“Our Way,” at Clean Program

Shou-Ching and I have contributed a guest post to Dr. Alejandro Junger’s Clean Program blog, as part of a feature called “My Way.” It explains how Shou-Ching and I live — our lifestyle and our food. It has videos of me exercising, and photos of our home and food, such as:

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Check it out!

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20 Comments.

  1. what a perfect day! 🙂
    I love the PHD diet, and your book!
    But still waiting for the cookbook 😉
    keep up the good work!

  2. Outstanding, love the exercises
    A full year later I still get an F on bone broth
    🙂 I think seeing it made turns me off (?)
    thyroid sluggishness has greatly improved and I can now run a mile easily every morning
    Your work/ book is a life changer

  3. Great work Paul, thanks for sharing.

  4. Thank you. I’ve read your book, but have wanted to know more about meal plans. This gave me another glimpse.

  5. Nice – I really enjoyed this post. Thank You for all your work.

  6. I just got back from Siesta Key beach a week ago. They have the whitest beaches!

  7. Very helpful post, in terms of seeing how this works on a practical level.

    We’ve really been enjoying the flavor combinations you recommended in your book.

    Have you recommended/linked any colored light bulbs, or maybe it’s the light fixture itself that is amber-ish colored?

    Thanks,
    Tanya

  8. That soup looks good. I might have to look into that further. thanks

  9. Hey Paul, the exercise you refer to in the guest post is called the ‘Carioca’ not ‘Karaoke.’ Carioca means a person from Rio de Janeiro, and it kinda looks like the dancing they do. It’s a common sprint warm up.

  10. Hi Paul,

    Nice sharing it with us!
    I was wondering if your bodyweight training routine spans the entire week or d you allow youself rest days to recover? I took it from this article you’re doing it daily.

    Thanks a lot,
    Mihnea

  11. Hi, Paul!

    This was a very useful segment. Getting to see what your lives/house actually look like was very helpful.

    I’m curious – do you use white lights during the day for a particular reason? Are they the best indoor lighting to use during the day?

    We recently experimented with replacing our fluorescent lights with full-spectrum (‘sunlight-like’) lights, but I experience a headache when using them.

    Also, is red the best spectrum for nighttime lighting? We’ve been looking for something to help replicate “nighttime/sunset”.

  12. Great post, really enjoyed it. Sort a “day in the life of PHD.” Very helpful and helps me connect some more.

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