What can I help you with?

Dear Friend,

What do you need help with?

I wanted to send you an email today, but I have no idea what you’re struggling with?

What can I help you discover … what can I teach you … what do you want more information or help with that will help YOU get the results that you want?

Leave me a comment below with your thoughts!

Thanks,

Caleb

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51 comments on “What can I help you with?
  1. Concerning snacking are cheese sticks ok. I could not find cheese mentioned in your book. Also this is my 10th day and haven’t lost a single pound and do not cheat. Fast 3 days a week. Light exercises 6 days a week, walk 5 days a week. More information, 65 years old and had a quadruple bypass. Hunger pangs while fasting I cure with ice water. Lots of ice water.

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Hi Winnie,

      Cheese is ok. Real cheese that is. From Raw is best, but not completely necessary … I don’t know what’s in cheese sticks though.

      Make sure you’re eating enough protein each day, that’s usually a problem with women. At least 70-90 grams per day of high quality (i.e. animal sources mostly) of protein.

      *** NOTE: This is all just my opinions on what I would do and in no way is to be considered medical or other “professional advice”. ***

  2. John Hoesch says:

    I’m a truck driver and spend most of my day driving. I don’t have or make time for exercise. I have lost 30 lbs since Jan 1. Just by following the program. I’m happy about that. I just need to exercise.

  3. Norm Miller says:

    I am doing fine. No weight problems. 6’2″ weigh 180. Age 77.5
    I work out 3 days a week, resistance training.
    I still have a little pouch at my belly but it’s slowly diminishing.
    I started training Nov 7 2012.

  4. Dennis Kelly says:

    I am struggling with losing and keeping weight off. In 2002 I started at 315 pounds. At the end of 2007 I was down to 243 pounds. I worked out like a madman, I was in the gym 7 days a week. Struggling to lose more , but I could not. I am going to be 58 in May and I am back up to 305 again.
    I had some heart trouble in February, Supra Ventricular Tachycardia. My resting heart rate had gotten up to 186 beats per minute. I was admitted to the ER and the hospitsal for 4 days. They got my heart rate back down with medicine. In August my heart rate got out of whack again, and resting rate was at 120 BPM. This time they stuck a tube down my throat. They said my heart looked good, no blockages and they gave me a Cardioversion and my resting heart rate is now 55BPM. My problem is my stomach stays bloated, I have no appetite, when I walk I get winded easily and I get to the gym and eat right but cannot take off weight. My Doctor suggested I do Lap Band surgery, I refused. I am not an overeater.
    I am very frustrated at trying to lose the weight and keep it off. My knees are sore, I have torn cartilage in both , I have a pinched nerve in my C5 area of my spine, which made lifting weights more difficult. I still have numbness in my toes and fingers from the pinched nerve.
    I want to lose the weight, but I am unsuccessful at this. I am out of ideas.

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Hey Dennis,

      Sounds like you have a lot of injuries, so I would focus on your diet first and foremost. Get my Superdiet system if you don’t have it already …

      Then I would maybe add in walking a lot if I was in your situation (as best my injuries would allow).

      Sorry I can’t be more specific, but I’m not qualified to give medical advice or licensed for anything of the sort, so I can’t give much advice. This is just what I would do.

  5. Theresa says:

    I injured (sprained) my ankle and if is quite painful. I’m trying to find exercises that I can do while I recuperate that won’t hurt my ankle further. It is amazing how connected everything is. Please help !

  6. venette markwick says:

    Here I am 77 yrs. young, have been told I have diabetes but have refused to take prescription drugs. Have my A-1c down to 6.1 just by diet. and exercise. But now have not been able to lose any weight for the last yr. a little up a little down. Have started to take Iodine to jump start my thyroid anything else I can do? or do I have to starve myself. any suggestions would be welcome. thanks. venette

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Hi Venette,

      Not being a doctor, I am not qualified to give medical advice.

      But I just want to commend you for what you’ve done already and glad you did it with diet/exercise.

      You might want to get my Superdiet system and check it out and see if it’s for you or not.

