Meet The Team
Clint Evans is the founder and creator and The Behavior Chef. Clint is a recovering binge-restrict eater and yo-yo dieter. Clint has found success in weight loss and Nutritional Behavior Change for himself (losing according to personal values over 60 pounds) and continues to do so with the unique understanding of Nutritional Coaching and the Psychological Science known as Applied Behavior Analysis.
Clint has been in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis for the past 8 years. After becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, he noticed the field pushing into Health, Sports, and Fitness, but not much push was seen for specifically nutrition. This is where The Behavior Chef was born. Clint is currently certified by Precision Nutrition as a Level One Nutrition Coach.
Clint created Behavior Chef to help others change their Nutritional Behavior. Behavior Chef has enjoyed success in social realms amassing a following of over 8,000 followers across social media platforms, a Applied Behavior Analysis specific group with 3.5 Thousand members and a Podcast that is ranked in the top 10% of Podcasts in the world. All of that has been a guidepost for Clint's true passion, helping others recognize their own power to change their Nutritional Behavior.
Tony Chambers is a BCBA as of 2019 but has worked in the field for 6 years. Along with a love of all things behavior analysis, Tony is also a 12 year dedicated home cook and pro photographer. Clint has asked Tony to join the Behavior Chef adventure based on his knowledge of cooking and equal enthusiasm in researching how human behavior and nutrition interact.
The road to becoming an accomplished home chef began as a single parent to his oldest son (Isaac 15), wishing to provide him more nutritious, comforting food. Cooking for survival turned into a passion after meeting his wife Katy, with whom they have 3 more children (Daniel 7, Joe 5, Samantha 2).
As life grew so did Tony. He bounced through every diet on record! Nothing would stick around long enough for lasting change. But in 2012, nutrition came into the forefront of the Chambers kitchen when Daniel was born and at 4 weeks old diagnosed with Prader-Willi Syndrome. Since then, Tony has taken a deeper dive into the science of cooking as well as the science of nutrition. Today, Tony has lost a total of 20 pounds as well as set up a safe, nutritional environment for his son with PWS.
Like Clint, Tony is currently elevating his knowledge in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and continues research into the science of cooking. Tony will apply ACT and behavior analytic science in the kitchen, exploring relationships between home cooking and human behavior in an effort to make home cooking accessible to all, regardless of your level of skill or motivation so you may achieve any health and wellness goal you seek.