION
46. BACON BEATS BREAD
47. STRUGGLE AND EMERGE
48. CLARE’S NUTRITION CORNER
49. CHEF ON A MISSION
50. MY LOW CARB DIET
51. THE CHOLESTEROL MYTH
52. FAT NEWS
53. ADIOS TO FATTY
54. JOURNEY TO ME VIA HCG
55. PRIMALISTEN (Swedish)

If you or someone you know has a low-carb, Paleo or health blog or web site that you’d like to see featured in a future blog post here at “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb,” then I’d love to know about it. E-mail me the name of the blog and the URL to livinlowcarbman@charter.net so I can add it to my next big blog update. As I said at the beginning of this post, if you’ve been successful in your weight and health by eating a healthy Paleo or low-carb diet, then you should DEFINITELY consider blogging too. Don’t underestimate the kind of influence YOU can make in the lives of people within your sphere of influence. When you’re ready to make a difference in the world with all you know about low-carb living, then drop me a line to let me know.

  • Frugal Jen FLC

    Thanks, Jimmy!

    Frugal Jen
    (The Frugal LowCarber)

    • Anonymous

      THANK YOU for your great service to the community, Jen!

  • http://www.facebook.com/esther.szczerba Esther Szczerba

    Are there any spanish Paleo, low carb, grain free blogs? 

    • Anonymous

      I’ve highlighted Spanish blogs before…click on the previous links above marked “here” and you’ll see a few of them. :)

  • Lynda Scott

    Oh my goodness Jimmy – you have my blog listed!!  How on earth did you find my little old blog from New Zealand?  I love spreading the word – the world needs to change and I think it is great that we are all doing our part :)

    Lynda
    achangeoflife.blogspot.com

    • Anonymous

      I have eyes everywhere Lynda. I appreciate your service.

      • Lynda Scott

        And I appreciate your service!!  I listen to everyone of your podcasts and never tire of them because you have such diverse guests and chat.  I do believe your influence is extremely far reaching and it is great to carry that on myself.

        • Anonymous

          Never stop.

  • http://paleoweightlosscoach.com/ Jedha

    I’m so excited. Thanks sooo much Jimmy for listing my site, Paleo Weight Loss Coach on your list. I feel honoured. I love your site and podcast :)

    • Anonymous

      Keep rockin’ it Jedha!

  • Pdxhollym

    LOL, this is why you told me to hurry up with my soon to be blog!  :)  Thanks for posting!

    • Anonymous

      Yep! ;)

  • http://grainfreediet.blogspot.com/ A @ Grain Free Diet

    Well, wow! I’m honored. Thanks much Jimmy! I suppose I should finish updating my new blog layout now :)

    By the way, I was just in my car listening to your podcast with Sean Croxton. Well done to both of you. That was a really great interview.

    • Anonymous

      Thanks for your great work. And Sean was superb.

  • http://twitter.com/Fat2PhatWithFat Fat2Phat

    Thank you so much for adding my blog! I really do appreciate it!

    • Anonymous

      You know it! Keep doing your thang. ;)

  • Anonymous

    You are VERY welcome! I’ve never won a blog award, so that’s cool for you. ;)

  • Primal Peter

    Thanks, Jimmy. I am sure your support of new Ancestral Health bloggers is really important for the continued growth and progress of our movement. Your energy and open collaborative style is an inspiration to us all!! – Primal Peter 

    • Anonymous

      Thanks buddy! We’ll never expand without supporting one another in the primary mission.

  • Craig

    Thanks for linking my barbecue-eating mission! You’ll be happy to know that I recently started using a glucose meter so that my restaurant reviews can include info on what my blood sugar was an hour after the meal. If a place is loading sugar into its rubs or sauces, I want to find out. Friends who know about the blog don’t actually read it keep asking, “How have you lost so much weight when you’ve been eating ribs every day?” And I tell them, “That’s one of the main points of the blog.”