      *** NOTE: This is all just my opinions on what I would do and in no way is to be considered medical or other “professional advice”. ***

  7. jeff magnuson says:

    I have weight lifting my whole life, on and off. I got injurd at work at the age of 21 (Broken pelvis 30k lbs fell on me,Thankd god I have recovered just fine but I promised myself I would stay in shape and never complain about back pain)(now I am 55). I have been lifting again for about 2 years pretty consistently. (sorta happy with that) I am as strong as I have ever been but having problems losing weight, so my results are not showing, holding weight around the middle. I know I am a “rusty gate” (age wise) but I still open and close just fine.Any suggestions.I am 6′ 235 decent lbs
    Not eating alot of calories.

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Hey Jeff,

      First off, Congrats on getting back in the gym and staying there!

      If I was in your position I would take a look at my diet … Bottom line is you can’t lose weight without a calorie deficit and you either get that through:

      1. eating less or
      2. burning (moving/exercising) more
      3. Combo of 1 and 2

      And maybe add in walking in the mornings/night a lot … (if it didn’t aggravate the old injuries) — to burn additional calories.

      If you don’t have my book/system yet, get it and follow the diet advice in it.

      *** NOTE: This is all just my opinions on what I would do and in no way is to be considered medical or other “professional advice”. ***

  8. Debbie says:

    Caleb,

    I’m glad you care; or at least I feel that you do.

    I’m a 54 year old female who is overweight. I have a low paying job (I live in a rural community and there are no decent paying jobs in the county), plus two (2) part-time jobs. I need another part time job with the new tax increases. I know I need to exercise and I was very active when I was younger (softball, two (2) children, etc.). I need to lose approx. 60 pounds, but am having a hard time doing so. I want to start exercising, but don’t want to start out too strong and tire myself out before I get stamina built up. I need to lose pounds all over, but mostly in the tummy area. I have a desk job and sit at least 60%-70% of the day.

    Help me if you can..

    Thanks,
    Debbie

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Debbie,

      Get my program it will help.

      Second, if I was in your position (I “sort of” am — because I sit 60-70% of the day too) — you need to walk more.

      Find any excuse to walk, that’s the best start you can have (since you won’t tire yourself out as easily and you’ll easily increase your stamina, etc)

      Get up from your desk every 15 minutes, walk around the office, walk to the printer, bathroom, drink, whatever. Walk for lunch. Park further away from the front door at work, walk further to get there. Just walk walk walk.

      That’s the best start …

      *** NOTE: This is all just my opinions on what I would do and in no way is to be considered medical or other “professional advice”. ***

  9. anna margrethe bergvoll says:

    Hello. I have been following your high protein – low carb diet for about a year, and I have gained body fat during this time. I have love handles now, and I never had that in my entire life before, as I am slim. I did the diet for health purposes and not for weight loss, and I have ended up gaining body fat…
    I would like to hear your opinion about that.
    A typical day for me would look like this;
    eggwhite omelet for breakfast with tomatoes and onions, herbs and garlic.
    Tuna salad for lunch, one box tuna with lots of different greens , mostly raw. Little oliveoil ( 1 teaspoon) and lemon, salt and pepper, 1 table spoon of majonais
    Dinner; chicken breast with steemed green vegetables and plain salad.
    I would have your treat window once a week for 3 hours, and then I would eat some cake, chocolate, icecream etc.

    I would be very interested to know, in your opinion, why I am gaining weight on this diet….

    Thanks.
    Kind regards, Anna

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Hi Anna,

      Without knowing more, I have no idea to be honest.

      In almost all cases of weight gain, you’re simply consuming too many calories … or … not moving enough (i.e. if there is no weight loss then you’re not in a calorie deficit).

      You might need to try some intermittent fasting as described in the Superdiet book.

      *** NOTE: This is all just my opinions on what I would do and in no way is to be considered medical or other “professional advice”. ***

  10. Dawn says:

    Thank you for all your advice.

    May God bless you

    Dawn

  11. Chris Miller says:

    I have your system still that i got while out in Afghanistan, but was looking for a body weight workout program that can incorporate non standard items to include as weights during a workout that still holds to your workouts. will be deploying again in June and am currently in the field doing our Mission Readiness Excersis but time is such a comadity that i really need short workouts that will kick my butt.

    thanks agian for all the support.

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Chris,

      Thank you for serving our country, I’m going to email you a complimentary copy of some short body weight workouts that should help.

