Wow, Mark Sisson has really outdone himself in quotidian generosity and not just created the quintessential list of resources on everything paleo, primal, evolutionary, but he’s given a summary of each one of them. This is something that is going to be very helpful for you, especially the newbies. There’s no way you can digest all this stuff right off the bat, but you can go through his post and see what you might want to begin with and take it from there.
I’m really happy to see Dr. Stephan Guyenet’s Whole Health Source featured fist for the blogs. I would have to say that if you can read only one blog, then that is the one. Please go back to the very beginning and read through those archives. They’re free and you will learn more than from any single book I can think of. Of course, about 80-90% of Mark’s list constitutes the bulk of what I read daily and have read.
I don’t think I could possibly be more honored to have made such a list (and see here too; and Jimmy Moore’s honorable mention among such giants was a great acknowledgement for me) — and I’m just going to have to endeavor to keep myself on it.
So once again, go read Mark’s post, bookmark it, and begin constructing your own list of daily resources. Of course, it goes without saying that you should visit Mark’s Daily Apple as frequently as the name implies. And if you haven’t read it yet or are new to this, read Mark’s recently published book, The Primal Blueprint. This is now the go-to book for the primal / paleo lifestyle.