Yesterday I shared the secret to my weight loss success and what I’ve been up to since my last post at The Fat Girl’s Guide to Life.
It had been awhile, if you remember. But yesterday I shared how wonderful the Paleo diet has been for my health. Not just in losing thirty-five pounds, but also in clearing up more than a few symptoms and long-term health issues I’d struggled with. (Fabulous complexion, thank you!)
I’m happy to say that, in addition to melting the fat, the Paleo diet has eliminated almost all of my PCOS symptoms. It’s built up the muscle mass. I’m leaner, energetic, and just not hungry all the time.
But I didn’t magically pull Paleo knowledge from thin air. I learned it from somewhere. And since this isn’t a Paleo blog, I’d like to share where you can find a few of the Paleo and medical experts who have helped me get my life back.
Medical Doctors and Nutritional Experts
- Sean Croxton from Underground Wellness knows that self care is better than health care. Do you have symptoms without an identifiable cause? Sean can show you how to get healthy after the the medical field has failed.
- Andreas Eenfeldt is the family MD practitioner behind Diet Doctor. He takes a comprehensive and easy to understand approach to healthy nutrition using what he calls the LCHF (low carbohydrate, high fat) diet. He explains how the low fat craze caused obesity and how to beat the bulge.
- Chris Kresser discusses how diet and nutrition cause a number of diseases in America and how political issues undermine the efforts of good medicine.
- Robb Wolf is well known in the Paleo community. He’s published a number of helpful books on the subject.
- Chowstalker posts delicious, quick, and healthy recipes. Your plate will never be boring with a recipe resource like this one because you’ll never eat the same thing twice.
- Dessertstalker satisfies the sweet tooth for Paleo and nonPaleo foodies alike. Cookies? No problem. Because grain free is the way to be, and Desserstalker knows it.
- Fast Paleo pools recipes from Paleo-friendly sites around the web and brings them all to your screen. They also have an app.
Have I missed any no-miss resources? Share them here. I’m interested.