Welcome to EvolutionEat.

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An Evolved Perspective on Diet and Lifestyle

You might have once believed—or maybe you still do—that being “healthy” or “fit” or “skinny” was a fixed trait that people were either born with or not. They either “get it,” or it’s “in their genes,” or they have some inborn unshakable “willpower,” all of which you (unfortunately) don’t possess…which is why you can’t have the life you want.

I’m going to prove that limiting belief wrong. 

I’m going to show you why losing weight and mastering your diet is a dynamic skill that can be cultivated and developed quite easily with basic training, no matter where you’re starting.      

Who the hell am I? Well, first and foremost, I’m a coach. You can learn more about me here.

I’m not your typical “online diet guy.” And I don’t want to be thought of as one. I’m not interested in helping you lose 10 pounds as quickly as possible and then wishing you good luck. I’m interested in helping you heal your relationship with food and master your diet once and for all — which really means learning how to master yourself.   

I’m on a mission to help you take back control of food’s power over you.

From a very young age we’re taught to eat bad foods, become dependent on them, and then years later try to diet away our “sins.”

It simply does not work.  

Our relationship with food is far more complex than that.

Many of us have deeply ingrained, life-long emotional relationships with food. We’ve endowed food with a responsibility it was never intended foreither to make us feel good or to displace boredom, or because we’re lonely or sad.  

Others of us have serious food fixations and sugar dependencies. We’re addicted and don’t even know it. We don’t call it that, of course—because addiction is a scary word, and you can buy your packaged drug of choice at every grocery store in America.

Our relationship with food needs healing

Emotional eating, compulsive eating, binge eating, sugar addiction…these are all serious issues, and we all have them to various degrees. 

But they can be solved. You can take back control, I promise you that.

But it requires you to make a choice that you’re ready for a change…not only that you are ready, but you are willing to invest in a long-term approach versus another short term quick fix solution that doesn’t work and leaves you feeling hopeless.  

Going on another bullshit diet is not the solution.

I like to think of dieting as like cramming for a test. You might pass the test but what did you get out of it? Did you actually learn anything?

Of course not. And the way you’ve gone about dieting your entire life is proof. From the ridiculous routines, the food you eat, the perfectionist attitude you inhabit. It’s why you’ve failed in the past. It’s why “successful” dieters suffer from such high rates of recidivism.

Not only is dieting not the answer to your problems…but looking at your diet alone isn’t enough.

Your diet is just one piece of the puzzle of living healthily.

The food you eat is important, of course, but mastering your diet is really about everything else: your mindset, your attitude toward learning, your willingness to sacrifice immediate results for long-term success, your motivation, your planning, your preparation, and most importantly your habits…the way you carry yourself in the world…the specific patterns in which you automatically do things.

Most people know what is and isn’t healthy…You don’t need some guy on the internet to tell you that.

You don’t need another diet book to tell you what to eat. Yes, there are nuances, of course, and I have my own particular style – but being healthy isn’t some great big secret.

Accessing the right information is not the barrier to your success. It’s the following through, day after day after day, making choices that are good for you, day after day, even when the initial motivation of “I’m on this new diet” thing dies out. Especially then. Because it always dies out.  

That’s why you haven’t been successful in the past. Because what do you do when you don’t feel motivated any longer? How do you continue to stay healthy, especially when there’s all these distractions and temptations coming your way?

This is why I created EvolutionEat.

Get My Best Stuff for FREE

I’ve spent the past five years developing my approach and working with hundreds of high-performers across all professions to deliver you the most comprehensive training on healing your relationship with food, mastering your diet and evolving your lifestyle.

I’ve extracted all my best stuff, simplified my teaching, and created something for you that I’m incredibly proud of and…most importantly…absolutely know has the power to shift your perspective and change the way you think about this whole diet and “going on a diet” thing once and for all.

I’m so excited to introduce my brand-new, FREE 3-hour online training program: EvolutionEat.

What Will I Learn?

Lesson 1: EvolutionEat / A Deep Dive Into Mastering Yourself

Lesson 2: Mindset / How to Learn All Over Again & Think Your Way Toward Success

Lesson 3: Habits / How to Rewire Yourself & Crave Making Healthy Choices

Lesson 4: Emotions / How to Heal Your Relationship with Food & Stop Emotional Eating

Lesson 5: Nutrition / How to Evolve into a Fat Burning Machine

Lesson 6: Diet / How to Eat Real, Lose Weight & Overcome Sugar Addiction

Lesson 7: Strategy / How to Become the Envy of Others for Your Self-Discipline   

The result? You will heal your relationship with food, you will master your diet, you will cultivate and own a totally new set of skills that will help you lose weight, maintain your new body, think more clearly, obsess less about food, and stay in control.    

That’s life changing.

I can’t wait for you to dive in.

You can access the free material by clicking the link below. 

Yeah…great…but what do I eat?


As far as nutrition is concerned, evolution is our guide. I advocate what nature provides: fresh, unprocessed, unmodified, organic foods. Quality food is preventative care. Quality is my passion. That means we’ll revert back to evolutionary basics.

If it was grown or born on earth, then it’s probably okay to eat. Our genes and physiology evolved through the process of natural selection and are most adapted to be nourished with the food that we evolved around.

You’ll learn all about that in the course and on the blog.

Our genes want us to be lean and fit.

It’s actually quite easy as long as we eat from the long list of natural foods you can find in nature and avoid, in large, grain-laden, sugary, processed and otherwise unnatural foods. If you treat your diet as an enemy, something you have to battle each and every day, ultimately you’re going to lose. This pathology sets you up for failure from the start. You want to work with, not against, yourself. No war to be waged here.

Food is not your enemy.

At EvolutionEat, we don’t go hungry. Again, this is not a diet but a way of life. By keeping full and energized, you won’t feel like you’re making such a “sacrifice” that dieting typically inspires. In fact, at the beginning of your evolution I suggest that you eat way more of the good stuff and never feel tempted by the bad. That’s an important operating principle to live by. The idea is to feel inspired by the process, to enjoy it, to look forward to it, to cultivate a new and rewarding relationship with food.

The idea is not to restrict and count points and count calories and obsess about the bullshit.

Going on another diet is not the solution.

Obesity, overweight, emotional eating, sugar dependencies—they’re all fixable, and anyone who tells you that you have to starve yourself and exercise until your joints hurt to lose weight and “be healthy” is full of it.

We’re going to do just the opposite: eat good food and plenty of it. We’re going to reform your relationship with food. It will change your life.

After EvolutionEat, you’ll never have to diet again.

Sign up below and you’ll be on your way.