      Thanks!
      Caleb

  12. Richard Mitchell says:

    Thank you very much for the book ‘Superdiet’, you have led me to a healthier me with intermentive fasting. In 2009, I saw the scales hit 280#, I was working at Walt Disney World (started 1975). At 5’9″ I was OBESE, my doctor told me for someone as OBESE as me I was very healthy. It is in my genes that I got from my father, we both had the same physiet, same pot belly, he was 4″ taller, other than that we were identical. So I moved to a harder more physical job in the liquor warehouse moving 10s of thousands of pounds of wine & walking about 7 miles a day, my weight was down to 257# on 10/8/2010 on the day of the accident. Because of the car accident 10/8/2010, then 1st brain surgery,tumor removal, 1/25/2011, 2nd brain surgery,stroke, 2/3/2011, & 3rd brain surgery, skull removal replace with titanium plate, 3/10/2011, my weight was down to 225#. But from June, 2011 to February, 2012 I was back up to 245#. With the help of fasting I have dropped to 235#. I have been working with Joel & Josh, Rob & Kalen, Steve Holman, & Dr. Mark Stengler, I have finally dropped to 230#. Not bad for someone who can’t exercise enough, because of injuries.

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Richard,

      CONGRATULATIONS! As Churchill said:

      ““Never, never, never, never give up.”

      You’re doing great!

  13. Patricia Thompson says:

    I am 63 years old. Stopped exercising after bone fractures to foot and knee. Torn meniscus in both knees, severe scholiosis of the spine. Loved trampoline but it caused increased swelling from knees to hip. Diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, osteo arthritis, osteopenia and hypertension. Patricia. Careful with diet for 40 years. Gained 30lbs when I stopped exercising after bone fractures. Still work. Job involves lot of walking.

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Wow Patricia!

      I commend and admire you for continuing to try and improve yourself.

      I would continue the walking, and keep a close eye on your diet (following my book/program as much as possible) while obeying your doctor’s orders

      *** NOTE: This is all just my opinions on what I would do and in no way is to be considered medical or other “professional advice”. ***

  14. Julie says:

    MOTIVATION! MOTIVATION! MOTIVATION! I’m trying hard to lose weight. I need to lose about 90 pounds. I try really to follow the Paleo way of eating, keep a food journal, take my supplements and vitamins, but I ALWAYS get stuck. Sometimes it’s just that I forget over the weekend and then veer off course and can’t get back on. Or I lack ideas – especially for breakfasts – and fall into a rut, then get so bored I fall off the weight-loss wagon. Inevitably, each time I try to get on the path to weight loss, I get lost. I’m hoping you have some pearls of wisdom to keep me focused and stay on track until I’m at my healthy 130 pounds. PLEASE HELP!!!

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Hi Julie,

      I hope I can help!

      Motivation is a weird thing, but I’ve found making progress is motivating!

      You’re not worried about “boring” food when you can see the changes in your body … keep track of your weight loss, take pictures every week in the mirror, in as little clothes as possible so you can see how much better you look … fitting into new clothes … getting compliments from people, etc … all very motivating.

      Also did you read this yet?

      http://superhealthsystems.com/what-to-do-when-you-hit-a-plateau-simple/

  15. steve jordan says:

    seems I have hit block wall when it comes to weight loss. Thanks to you I can stay in shape,some what useing your HIT technique. but find even useing the fast method for wt loss, I can not loose wt. found out recently that the enlarged prostate meds (Jalyn) I use may inhibit fat loss. Do you have any suggestion. one rather large belly

  16. Barbara Price says:

    Easy/quick lunch ideas that won’t ruin my weight loss

  17. Dave Bowman says:

    We (my wife Joanne and I) signed up over a month ago and have been receiving regular emails from you. However, it was our understanding that we would also be receiving books, CDs and other materials that so far have not been delivered. Can you let us know why and when we should expect to receive what we paid for? We will not be updating our payment info through ClickBank until we know what is going on.

    Thank you
    C. Dave Bowman

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Dave,

      That’s very unusual, very sorry to hear that. I’ve just alerted my customer service team to this and hopefully they will be able to help you. Can you also send and email to doubleyourgains@gmail.com that contains any additional order information you have from clickbank (receipt #, etc) that will help resolve the issue quicker!

      Again, I apologize and we’re going to take good care of you. Thanks!