    I’ve learned so much from you, Sean Croxton, Tom Naughton and all the additional people you three have exposed me to with your blogging, podcasting and videos, I feel compelled to pass some of that knowledge on. Just last night I was talking to some friends who have been losing weight eating low carb, but who were talking about how they were getting sick of baked chicken breast and green beans. They got wide-eyed when I told them that they needed to keep the carbs down but start getting the majority of their calories from saturated fat. I made them promise to follow some of the links in my own blogroll to people like you so they can understand why I avoid the chicken breast in favor of barbecue pork, beef short ribs, osso buco, beef tongue, pork cheeks, flank steak, beef heart, leg of lamb, etc. If the diet is bland and boring, you aren’t eating enough fat and you aren’t eating enough parts of enough animals.

    • Anonymous

      You are so right Craig. I was talking to a lady at church today who said she’s trying to eat “better.” I asked her what that means and she said oatmeal and salads. Sigh. Much work left to do. We oughta have you on my http://www.lowcarbconversations.com podcast sometime. Email me your Skype username to livinlowcarbman@charter.net if interested.

  • http://twitter.com/KoprivaMedia Jim Kopriva

    You rock!!  Awesome post and way to spread some love around the whole health/diet community

    • Anonymous

      I love paying it forward.

  • http://fearlesscrunch.tesoridesign.com/ Toni @ Fearless Crunch

    Thank you so much for the link love! I can’t wait to meet all of my new friends in the Jimmy Moore Blogging N00b Class of February 2012 (boy, that’s a mouthful)! 

  • http://www.sugarfreegoodies.wordpress.com/ SugarFree

    Jimmy, I was surprised and delighted to have SugarFreeGoodies.wordpress.com included in your blog list. I didn’t even know you’d ever heard of us! :)

    As the only low carb blog that has asked and answered the question: Is male obesity different from female obesity (YES, in many ways), and which offers a new WOL Protocol that _works_ for women with the insulin resistant version of PCOS, I’m very happy that we’ve begun to reach a wider audience. And a lot of that is thanks to you.

    My readers and I are *very* appreciative!

    SugarFree

    • Anonymous

      Enjoy the extra traffic! ;)

  • Sara

    Thanks for the link Jimmy!!!! I’ll try my best as a n00b to earn the spot!!! :)

    *Sara*
    BaconBeatsBread.com

    • Anonymous

      With bacon in the title, how can you go wrong? ;)

  • http://www.nocarbfoodsdiet.com/ LowCarbAndy

    Hey Jimmy,
    Thanks for adding my blog, No Carb Foods Diet, in your list of blogs.  I started the blog because I have been heavy (well actually fat) since I was a little kid.  I would lose weight for a while and then gain it all back.  I have a friend who was eating low carb and he lost a lot of weight so I thought I would try it to.  It works.
    Most of my family has been obese for years and I think it has to do with our genetics and how our bodies deal with carbs.  Since I have cut out grains and sugar I feel great and I am losing weight.  A great side benefit was my back pain went away.
    I agree with you about getting the word out about the truth of eating low carb and how it can help others to live a healthy life.  In particular I want to help kids who are being brain washed into eating sugar and starches by all the ads they see every day.  I just don’t understand how a country can allow 1/3 of their kids to be overweight or obese.  What are we doing to them?
    Being recognized by you is a great honor and really jazzes me up to do more posting.
    Thanks again.

    • Anonymous

      Keep at it Andy! This is a journey that won’t always be a bed of roses. But the pursuit of health all along the way is never a bad thing. Let me know how I can help.

      • http://www.nocarbfoodsdiet.com/ LowCarbAndy

        You already have helped Jimmy,  You can’t imagine how great it feels to have you notice my blog and then offer to help me in my quest.  As you know, this can be a lonely journey at times and can get really frustrating.  But the information and sense of community you foster here has had a profound impact on me.  I ordered your book from Amazon and I can’t wait for it to arrive but in the meantime I am reading the great information you have here.
        You have shown me the power that one man can have when he sets out to help others and I hope I can do the same.

        • Anonymous

          You will Andy…and you already are!

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    Thanks for sharing such a huge list of health blogs. Consistent interaction with the health information is necessary and important requirement of the current times.