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70 Paleo, Low-Carb & Health Blogs For You To Enjoy For Labor Day 2011

Happy Labor Day everyone! I hope you are able to be off of work for it (which is ironic since it’s LABOR Day) and crank up that grill one final time this summer for a big fat low-carb steak on the barbie! I don’t know about you but I’m ready for some cooler weather and a changing of the seasons.

Speaking of change, Christine and I will be appearing on a local television program in Greenville, South Carolina on Monday morning to talk about our recent failed embryo adoption story in an effort to help others understand the subjects of infertility and the frustration of the various options for having children. Christine still has her moments, but she’s been amazing through all of this and time is slowly healing the wounds. We appreciate all the continued prayers and positive thoughts for us as we move forward.

Historically speaking, I haven’t done a post like this one today unless I’m headed for vacation. But don’t worry–I ain’t going anywhere! But my list of new and interesting Paleo, low-carb and health blogs has just ballooned in just the past month and I couldn’t wait any longer to share these whopping 70 links with you. As usual, it’s an eclectic group of blogs for you hitting all angles of diet, food, health, nutrition and life. It’s good to see what others are putting out there and you may just find yourself a new favorite among the bunch! I’ve said it many times before, but be sure to leave a comment, write an e-mail, and bookmark the page of those blogs you especially enjoyed. You really will make their day. Here’s a list of all my previous blog listings–check ‘em out 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.

Don’t miss these 70 new blogs for you to enjoy this Labor Day 2011:

1. LOW CARB DIETITIAN
2. PALEO SPIRIT
3. THE PRIMAL PARENT
4. LOW CARB CARNIVORE
5. KICKING CARBS TO THE CURB
6. FAT STATE
7. THE NUTRITION DEBATE
8. THE COMMON SENSE WARRIOR
9. LOW CARB WISDOM
10. PRIMALMEDED
11. EXUBERANT ANIMAL
12. TECHMEDIC
13. MASTERING THE ART OF PALEO COOKING
14. CRITICAL MAS
15. PRIMAL GRUB
16. NATURALLY ENGINEERED
17. THE PALEO CURE
18. CAVEMAN BISTRO
19. 30 DAYS OF PALEO
20. FOLLOWING MY GUT
21. JUST REAL FOOD
22. CIVILIZED CAVEMAN COOKING
23. BIG TIM’S PRIMAL JOURNEY
24. CURE FOR THE CONVENTIONAL COLD
25. THE CLAN: A PALEO GATHERING
26. COMPREHENSIVE FITNESS SOLUTIONS
27. THE CULINARY CAVEGIRL
28. PALEO SUPERHUMAN
29. IRISH PALEO GIRL
30. GIRL.MEETS.FARM
31. THE PALEO NETWORK (Australia/New Zealand)
32. PALEO PLAN
33. PRIMAL BALANCE
34. SLOW CARB FOODIE
35. THE PRIMAL CHALLENGE
36. HEALTHY, HUNGRY AND HAPPY
37. COURAGEOUS MIND
38. CAVEMAN HOME COMPANION
39. PALEO IN ALASKA
40. HUNT GATHER SAUTE
41. REDBLOG
42. QUEEN OF THE STONE AGE
43. PALEOMG
44. SWEET CHEEKS
45. BETHANY’S BLOG
46. BE WISE MONKEY
47. A LOW CARB/PALEO DIARY
48. PRIMAL PLAYMATE
49. ECLECTIC KITCHEN
50. CROSSFIT 206
51. MY PALEO WORLD
52. AN OMNIVORE’S DECISION
53. PALEOHUND
54. TO LIVE, TO LAUGH, TO LOVE
55. THE SOULFUL SPOON
56. HAZMAT PALEO
57. PRIMAL-LIBERTARIAN
58. BECKY’S KALEIDOSCOPE
59. LOW CARB DIET DIARY
60. THE COMMON ROOM
61. DELIGHTFUL TASTE BUDS
62. LABEL FREE LIFE
63. PRIMAL ORLANDO
64. CAVEMAN FOOD
65. THE CAVEWOMAN’S KITCHEN
66. THE BULLETPROOF EXECUTIVE
67. PERSONAL INFLUENCE
68. EDIBLE HEALTH
69. PIZSEZ
70. EDIBLE INTELLIGENCE

Did you like these blogs? Don’t forget to TELL THEM by leaving a comment. 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 coming when my list gets to be too long like it did this time. If you’ve been successful in your weight and health eating a healthy high-fat, moderate protein, low-carb diet, then you should consider starting your own low-carb blog to pass the message on to a world desperate for answers. THANKS so much for reading!

  • Reba

    I think it’ll take more than a day to get thru that list, so I’ll bookmark this page and keep coming back ;-)  Thanks Jimmy!