  18. Joanna Irvin says:

    Hi Caleb, I really need a full-body workout that is simply not too long, but effective. I am having some back and neck trouble, so since November the Healthy Back Institute suggested I stop exercising in order to correct my muscle imbalances. I have been doing them faithfully and am not fully out of pain; however, I need to exercise. I am confused and don’t know to whom I should listen. I am right now doing Joey Atlas’ Hip, Butt, and Thigh Program, but that alone takes 1 hour and doesn’t include upper body or abs.

    Can you help please? I started your Super Diet exercise program in the fall, but not sure if it will make my back and neck worse.

    There is so much out there. Very confused.

    Thanks.

    Joanna Irvin

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Joanna,

      Thanks so much for the questions, here’s my thoughts:

      1. As you probably know, I used the Lose the Back Pain System to fix my own back pain, so do the stretches they recommend.

      2. I’m assuming you’re correcting lordosis?

      3. If so, then continue the stretches they tell you, and continue Joey’s butt, hips and thighs program. Make sure to do extra “front of the body” stretches (for your hip flexors, etc from the thigh work). The butt and hamstring work will actually help your stretches …

      4. For upper body, just do something simple for now. Using the guidelines from my book combine his lower body stuff with maybe some pushups/chinups (or variations you can actually do if you can’t do full ones).

      5. continue like this till you’re out of pain and pay special attention to your diet. If anything hurts your neck or back, stop, and re-evaluate how to proceed.

      *** NOTE: This is all just my opinions on what I would do and in no way is to be considered medical or other “professional advice”. ***

  19. I am looking for something to help my daughter who is suffering fronm Fibromyalgia.
    There are so many “ideas” out there and it takes time to try each one out – but maybe you have the latest thoughts to hand.
    Many thanks.

  20. Terry says:

    I’m a 58 yr old male. Due to a work injury and 2 surgeries I’ve gained 30 lbs. I lost 20 but the final 10 seem to be impossible to get to. What should I do?

  21. Joe says:

    I work 3 shifts and I find it difficult to know what to eat at these different times in a 24 hour time. Also on nights I have no energy to work out. I lost 9 pounds in the first couple weeks but now I have been stuck. I want to loose 20 more pounds. Ant advice for shift work

    • Super Health Systems says:

      Joe,

      Shift Work is tough!

      Because you’re basically upsetting your circadian rhythms (but I’m sure you already know that)

      I’m going to do some experimenting to try and help you. Thanks!

  22. Karren Livingston says:

    Hi Caleb
    It’s good you allow us this opportunity to tell u what our needs are. It’s not often professionals like yourself do that.
    I have made a lifestyle change for the last 3 years and I have had great success in shedding excess pounds. Now I believe I’ve hit a plateau and I need help to move forward and get rid of my excess c-section bluge.
    I currently weigh 146 lbs and I desire to b 130lbs. For 5 ft 2 I think that will b ideal. That’s my goal and I appreciate all ur coaching so far. The workouts been great too thanks a mil!

    Kindest regards,
    Karren

  23. keith says:

    Hi Caleb

    Thanks for invite to write in.
    Would like to lose 30 lbs weight,bring more happiness into my home life, feel good more regular than feeling down, enjoy life more and remove constant worries and negative/ conflict energy, increasing stress and am sure contributing to weight gain through stress and emotional eating.
    Thanks and Regards
    Keith

  24. Harry says:

    Dear Caleb, Your previous advises are excellent, and I keep track on news from You, and don’t need extra help.

  25. Larry V says:

    I take Coumadin due to a rare blood disorder. Green vegatables are a no no for me due to vitamin K. Once in awhile salad is OK but not very often. I just started your diet and the first week I lost 4 pounds. What suggestions or exceptsions can you give me.

  26. I would like your opinion on eating wild rice once or twice a week on your diet.

  27. Caroline Mitchell says:

    Caleb,
    I want to thank you for all your helpful hints. I have lost at least forty pounds this last year. Didn’t gain during holidays and am now working on twenty more. I started out at 240. I set my goals low enough not to get discouraged. I can hardly eat carbs any more. I take calcium and D. walking not jogging.I am now more active and it is thanks to you and your encouragement I am 65 and feel good. Get lots of compliments.
    Yours very appreciative, C.

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