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Eat Stop Eat Review-Eat Stop Eat Legit or Scam
Product: Eat Stop Eat
Type: Weight Loss Program
Price: $9.9 "Official website, Click here."
Author: Brad Pilon
Brad Pilon is a lifelong bodybuilder.
Brad graduated University with a degree in Applied Human Nutrition. After starting work as a Research Analyst at a supplement company, he became Research and Development Manager at the same organization and help to make them one of the top supplement companies in the world.
After six years of being immersed in the health and fitness industry, he went back to university and focused all of his studies on the metabolic effects of short-term fasting. This focus led to the creation of the Eat Stop Eat program.
He says his goal with Eat Stop Eat is to help people lose fat and gain muscle is simply as possible, without complication, misinformation or difficult to follow instructions.
The premise behind Eat Stop Eat is very simple. By using a specific system of short fasts, combined with effective weight training, Brad says you can create the perfect metabolic environment for burning body fat with human growth hormone increased, fat storing insulin levels decreased and stress inducing cortisol balanced.Facts about Short, Intermittent Fasts
We read about the benefits of intermittent fasting before, but we’ve never seen the topics so well covered, with so many supporting research studies as in this weight loss program.
Eat Stop Eat reviews how short fasts can actually increase human growth hormone production dramatically. Human growth hormone stimulates fat burning and cellular repair for, amongst many other benefits, stronger muscles and better skin.
This is the same hormone that Hollywood actors pay thousands of dollars for synthetic versions of, yet here’s a simple method for increasing HGH naturally.
This study, by the Inter mountain Medical Center and Heart Institute in Salt Lake City, demonstrated increased HGH levels of 2000% in men and 1300% in women after a 24-hour fast.
The main reason human growth hormone can increase so significantly with this program is because short fasting levels out insulin production. Excessive insulin spikes, resulting from the highly processed carbohydrates so many of us eat these days, greatly reduces beneficial HGH levels.
Insulin is also the fat storing hormone, so it’s easy to see how getting it under control can really help with weight loss.
Alongside the twin benefits of higher human growth hormone and lower insulin levels, Eat Stop Eat explains how short, intermittent fasting has been shown to improve muscle tone, decrease stress, heightened glucose tolerance, enhance cognitive function and memory and is even associated with increased longevity.
Quite an impressive list of benefits to go alongside shedding body fat quickly and naturally.
Brad makes a strong case that this is how our bodies evolved over many thousands of years. It makes logical sense that it’s normal and natural to have short periods without food, much as people would have had prior to the very recent advent of supermarkets and 24-hour fast food restaurants.
What surprised me reviewing Eat Stop Eat, was just how beneficial to your health intermittent fasting could be. Even though I’m not personally looking to lose weight at the moment, I’m convinced it’s a healthy practice to do weekly, regardless for all the other health benefits.Eat stop Eat Review
Eat Stop Eat results are scientifically proven. The scientific data and logic to support Brad Pilon’s work appears to be accurate. The author explains in his book that during a 24 hour fasting session there is an increase in growth hormone, insulin levels are low, cortisol levels are balanced and the adrenal glands function well. These factors put together, plus the reduction of the overall weekly calorie intake, make people lose body fat without losing muscle mass. There is also an increase in testosterone levels, which is helpful for muscle growth.
Other reported benefits are that it:
Does not cause crankiness or low energy
Leaves you free to eat what you like on non-fasting days
Does not affect workouts negatively
Improves your metabolic rate
Increases growth hormone levels
Does not require the use of costly supplements, cleansers or laxatives
Although the Eat Stop Eat fasting plan is very simple, the author advises not to try intermittent fasting without having read the book, since this particular style of intermittent fasting is unique.Summary
Eat Stop Eat is a 200 page e-book that the all the promises is simple, concise and the very best resource on intermittent fasting for weight loss. In fact, he says that once you read Eat Stop Eat you will never need to pick up another diet book again.
With a 60 day money back guarantee coming with the program, it will be very easy to take him up on that if you don’t fill the information is valuable to you.
In summary, you don’t need any special foods or supplements with the Eat Stop Eat weight loss program. While a healthier way of eating is recommended, you are free to eat what you want when you’re not doing the short fasts.
The program is quite flexible in that you can choose which days work best for you and, due to the way the system is designed, you are actually eating every day. Obviously though, he would need some initial self-control with this program to let your body adapt to a new eating pattern.
Brad states that you will see results within 24 hours of following his instructions.Comments from people that have tried it
I am a physical therapist, and follow nutrition research closely. I purchased your e-book. Usually, I have been unimpressed with the literature/programs that I see, but when I read your book, the logic and science behind the program clicked for me.[/notification]
[notification type="success"]Scott Smith
I really feel like Eat Stop Eat is something that I will do for the rest of my life. Since I have a family history of Diabetes I feel like that it might give me some protection against that.[/notification]
[notification type="success"]Louis Ressler
I’ve experienced a complete paradigm shift in my relationship to food. I know it sounds cliche, but I truly do no longer “live to eat,” but rather “eat to live.” It’s incredibly liberating.[/notification]
[notification type="success"]Denise Nelson
Hi Brad, I’ve been following the ESE lifestyle since it came out in 2007. I will not go back to my compulsive eating again. No more good & bad foods. No more thinking about food more than living life. Life is more than food & getting enough protein (loved the book by the way). That is what this ESE is about. The flexibility of fasting to control calories is just an added bonus.[/notification]
[notification type="success"]Dr. Geoff Dover - Gainesville, Florida
I could not believe how much free time I have now on my fasting days. The biggest problem I had on my first day of fasting was not that I was too hungry, but I was too bored.[/notification]
[notification type="success"]Dr. Patrick Lowry
I am now down to my target weight and eat almost freely on my eating days. It is a real pleasure to be able to eat almost anything that I want without guilt. My physical health has dramatically improved. I have not even had a cold for the last three years.[/notification]
[notification type="success"]Roland Fisher – Personal Trainer
I’m a trainer and deal with more false information each day than I thought I ever would in a month. One such “truth” is that people just cannot gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. Not only is it possible, I’ve done it with people for years now, with Eat Stop Eat it is easy, ridiculously easy.[/notification]Side Effects
We were not able to find any peer-reviewed medical studies that reported negative side effects of intermittent fasting. The main negative aspect of the Eat Stop Eat diet depends on your goal in terms of build. This kind of eating regimen appears to promote a lean build and defined muscles, and is not ideal for those looking for a big, bulky build. See Brad Pilon’s photo to get a better idea of the proposed build.
Some people have reported mild to medium strength headaches during the fasting days and this could have something to do with the level of accumulated toxins in the fatty tissue. Irritability has been reported and also bad breath.
Another negative aspect is that instead of eating normally during the rest of the week, people might binge and this is not healthy.
On the whole, in our opinion, Brad Pilon tends to brush off any physical or psychological side effects of the initial fasting days a little too easily, probably because over the years his body has become accustomed to fasting. It is fair to say that people might experience some initial reaction but that within a few weeks the body will adapt. Younger people will probably adapt more easily than older people, but once the body has ‘learned’ how to handle intermittent fasting, then this eating regimen is reportedly safe.
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