    • Anonymous

      Sorry about that…it was a long list. :)

  • http://pizsez.blogspot.com Michael P (@PizSez)

    Wow! Thanks for the link! I’ve been a fan for some time now. :)

    • Anonymous

      You’re quite welcome!

  • http://profiles.google.com/peggy.holloway5 Peggy Holloway

    Jimmy:
    This is not directly relevant to this post, but since it is the most recent blog entry, I am hoping you and others will see this. Earlier this summer I wrote about my sister’s inability to control her blood sugar/weight issues with a low-carb diet after nearly 12 years of trying. I posted the following on the Fathead Blog in response to a conversation about the Taubes-Guyanet controversy where I had earlier posted a long diatribe about the genetic/insulin-resistance repercussions that go beyond fattening. Right after that, I had the Facebook conversation with my sister that I report below. This is really important that everyone in the low-carb community see this. I am hoping that someone will have an answer to help this really sweet, beautiful person that is suffering so much. Here is what I posted on Fathead:

    OK. After my long diatribe about my family and how we have all been
    rescued from fates worse than death by low-carb diets, I have to admit
    that there is one family member for whom low-carb does not seem to have
    worked. I have mentioned before that my sister is not able to control
    her blood sugar or lose weight in spite of careful low-carb dieting for
    nearly 12 years. She is so desperate that she went to see Dr. Mary
    Vernon, in spite of reading negative reviews about Dr. Vernon’s practice
    and both Tom Naughton and Jimmy Moore enthusiastically endorsed that
    plan. It has been about 6 weeks since she went to Lawrence, KS (not an
    inconsiderable investment of time and money). She commented on my
    Facebook posting of Gary’s latest blog with “Why doesn’t all of this
    work for me?” I replied “What does Dr. Vernon say?” I am pasting in
    Jane’s reply because I think it is important that everyone in the
    low-carb community know about this. I also am desperately seeking an
    answer to why my beautiful sister can’t find the relief of her health
    problems that everyone else in my family has found through the low-carb
    lifestyle. She is the only one of my generation to be officially
    diagnosed as “Type II” and she spent years on low-fat, low-calorie,
    high-carb diets (including the 3 months on Weight Watchers + walking 5
    miles a day when she gained 10 pounds and received her official
    diagnosis). Well, here is a direct quote:

    Jane wrote: “Well basically nothing. She is very hard to get ahold of
    (never answers the phone or e-mails) and I’m not sure that she believes
    me that I am following the diet and it just isn’t working for me. I had
    all those expensive tests and I have heard nothing from her about the
    results. I have only heard once from her nurse and she said that maybe
    they would put me on Januvia which I already take and listed on the form
    they had me fill out when I went there. I am not happy with the
    situation at all.”

    • Anonymous

      Peggy, I will pass this along to Dr. Vernon. Can you email m her specific menus?

  • http://theprimalparent.com Peggy the Primal Parent

    Thanks for adding my site to the list, Jimmy! I’m happy to be on your radar.

    • Anonymous

      I try to keep up with those who are doing fantastic work.

  • http://twitter.com/CriticalMAS Michael Allen Smith

    Thanks for the include! 

    • Anonymous

      You bet! Enjoy.

  • http://twitter.com/LowCarbRD Franziska Spritzler

    Jimmy, thank you so much again for mentioning my website above.  I’ve gotten some great feedback from your readers. Moving closer to Paleo all the time, thanks in large part to you :)   Franziska aka Low Carb Dietitian

    • Anonymous

      Awesome!

  • http://twitter.com/DCBarefootRun Bob Ewing

    Jimmy, thanks so much for linking to The Primal Challenge!   We started on July 1 and today should break 12,000 views for the site.  We’ve had several new people sign up for our 30-day challenge.   Awesome sites like yours help us to succeed!   Keep up the great work.  http://theprimalchallenge.wordpress.com/

    • Anonymous

      Happy to spread the word, Bob.

  • http://www.ultimatebeachbody.com Tiffany @ UBB

    Wow! That list should keep me busy for a while…
    Thanks for all the great new low carb inspiration :) 

    • Anonymous

      ENJOY! ;)

  • http://www.slowcarbhq.com E Meredith Young

    Jimmy — thanks for pulling this list together. I’m reading Paleo books right along with low and slow carb books and checking out all kinds of sites. People who take time to compile lists like this REALLY help!   Thanks!

    • Anonymous

      It’s my pleasure Meredith.

  • Fatmi Tab

     Jimmy you are doing a great job, i like your post.

    • Anonymous

      Why THANK YOU!

  • http://www.paleohund.com/ Weston

    Thank you for mentioning Paleohund! As I told you at AHS, I love your interviews! Keep up the great work Jimmy!

    • Anonymous

      Thanks buddy!

  • http://www.paleo.com.au Suz

    Thanks for adding me Jimmy!

    • Anonymous

      You bet!