Many years ago I found myself single and overweight after a sudden breakup. I had gained the “relationship fifteen” —those sneaky pounds that creep up on you when you snuggle, eat ice cream and watch Netflix every night.
Well, I was suddenly looking to mingle again but felt horrible about my physique. I knew something needed to change, so I read Robb Wolf’s book and took his paleo challenge.
Within a few short weeks, it literally transformed my dating life.
Here are the 7 reasons why…
#1: I had more energy to go out and meet people. Conveying charisma and personality requires lots and lots of energy. The paleo diet gives you that extra pep in your step necessary to be a social master.
#2: I felt more confident about my body. If you think you look sexy, so will everyone else.
#3: I lost a ton of excess weight. After 30 days of paleo, I lost 12 pounds of excess fat. More importantly, it was sustainable weight loss. After 3 months of paleo, I was the most shredded I’d ever been in my entire life.
#4 My skin improved. Switching to paleo cured all of my eczema and made my skin much more vibrant. Some studies show that golden skin is proven to be the most attractive—and it’s the result of pigments from fruits and vegetables (ahem, paleo).
#5: My hair was shinier. Dry hair is categorically unattractive. Shiny, healthy hair will get people clawing after you.
#6 My gut actually got smaller. The paleo diet is known for producing less bloating and decreased gas—which literally makes your stomach shrink. This will help you fit into those smaller jeans you’ve always wanted.
#7: I just felt happier. When you go on a date with someone, it’s obvious whether they’re happy and in a good mood. Most people who stick with the paleo diet report a decrease in anxiety and depression.
If you’re ready to work on your physique and attract the right person into your life, I highly recommend Robb Wolf’s 30 Day Transformation.
And since license photos never lie—here’s the most legit “before and after” ever:
Robb is the Godfather of paleo, and I wouldn’t recommend it unless I’d used the system myself and seen ridiculous results from it.