I thought it might be of some interest to my readers as to what low-carb oriented blogs I read on a regular basis. I recently posted Blog Reading Made Easier which is a little post about Google Reader and Bloglines. They’re both a great way to automate updates to your blogs and save you the time and hassle of checking each one individually.
Dr. Jonny Bowden’s Blog — great blog posts from a fantastic low-carb author. I’ve read his “Living the Low Carb Life” and “150 Healthiest Foods on Earth” and recommend both of them. He has other books released since them, so check him out.
Fear and Loathing in the Kitchen — Tracy Bradley writes some thought provoking posts about the low-carb world and has some super links to a plethora of other low-carb resources.
Hold The Toast Press — If you’ve been doing low-carb for very long at all then you know the name Dana Carpender. Dana has published some of the best low-carb cookbooks out there. She occasionally posts some of her recipes on her blog and some other insightful news you can use.
Jimmy Moore’s Livin’ La Vida Low Carb Blog — So far as I’m concerned Jimmy Moore is the king of low-carb blogging! He produces more interviews, reviews and low-carb news than any other blogger I know of. He also does podcasts, writes for Examiner.com and has the friendly and informative Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Discussion Forum.
Low Carb New England — Alex the blogger has realized great success with the low-carb lifestyle not only in weight loss but in overall improved health. He has a vision to help spread the low-carb good news and help others succeed. He has several great recipes.
Low-Carb for You — The writer of this low-carb blog, Stargazey, has some helpful and informative posts discussing the science behind the low-carb lifestyle.
Low-Carbing and General Health News — Author Jennifer Eloff, who has written 3 national best-selling cookbooks and several other books, has a great blog in which she shares some of her recipes and has some great posts about the low-carb lifestyle as well. She’s a great asset to the low-carb community.
Mary Dan Eades, M.D. — Mary Dan and her husband Michael Eades are writers of the best selling “Protein Power”. Her blog covers science and nutrition as well as low-carb foods and products.
Health & Nutrition by Michael R. Eades, M.D. — Dr. Michael Eades is the other half of the “Protein Power” book and plan. He has excellent posts breaking down technical medical and nutrition research, studies and data into language most of us can understand. I love his writing style.
The Lighter Side of Low-Carb — Self described as “Low Carb With an Attitude (Because We’re All Cheeky Monkeys Trying for a Little Less Cheek)”. Blog author Cleochatra is sure to keep you in stitches with her own style of humor as she shares recipes, low-carb news and just tidbits about life in general. She is also a National Low-Carb Examiner.
The Steaks are High — Blogger Kate Welch provides recipes, restaurant tips, low-carb lifestyle articles and research and data info.
Welcome to My Low-Carb Kitchen — Vikki shares her own personal successes, failures, and life lessons as well as low-carb recipes and tips. She has a very nice personalized writing style and is a real encourager.
Weight of the Evidence — Regina Wilshire is an outstanding blogger who provides her readers with “timely evidence from scientifice studies that supports healthy habits, along with musings, thoughts and other things from various sources.”
Well, there’s my little BlogRoll. It’s not nearly an inclusive list of low-carb blogs but it’s what I’m reading now. One neat thing is that when you visit these blogs I’ve mentioned is that you’ll find a horde of links to even more low-carb blogs and resources.
And if you know of an outstanding blog you think I should be reading, then by all means feel free to leave me a recommendation in your comments.
There Really is Life Without Donuts!
Ron, aka The Former Donut Junkie