The Evolution Diet has Evolved!

I’m extremely pleased to announce that the second edition of The Evolution Diet is now available through distribution channels (including Amazon)!

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This latest edition is chalk-full of interesting stories and more studies describing the diet and its benefits and I’m very happy with it as an instructional tool. Thousands of people have been helped by the diet and the accompanying online tools and I encourage you to find out more if you’re interested in attaining an ideal weight, achieving balanced energy, or sleeping better. The Evolution Diet will help in those aspects of your life and much much more!

The general concept of the diet plan hasn’t changed (emulate the diet of our hunter/gatherer ancestors), but the wealth of information in the book has increased exponentially. We’ve even included an entire section on living off the land. The Evolution Diet has truly evolved!

I welcome you to learn more about the book and the diet by clicking here.

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  1. I’m willing to give this a try for awhile, but not if my weight keeps going up like it has the last 2 days.

    How do I know if I’m having too much? I was Somersizing, which already separated carbs and protein (but also carbs and fat, so no nuts).

    So I can have cashews during the day. And should eat fruit during the day. How many carbs at breakfast is too much, even if they are whole grain?

    Can I eat a salad at all during the day? I feel like I’m not having any vegetables.

    How close does the exercise have to be to dinner? I walk from 5pm to 5:30, but then I take the bus from 5:30-7:30, and dinner is right when I get home.

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