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My Favorite Book in 2015

Posted on 01. Jan, 2016 by .


Today is the last day to register for the Superhuman 40 Challenge at the discounted early registration rate.  Whether you plan to participate in the challenge or not, this post will help you get the most out of 2016.  It includes some of my favorite concepts from the best book that I read in 2015, […]

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How to Eat Paleo When You Have No Time

Posted on 13. Jan, 2015 by .


Besides “I love eating bread too much”, “lack of time” is probably the #1 excuse I hear, about why people are apprehensive to start a paleo diet.  A big part of me just wants to shake these people and tell them that they need to prioritize their life, and spend more time on their most […]

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Why You Should Eat More Egg Yolks

Posted on 31. Aug, 2012 by .


“Egg Yolks As Dangerous As Smoking, Experts Say!” That was a recent headline on the Huffington Post Canada website and repeated all over news stations and the internet earlier this month.  The article was in summary of a recent study performed at the London Health Sciences Centre’s University Hospital where elderly patients were asked to […]

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3 BIG Reasons Bloomberg’s BIG Soda Ban in NYC is GREAT!

Posted on 05. Jun, 2012 by .


On Thursday of last week, Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City proposed a ban on sugary sodas over 16 ounces.  I know you are thinking to yourself, “of course a health blog is going to tell me what a great idea this.” Well as someone highly opposed to big government and strongly FOR personal […]

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The Bulletproof Diet: How to Upgrade Paleo and Eat More Chocolate, Butter, and Coffee Everyday!

Posted on 08. Apr, 2012 by .


Dave Asprey starts almost every day off by blending around 6 spoonfuls of KerryGold butter and/or MCT Oil (another fat source) into his morning cup of coffee. For the last 2 years, he has consumed between 4000 and 4500 calories daily without exercise. At one point in his life, Dave weighed over 300 lbs and […]

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Why Walking Will Make you Superhuman

Posted on 27. Mar, 2012 by .


Earlier today, I went for a walk. It wasn’t a very long walk. I didn’t set any records or break any personal bests. I can’t brag to others about how far I walked or how many calories I “burned”. I didn’t finish out of breath and barely even broke a sweat. All I did was […]

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How to Do CrossFit Workouts at Home

Posted on 25. Mar, 2012 by .


I started doing CrossFit a year and a half ago and never want to go back to training in a normal gym again. This past December, I got certified to be a Level 1 CrossFit trainer. Currently, I coach at 2 different CrossFit gyms. In the near future, I plan to open up my own […]

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How to Design Superhuman Meals Every Time

Posted on 09. Mar, 2012 by .


In a recent post, I reminded everyone that despite our closely aligned values with the paleo diet, the goal will always be to determine which foods are optimal for us, not which foods are considered paleo or not.  In this post, I want to take this thinking a step further. First, let me give you […]

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Unexpected Health Tips From The SOBE Wine and Food Fest

Posted on 27. Feb, 2012 by .


This past weekend I had an amazing opportunity to attend the 2012 South Beach Wine and Food Festival.  It was the 5th time I have been lucky enough to go to the festival and every year I am blown away by the quantity and the quality of the food. The festival is gluttony at its finest.  You […]

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No More Paleo?

Posted on 23. Feb, 2012 by .


  If you’re one of the four people who follow this blog (Hi Mom and Dad!) you have probably noticed a recent change we made to the title of this blog.  We have removed the name PaleoSuperhuman and we will be moving forward with LivingSuperhuman instead.   What???  No more Paleo???   Have we fallen […]

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The Fat Loss Debate: The Twinkie Diet Vs. The Paleo Diet

Posted on 18. Feb, 2012 by .


One thing that you will probably notice about this blog is I hardly ever talk about counting calories, limiting portions, or eating in “moderation”.   Personally, I find counting calories to be tedious, time-consuming, and unsustainable in the long-term. But just because I hate counting calories does not mean that it can’t work.  In fact, I […]

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