Scott Disick: I'm More Human Than People Think
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He knows you think he's a jerk.
In the April issue of Men's Fitness, Scott Disick says he realizes fans of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" don't necessarily have the highest opinion of him, but Kourtney Kardashian's beau insists he's "a lot more human" than audiences think.
"I've definitely had a couple of low points," admits Disick, 27, who claims that the birth of son Mason in December 2009 was a game changer.
"I realized I didn't want to wake up 10 years from now and have a son I didn't know," he says.
So the reality star, who changed his eating and workout habits, is revamping his business to reflect his new healthy lifestyle.
"I'm working on the launch of a number of new health and nutrition products," he says. "My own tanning products, as well as a line of supplements for men."
And his favorite form of exercise? Playing with his boy. Says Disick, "I definitely get a good workout chasing after him."
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