If you haven’t tried the Cracklin’ Chicken from Michelle Tam’s Nom Nom Paleo, then you have not lived. Seriously. It’s that good. Nom Nom paleo has tons of recipes, witty banter, Whole30 meals, and my current favorite: packed lunches (for kids and adults). Plus they have an app and a book, so lots of great ways to get some very good paleo recipes and other info.
The Clothes Make the Girl
Melissa Joulwan’s web site is amazing. She has a massive collection of paleo recipes, many of which she included in her cookbooks: Well Fed and Well Fed 2. After cooking her Stovetop Pork Carnitas a couple of times, I was hooked, and now her site is one of my go-to places to find new recipes to try. And now I’m feeling hungry, just thinking about those carnitas! Go to her site. You won’t be disappointed.
The Paleo Diet
The Paleo Diet is a web site for Dr. Loren Cordain, the founder of the “paleo movement.” His site has volumes of information about the paleo way of eating, including research, recipes, and The Insider, which is a collection of research-based articles about the paleo diet.
The 21-Day Sugar Detox Online Program
Whether you already have the books or not, the online program for The 21-Day Sugar Detox is a great resource for anybody that wants to do the 21DSD. You’ll get downloadable 1-page guides (including the yes/no food lists), additional meal plans, discounts on 21DSD-friendly products, more recipes, access to forums for one-on-one help, and more. Plus you can sign up for daily detox emails (free). If you already own the guide book and/or cookbook, you can get a discount on the online program, and if you don’t already own the books, you can purchase a package that includes them.